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Late-night talk show host and Clueless Gamer Conan O’Brien and characters from the TV show “Arrow” will appear in the upcoming LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham.

According to Polygon, Game Director Arthur Parsons announced at the New York City Comic-Con that Conan will appear in the game as kind of guide, who will introduce players to different aspects of the world.

Developer TT Games also revealed one of the upcoming DLC packs for the game, which will be based on the “Arrow” TV show. It will of course add the Green Arrow himself, Oliver Queen, as a playable character, but also Huntress, Black Canary, John Diggle, and others.

Developer TT Games previously announced three out of a total of six DLC packs included in the game’s season pass. The Dark Knight Pack, Man of Steel Pack, and Batman 75th Pack will all be available at launch. In Europe, PlayStation owners will also get exclusive DLC based on the “Batman of the Future” animated series, or “Batman Beyond” as it’s known in North America.

LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham will be the first game to get a Season Pass for its DLC. It releases November 14 on Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, PS3, PS Vita, Wii U, 3DS and PC, but the Season Pass will not be available on Wii U, 3DS, and PS Vita.

Emanuel Maiberg is a freelance writer. You can follow him on Twitter @emanuelmaiberg.

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The Walking Dead developer Telltale Games today announced that its Fables series The Wolf Among Us will come to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 at retail on November 4. In addition, a disc-based version of the game will launch for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on that date, alongside a PlayStation Vita version.

All retail copies of The Wolf Among Us will come with the game’s five episodes. The console versions of the game are coming to Europe on November 7.

The Wolf Among Us’ full season will also be available to download across Xbox One, PS4, and PS Vita on November 4. The Wolf Among Us is already available digitally for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, Mac, and iOS. An Android version of the game launches this fall.

Telltale Games also released a new trailer for The Wolf Among Us today, which you can watch above. The Wolf Among Us is based on Bill Willingham’s Fables comic book series. The first season wrapped up in July with the episode Cry Wolf. A second season has not been announced.

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Ghostbusters content is coming to free-to-play Family Guy mobile game The Quest for Stuff. Developer TinyCo. has announced that in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Ghostbusters series and the coming of Halloween, the company has rolled out a new in-game special event.

Here’s how the story goes. When Griffin patriarch Peter accidentally opens a dark portal inside the Quahog cemetery, he unleashes hosts of ghosts and goblins that descend on the city. When Quahog residents wonder, “Who you gonna call?” this is where the player comes in.

In addition to questlines involving ghost-busting, the Quest for Stuff event adds a new crafting interface to the game. When you kill ghosts in Quahog, you’ll be rewarded with “soul points” and other crafting materials, which you can combine in a “spooky crafting cauldron” to make new characters and buildings.

The Ghostbusters-themed event in The Quest for Stuff runs October 2 through November 5.

The introduction of the Ghostbusters content is the latest example of TinyCo. introducing big-name celebrities and franchises to the mobile game. Over the summer, the developer added a series of new characters to the game, including Breaking Bad‘s Bryan Cranston, Star Trek‘s Patrick Stewart, and Spider-Man creator Stan Lee, among others.

The Quest for Stuff launched last in March for iOS and Android. For more on the game, be sure to read GameSpot’s extensive interview with TinyCo. business head Andrew Green.

Last month, TinyCo. was fined $ 300,000 for violating the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act. However, the settlement only concerned TinyCo. games released before 2012, thus not including The Quest for Stuff.

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