This photo provided by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment shows the interactive LEGO ToyPad for the "LEGO Dimensions" video game. (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment)
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The creators of the "Lego" video games are building their own rendition of a toys-to-life franchise.Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and TT Games unveiled plans Thursday for "Lego Dimensions," a game and toy line combining real-world Lego bricks and figures with virtual game worlds depicted on screen. Over the next two years, publisher Warner Bros. Interactive and developer TT Games plan to stack more figures and content onto "Dimensions" culled from other well-known brands.The series' starter pack, which is scheduled for release Sept. 27 for all major consoles at $99.99, will include the game, a reader and pieces to construct a Lego portal on the device, as well as figures of Batman, the Batmobile, Gandalf and Wyldstyle from "The Lego Movie".The reader, which is divided into three sections and can detect up to seven Lego figures or vehicles at a time, doesn't visually scan the bricks.At one point, the Caped Crusader from the "Lego" games crossed paths with the surly Batman of "The Lego Movie".
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