Warner has whipped up an Xbox Live demo for LEGO Batman.

While we know this contains mild cartoon violence (and phew thank you for the warning), Major Nelson's not giving anything else away about the demo - not even the size of the file.

We suspect the Joker's hand in all this. Partly because he's one of the famous Batman villains to be recreated in block LEGO fashion for the game, along with Riddler, Two-Face, Penguin, Catwoman, Clayface, Killer Croc, the Mad Hatter and Killer Moth.

We also suspect that the demo will offer up the first level to play through, as previous LEGO games have followed the same formula.

LEGO Batman was released at the beginning of October and Traveller's Tales once again hit the plastic block on the head.

Head over to our LEGO Batman review to find out more.

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