November’s Free Games Preview

there’s plenty of free stuff to keep you going…

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As we thunder towards Christmas there are some quality AAA games being released at the moment, but if you’re saving a few quid for the big visit from Santa there’s plenty of free stuff to keep you going…

Trackmania Turbo: Available November 1 to 30 on Xbox One – Hardcore arcade racing action on some insane tracks.

Tales from the Borderlands: Available November 16 to December 15 on Xbox One – all five episodes of this Telltale comedy adventure. This is most definitely one of Telltale’s best pointy clicky titles.

Nights into Dreams…: Available November 1 to 15 on Xbox One and Xbox 360 – classic action remastered for Xbox. Does it stand the test of time? You decide. We loved this back on the Sega Saturn!

Deadfall Adventure: Available November 16 to 30 on Xbox One and Xbox 360 – fairly terrible treasure hunting adventure set in Mayan ruins, Egyptian deserts, if you make it that far.

 

Worms Battlegrounds (PS4) – classic worms action on PS4, arguably better than the later released WMD which went a bit too heavy on vehicles for my liking.

Bound (PS4/PS VR) – incredible landscapes and emotional storytelling are at the heart of this adventure, VR is optional.

Until Dawn: Rush of Blood (PS Plus bonus – PS VR Required) – on rails shooter set in the Until Dawn universe. I couldn’t get past the starting bit of this, too scary!

That’s You! (PS Plus bonus – PlayLink) – quiz game, free. Still. They’re really pushing this, it could be useful for family things around Christmas.

R-Type Dimensions (PS3) – classic side scrolling shooter action from the fabled R Type franchise. You can’t go wrong with that, surely…

Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic (PS3) – ‘bouncy fighty action fighting fun’ is the best way to describe this. If you can play it with more players it’s incredibly funny.

Dungeon Punks (PS Vita & PS4) – colourful 2D action RPG.

Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse [Ep. 1 & 2] (PS Vita) – point and click returns! The Broken Sword series continues great storytelling and tricky puzzles.

 
 

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