It's an incongruous notion: Making a video game set in a LEGO world of children wizards dark and gritty.
I am proud to admit that I await the arrival of LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 with giddy anticipation.
Traveller's Tales, it seems, have discovered a license to print money. Find a popular franchise, turn even the most insane, homicidal characters within the story into teensy digital mini-figs and let them get to popping each other apart. But with LEGO Batman the developer took it a step further. Instead of riding on…