Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (also known as WB Games) is the video game division for Warner Bros. that handles licensing and distribution of games based on Warner Bros. properties as well as owning a few developers.
The company was established in 1993 as Time Warner Interactive after Warner Bros. acquired Atari Games. Time Warner would soon sell Time Warner Interactive to WMS Industries while holding onto the name Warner Bros. Interactive.
As Warner Bros. Interactive, the company started to license out video game properties starting with Batman Forever but, it wouldn't fully fund and publish themselves until 2007 with Justice League Heroes.
In 2007, Warner Bros. acquired the company TT Games and obtained the exclusive rights to the LEGO franchise. In 2009, with the collapse of Midway, Warner Bros. purchased the majority of assets from the company including classic Midway games like Mortal Kombat and Spy Hunter. They turned Midway's Chicago studio into NetherRealm Studios.
In January 2017, Warner Bros. announced it acquired Avalanche Software from Disney Interactive, along with all their software. The studio has so far only released Cars 3.
Games released by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Note that there will be games that have appeared on Nintendo platforms only.