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This Harry Potter kit lets your kid build a wand and learn coding
This Harry Potter kit lets your kid build a wand and learn coding By Maggie Tillman

Kano has launched a Harry Potter Kano Coding Kit, developed in partnership with Warner Bros.With this coding kit, Harry Potter fans can follow step-by-step instructions in order to build a wand, which includes a gyroscope, accelerometer, and magnetometer... Read more

Westworld game for iOS and Android gives you control of your own park before the screaming starts
Westworld game for iOS and Android gives you control of your own park before the screaming starts By Rik Henderson

Warner Bros Interactive has launched mobile simulation game Westworld, based on the hit HBO TV series that UK viewers can watch on Sky Atlantic.The Android and iOS game puts you in the shoes of a new Delos employee who is given the reins over the entire... Read more

Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is now available - here's everything you need to know
Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is now available - here's everything you need to know By Chris Hall

The first game from Warner Bros' new Harry Potter label - Portkey Games - is now available to download for Android and iOS. Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is a role play game where you get your invitation letter to Hogwarts and have to create your character... Read more

Harry Potter Hogwarts Mystery pre-registration open for Android, new trailer released
Harry Potter Hogwarts Mystery pre-registration open for Android, new trailer released By Rik Henderson

A new trailer is available for Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, the forthcoming role-playing game for iOS and Android that puts you in the shoes of a new student at the School for Witchcraft and Wizardry.In addition, Warner and developer Jam City have... Read more

Harry Potter Hogwarts Mystery details revealed, watch the trailer right here
Harry Potter Hogwarts Mystery details revealed, watch the trailer right here By Rik Henderson

Warner and developer Jam City have released more details and a teaser trailer for their forthcoming iOS and Android game, Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery.Originally announced prior to Christmas, the game gives you the opportunity to join Hogwarts as a... Read more

Lego Batman Movie is first 4K HDR film to stream on Xbox One S
Lego Batman Movie is first 4K HDR film to stream on Xbox One S By Rik Henderson

The Xbox One S has been able to play 4K Ultra HD Blu-rays since its introduction in August last year, and in HDR to boot. It's currently the only games console to do so.You can also stream Netflix and Amazon Video content in Ultra HD with HDR on shows... Read more

Batman Arkham VR preview: Find out why the PS VR game was best of E3 2016
Batman Arkham VR preview: Find out why the PS VR game was best of E3 2016 By Rik Henderson

We’ll come out with a bold claim right from the off, not only was Batman: Arkham VR the last game we saw at this year’s E3 before its doors were shut, it was also the best. Of the whole show.That’s a personal opinion, of course, and it doesn’t... Read more

The gadgets and costumes of Suicide Squad in pictures: Harley Quinn, The Joker and more
The gadgets and costumes of Suicide Squad in pictures: Harley Quinn, The Joker and more By Rik Henderson

After a busy E3 in Los Angeles, we were invited to end the week with a trip to Warner Bros Studios in Burbank to undertake a tour of the lot and get up and close to a whole host of props and costumes.We saw plenty of items from past and present, including... Read more

George Miller wanted to use drones to shoot Mad Max Fury Road but health and safety stopped him
George Miller wanted to use drones to shoot Mad Max Fury Road but health and safety stopped him By Rik Henderson

The director of Mad Max Fury Road, George Miller, is a massive fan of technology and used every device available to him to make the critically acclaimed movie. DSLR cameras and iPhones feature along the way, but the gadgets that he would've loved to... Read more

Mad Max preview: Much more than a driving game
Mad Max preview: Much more than a driving game By Rik Henderson

When we first saw the official Mad Max game a couple of years ago it was a very different beast to the version shown at Gamescom.To be completely honest, the initial showings of the open world game set in the Mad Max universe (but not tied to the, then,... Read more

Batman Arkham Knight review: Best of the Bat yet
4.5 stars Batman Arkham Knight review: Best of the Bat yet By Rik Henderson

With so many triple-A games arriving towards the end of the year, it comes as no surprise that Warner is not leaving anything to chance with the third in Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham trilogy. It has cunningly released Arkham: Knight, the first to hit the... Read more

Mad Max preview: A game that echoes the movie
Mad Max preview: A game that echoes the movie By Mike Lowe

Unveiled at last year's E3 expo, Mad Max the game was one of the titles we were most looking forward to playing this year. However, having seen Mad Max: Fury Road at the cinema we suspect the game will divide the critics in a similar way to that movie.What... Read more

Batman: Arkham Knight preview: Taking the Batmobile for a spin
Batman: Arkham Knight preview: Taking the Batmobile for a spin By Rik Henderson

Batman: Arkham Knight has been a real labour of love for developer Rocksteady, which started work on the project four years ago, as soon as it finished Arkham City. And from our play time with the latest, almost complete build of the game, you can see... Read more

Comcast killed its $45B proposed bid for Time Warner Cable due to US regulatory scrutiny
Comcast killed its $45B proposed bid for Time Warner Cable due to US regulatory scrutiny By Elyse Betters

In a rather interesting turn of events, Comcast's proposed bid to takeover Time Warner Cable has fallen off a cliff."Today, we move on. Of course, we would have liked to bring our great products to new cities, but we structured this deal so that if the... Read more

Spielberg to adapt Ready Player One gamer novel, may use Magic Leap tech for AR movie
Spielberg to adapt Ready Player One gamer novel, may use Magic Leap tech for AR movie By Luke Edwards

Steven Spielberg is set to create a movie version of the gamer focused novel, Ready Player One.This will be the first movie Spielberg has made with Warner Bros Studios since 2001 when he created AI: Artificial Intelligence. The studio is known for trying... Read more

Finally we're getting the Gauntlet game we've been waiting for since the 80s
Finally we're getting the Gauntlet game we've been waiting for since the 80s By Rik Henderson

Warner Bros' remake of Gauntlet has been given the new release date of 23 September, which represents a push back of a few weeks, but considering the walkthrough video Warner Bros has just released, the wait looks to be well worth it.Indeed, we've been... Read more

Batman: Arkham Knight gameplay preview: A next-gen return to form
Batman: Arkham Knight gameplay preview: A next-gen return to form By Mike Lowe

Let's all welcome the Batman to the next-generation, because after playing Batman: Arkham Knight on PS4 we have to say it looks fantastic. It's a return to form following Arkham City's less inspiring turn.Key to Arkham Knight is the sheer scale of things.... Read more

Lego The Hobbit leads second wave of OnLive Steam CloudLift games, as sub price drops by half
Lego The Hobbit leads second wave of OnLive Steam CloudLift games, as sub price drops by half By Rik Henderson

OnLive has added five new titles to its CloudLift games line-up, the subscription service that allows you to play games bought on Steam through the cloud on any compatible device. And that includes Android, through the OnLive app.The new games include... Read more

PC reimagination of hit arcade game Gauntlet launching this summer
PC reimagination of hit arcade game Gauntlet launching this summer By Jake Smith

Gauntlet, the hit 1985 arcade game, is returning in a completely modernised action RPG version for the PC, Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment announced on Monday.Gauntlet will be available in summer 2014 through Steam on the PC, with full support for... Read more

Oscar winner Gravity is highest selling 3D Blu-ray of all time
Oscar winner Gravity is highest selling 3D Blu-ray of all time By Rik Henderson

Gravity may have scooped seven Academy Awards at the weekend, including Best Director for Alfonso Cuaron, and previously bagged six BAFTAs, but its not finished reaping accolades. The 3D Blu-ray version of the film, released on Monday, is the fastest... Read more

Thunder, Thunder, Thundercats lead all-star superhero cast as Lovefilm signs deal with Warner
Thunder, Thunder, Thundercats lead all-star superhero cast as Lovefilm signs deal with Warner By Rik Henderson

Amazon's Lovefilm has signed a content deal with Warner Bros International Television Distribution to offer an extensive library of superhero and action animated series.The deal includes both the original 1980s and recent remade Thundercats series, while... Read more

Batman: Arkham Origins gameplay preview, trailer and screens
Batman: Arkham Origins gameplay preview, trailer and screens By Mike Lowe

Batman's Arkham guise is among the most successful of gaming franchies out there - and for good reason. Dark and twisted, much like the Christopher Nolan movie trilogy, the forthcoming Batman: Arkham Origins takes the reins for the forthcoming game installation.Scheduled... Read more

Mad Max gameplay preview, trailer and screens: Eyes-on epic open-world title, due 2014
Mad Max gameplay preview, trailer and screens: Eyes-on epic open-world title, due 2014 By Mike Lowe

Mad Max is due to land big in 2014. In addition to the movie - starring Nicolas Hoult, Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron - there's going to be an open-world game. But one isn't connected to the other: the game, which Pocket-lint saw in an early gameplay preview... Read more

New Batman: Arkham sequel confirmed for release this year
New Batman: Arkham sequel confirmed for release this year By Rik Henderson

Warner has revealed that a third game in the Batman: Arkham series is in development and will be released this year. Or, at least, in the company's financial year 2013.During its investors call after the publishing of its 2012 financial results, Time... Read more

APP OF THE DAY: Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows Movie App review (iPad)
APP OF THE DAY: Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows Movie App review (iPad) By Rik Henderson

Pocket-lint is hearing from all manner of content providers and broadcasters that a massive focus for them at present is coming up with the correct way to present a second-screen experience. Many of their viewers and subscribers now watch TV, movies,... Read more

APP OF THE DAY: Tapper World Tour HD review (iPad)
APP OF THE DAY: Tapper World Tour HD review (iPad) By Rik Henderson

When we decided to find an app to celebrate St Patrick's Day, we stroked our chins and wondered exactly what the celebrated event means to people. Some visit church to honour the patron saint of Ireland, who died on this day in 493 (or 460, depending... Read more

The Dark Knight and Inception hit the App Store
The Dark Knight and Inception hit the App Store By Paul Lamkin

Christopher Nolan fans are in for a treat as two of his best movies - The Dark Knight and Inception - have landed in the App Store. That's the App Store and not iTunes. Confused? Read on for clarification.The move is an exciting one, that sees Warner... Read more