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'''Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment''' is a world-wide distributor and developer of video games. In [[2009]] it entered into a partnership with the [[Middle-earth Enterprises|Saul Zaentz Company]] and [[New Line Cinema]] (itself a subsidiary of [[Warner Bros.]]) to make video games based on the ''The Lord of the Rings'' [[The Lord of the Rings|books]] and [[The Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy|films]].
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'''Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment''' is a world-wide distributor and developer of video games. In [[2009]] it entered into a partnership with the [[Middle-earth Enterprises|Saul Zaentz Company]] and [[New Line Cinema]] (itself a subsidiary of [[Warner Bros.]]) to make video games based on the ''The Lord of the Rings'' [[The Lord of the Rings|books]] and [[The Lord of the Rings (film series)|films]].
 
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==''The Lord of the Rings'' video games==
 
==''The Lord of the Rings'' video games==

Latest revision as of 09:48, 11 December 2012

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is a world-wide distributor and developer of video games. In 2009 it entered into a partnership with the Saul Zaentz Company and New Line Cinema (itself a subsidiary of Warner Bros.) to make video games based on the The Lord of the Rings books and films.

[edit] The Lord of the Rings video games

After the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2009, Martin Tremblay, President of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, said:

The Lord of the Rings franchise is world renowned for its captivating adventures, and we are creating new experiences in the game space designed to appeal to a wide array of consumer tastes from core to casual. The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest is the first of many different types of games we will be developing with the film and literary rights. It is also the first game allowing kids and their families to interact in their favorite locations and stories from The Lord of the Rings with accessible gameplay.[1]

[edit] Games

2010: The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest
2011: The Lord of the Rings: War in the North
2012: Guardians of Middle-earth

[edit] External Links

[edit] References

  1. IGN, "Warner Bros. Announces Lord of the Rings Game Franchise Partnership", 28 May 2009 (accessed 27 September 2010)