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  • Blog Post: Daniel Radcliffe In Talks To Play Rockstar Co-Founder In BBC Drama About Grand Theft Auto

    Daniel Radcliffe, known predominantly for playing Harry Potter in eight films, is in talks to play Rockstar Games co-founder Sam Houser in an upcoming BBC drama. The movie, appropriately titled Grand Theft Auto , will dramatize the controversy surrounding the titular game and will apparently also feature... More
  • Blog Post: Mortal Kombat X Character Reveal Coming Next Week

    Series creator Ed Boon is teasing a Mortal Kombat X character reveal for next week. Boon, who loves to tease news and reveals on Twitter, tweeted out the image you see above promising we will learn who's next in Mortal Kombat X's roster on its Twtich channel, twitch.tv/netherrealm next week.... More
  • Blog Post: Harry Potter For Kinect Demo Now Available

    Most of the gaming world is waiting with bated breath for Harry Potter For Kinect, and you can finally get your first taste of it. You can find the full version on retail shelves on October 9, but the free demo is live right now on Xbox 360. Three mini-games are available in the demo, including Quidditch... More
  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 7/20/12

    This weekend, we're going to see The Dark Knight Rises . Then, after that, maybe we'll go see The Dark Knight Rises . Then on Sunday, we'll probably watch The Dark Knight Rises . Batman! I suppose we'll play some games, too. Kyle Hilliard : I saw Dark Knight Rises last night, and I want... More
  • Blog Post: Warner Announces Harry Potter For Kinect

    Warner Bros. has announced that Harry Potter and pals are coming to the Xbox 360 this fall in an all-new game. Harry Potter for Kinect spans the events of the whole eight-movie series. “Harry Potter for Kinect will engage Harry Potter fans old and new by bringing them into the wizarding world as... More
  • Blog Post: Warner Bros. Earnings Up Partly Due To Arkham City And Mortal Kombat

    TimeWarner is an enormous corporation with many divisions, and it boosted revenues 8 percent to $29 billion in the 2011 fiscal year. Some of that cheese came straight from Batman and Liu Kang. In the fourth quarter and full year earnings statement , chairman and CEO Jeff Bewkes had a lot to brag about... More
  • Blog Post: EA Closes Harry Potter Dev

    Bright Light Studio, the team behind the recent string of Harry Potter titles from EA, has been shuttered. Develop reports the UK-based developer has been closed with some of the employees being relocated to other EA internal studios, including Criterion and Playfish. The number of people affected is... More
  • Blog Post: EA Proposing Closure Of Harry Potter Developer

    Despite some of the good things internally that EA is saying will happen if it goes through with its plans to shut down internal studio Bright Light, it's never a good thing when a developer has to close its doors. Said the company in a statement: "After a review of all current and future projects... More
  • Blog Post: Weekly Roundup Summer Drought Edition

    I'm not going to sugar coat it: This week's pretty dry, unless you're a fan of college football or Harry Potter. If you don't fit into either of those particular categories, you can safely avoid game stores this week. Aside from the second game based on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows... More
  • Blog Post: Get More Harry Potter With Pottermore From J.K. Rowling

    It's not a book or a game, so cool your jets. Pottermore is a sprawling interactive website set to launch in limited form on July 31 that contains a wealth of material from the bestselling Harry Potter novels. Announced by Potter author J.K. Rowling via YouTube this morning, Pottermore is part digital... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What Will Be This Holiday's Top-Selling Game?

    So September NPD results came out this week, and (unsurprisingly) Halo Reach was the big winner . But that got me thinking: We're just now hitting the weeks of huge holiday releases. Of all the gigantic triple-A games coming out in the next few months, what do you think will end up being the best... More
  • Blog Post: EA Shows Off Harry Potter With Kinect

    EA showed off the upcoming Harry Potter game using Kinect at its Gamescom press conference in Germany. The company even brought the Weasley twins – played by actors James and Oliver Phelps – to demonstrate. The pair made their way through a wooded area, using various spells to fight enemies... More
  • Blog Post: EA Announces Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Video Game(s)

    Capitalizing on the decision to cleave J.K. Rowling’s final Harry Potter book into a two-part movie, EA announced today that they will be following suit with a pair of Deathly Hallows games. “The final Harry Potter adventure has given us the opportunity to make a darker and more action-oriented... More
  • Blog Post: See Harry Potter, Friends In Tiny Plastic Form

    Warner Bros. Interactive has released the first trailer for its upcoming Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4, and it's just about what you would expect. The characters look exactly like their Lego counterparts, and developer Traveller's Tales hasn't abandoned its whimsical sense of humor for edgier... More
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