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Warner extends LEGO rights to 2016

Looking to "further expand slate".

Warner Bros. and LEGO have struck a deal enabling TT Games to turn out LEGO game after LEGO game until 2016.

This allows the publisher to "further expand our slate of widely recognised, family-friendly games".

To date, the LEGO-styled takes on Star Wars, Batman and Indiana Jones have sold nearly 50m units worldwide.

Harry Potter will be the next famous licence to be given a LEGO makeover, with Years 1-4 due out on most formats in May.

Head through the fireplace to read our preview of LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4.

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