By Christian Zibreg on Jul 2, 2013
With the summer season officially here, game makers are increasingly turning to attractive discounts as a last-ditched effort to boost sales before games hit the beaches.
First was Sega, which slashed a bunch of iOS games to just 99 cents, followed by Epic Games’ not-to-be-missed award-winning Infinity Blade II 99-cent sale. Those deals have expired now, but don’t despair – Warner Bros. has you covered.
In a summer blowout sale promotion, the publisher has discounted its many triple-As to just 99-cents. We’re talking big name releases here, such as Batman Arkham City Lockdown, LEGO games and the recently released Man of Steel movie tie-in… Read More
By Christian Zibreg on Jan 14, 2013
The popular over-the-top video-on-demand provider Netflix today announced that it has inked a major multi-year deal with both Turner Broadcasting and Warner Bros. Television that includes episodes of shows from Cartoon Network, Warner Bros. Animation, Adult Swim, as well as the show Dallas from TNT. The deal goes into effect on March 30 when Netflix also gets to become the exclusive over-the-top streaming subscription provider for past seasons of Cartoon Network and Adult Swim titles… Read More
By Ed Sutherland on Jan 7, 2013
With just a few days into 2013 we’re already seeing the latest skirmish between Netflix and pay-TV veterans. After a weekend deal where HBO gloated it was keeping Universal content out of the hands of the online streaming service, Netflix answered Monday by inking a U.S. deal for television episodes from Warner Bros. The deal gives Netflix exclusive online rights for such Warner Bros Television Group shows as Revolution, Fringe and Kevin Bacon’s upcoming FBI potboiler The Following. Perhaps most intriguing was language offering Netflix exclusive online rights to “potential future shows”… Read More
By Christian Zibreg on Nov 16, 2012
Aptly named Day After US, a new mobile application for iPhones and iPads by Warner Bros. brings you the goodness of the studio’s prime television shows, provided you can wait 24 hours after the episodes aired on television. A free download from the App Store, it works natively on any iPhone, iPod touch and iPad with iOS 4.3 or later. You can download individual episodes directly to your device over Wi-Fi for offline viewing. Warner Bros. is throwing in the first episode of each show free of charge. Want more? Have your credit card handy… Read More