Kingdom Hearts III has been one of the most anticipated titles since 2006, following the release of Kingdom Hearts II. With the series originally starting on PlayStation consoles, it has since spread to Nintendo handheld devices, from the Game Boy Advance to the Nintendo 3DS. Kingdom Hearts III not only marks the first appearance of a Kingdom Hearts title on a non-Sony home console, but also any Microsoft console. With all this in mind, is it possible that Kingdom Hearts III could land on PC alongside the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One? Read more after the jump.

Ever since Playtonic Games unveiled Yooka-Laylee, they have been slowly revealing interesting new details about the spiritual successor to Banjo-Kazooie. In their latest update, Playtonic Games has revealed a new NPC that Yooka and Laylee will befriend in the first world of the game. Playtonic has not yet named her, but they promise to keep you updated as the weeks go by.

You can check out the full illustration of the character after the jump!

The Community Map Project for Battlefield 4, which allowed player input on upcoming maps, is now ready for players to experience. Operation Outbreak, the jungle-themed map the community assisted in designing, is one of the maps in the pack, and a playtest trailer has been released to promote the DLC. Best of all, the maps are coming to you for free!

See the trailer after the jump!

A new trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops III has been released emphasizing the game's story, accompanied by some developer commentary. Set 50 years into the future, climate change has greatly impacted the world, and, partnered with increasing wealth disparity, a scenario similar to the Cold War has begun. Craig Harrison, the game's Lead Writer, claims that Treyarch hasn't ever come close to the level of world building featured in Black Ops III. Beyond that, Studio Head Mark Lamia believes that players will potentially finish the campaign with a completely different interpretation to someone else.

Make the jump to view the full trailer.

For those who don't know, the Humble Bundle is a digital storefront for video games, generally for mobile and/or PC devices (however, that can vary), which allows the buyer to pay what they want for a load of titles. It's a great way for indie developers to show off their latest and greatest creations.

While you normally have to head to the site directly to get your games, a new monthly subscription service called the Humble Monthly Bundle has been announced. For twelve dollars per month you can automatically obtain a bundle of PC games starting on November 6th. Find out more after the jump.

Call of Duty creators Jason West and Vince Zampella left Activision a few years back and started a new company, Respawn Entertainment. Respawn's first game, Titanfall, was one of the biggest titles in the Xbox One launch window, and it also launched on Xbox 360 and PC. A year and a half later, Zampella has tweeted an image of the development team celebrating as Titanfall has surpassed 10 million players. The successful new IP will likely see its audience grow in the future, as Titanfall 2 is expected to be available on PlayStation as well.

The gaming community has gotten a bit more attention on late night TV since Jimmy Kimmel’s infamous take on Let’s Players. A mere day after chatting with PewDiePie, Stephen Colbert discussed No Man’s Sky with Hello Games cofounder Sean Murray on the latest episode of The Late Show. To put the size of the No Man’s Sky universe in perspective, Murray told Colbert it would be impossible to discover all “18 quintillion planets” in a lifetime, “even if a planet was discovered every second.” Colbert then spent most of the segment watching Murray play the game itself; they even named some newly discovered species (and more) after Stephen himself. Head inside to watch the full interview!

Minecraft engineer Magib1 has been building a working version of Pokémon Red in Minecraft's creative mode, using a Game Boy powered by redstone and command blocks. The build, which has been going since late July of this year, already has a working Pokédex and rudimentary collision detection.

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The creators of Allison Road, Lilith LTD, have turned to Kickstarter for their upcoming horror title, and they have officially launched a campaign seeking £250,000 ($388,281).

Allison Road is a “narrative-driven survival horror” game set in a British townhouse in Manchester, where players must uncover what happened to their family while surviving the house’s evil entities, in a first-person view. Hit the jump for more details.

Team Dakota has announced that their large sandbox game Project Spark is "moving away from active development" by becoming a completely free title, rather than being free-to-play. Along with this, the developer also announced that the Conker’s Big Reunion content that was in development has been cancelled. Hit the jump for more details.

After multiple delays, Batman: Arkham Knight finally released in June, but the PC version of the game was plagued with so many horrible technical issues that it was quickly removed. An interim patch was released a few weeks ago and fixed some of the problems, and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is working on additional updates and bug fixes.

The publisher announced today that these updates are expected to be ready by the end of October. At the same time, Arkham Knight will become available for purchase on PC once again. This includes support for all DLC that has been released for the console versions so far. Let's hope this launch goes smoother than the last one.

Ahead of an official reveal, a $30 Rise of the Tomb Raider season pass has been listed on Amazon and offers some insight on potential DLC releases. Though no specific information was given, the listing details additional single-player content as well as some form of multiplayer functionality. It was announced last month that Rise of the Tomb Raider would not feature a multiplayer mode so that developer Crystal Dynamics could focus on the campaign, but the season pass description suggests otherwise. Read on for more.

Just yesterday Capcom announced that Zangief will be returning in Street Fighter V, and we've already got another character reveal. This time, however, it wasn't Capcom doing the announcing. Japanese publication Famitsu accidentally revealed the existence of a new fighter named Laura before they were supposed to, and then quickly removed the article. We unfortunately don't have any details, but readers managed to download the screenshots before the article was pulled. You can check them out by clicking below!

Call of Duty: Black Ops III is set in Singapore in the year 2065, and Activision decided to raise hype for the game's story by having the official Call of Duty Twitter page tweet out some of the in-game events as if they were part of a news report. Before they started, they changed the Twitter account's name to "Current Events Aggregate" with a slogan of "we bring you real news." As a result, the fake news stories were re-tweeted by thousands, and many believed them to be real. Click below for more info.

Square Enix and Eidos Montreal recently revealed Deus Ex: Mankind Divided to the public, and the feedback was largely positive, but the same can not be said of the pre-order program that Square Enix set in motion for the game. The controversial "Augment Your Pre-Order" campaign offered different tiers of possible pre-order rewards, with more unlocking as more people pre-ordered the game.

This campaign was designed so that customers would encourage their friends to pre-order the game, as pre-order bonuses (such as a digital soundtrack, an artbook, and even in-game missions) were locked away until enough people pre-ordered. The final unlockable bonus for fans would be an early release of the game. This was met with almost universal criticism by consumers, and Square Enix announced today that they're cancelling the program and giving all of the incentives to anyone who pre-orders or buys the Day 1 edition of the game. Click below for the full statement.