Xbox Live Games with Gold Latest News & Update: 4 New Titles Available in November for Free
Four new free titles for November are what await Xbox Live Games with Gold members this November. Xbox One and Xbox 360 will get 2 titles apiece but the former can run all these titles through backward compatibility.
Starting with Xbox One consoles with Live Games with Gold, "Super Dungeon Bros" and "Murdered: Soul Suspect" are free to download starting Nov 16 up to Dec 15th. Then for Xbox 360, "Monkey Island: SE" free download starts on Nov 1st through Nov 15. The day after starts the opportunity for "Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon" until end of November, Shack News reported.
"Super Dungeon Bros" is an indie title where the protagonist has to dash his way through tight dungeons. Expect a blood-chilling experience in this RPG, as Fansided described. At any rate, this newcomer to Xbox Live Games with Gold is all dark serious because it also offers a mix of fun and humor.
Here is a bit of late Halloween taste in Xbox Live Games with Gold, "Murdered: Soul Suspect" starts on Nov 15. This title is a thrilling quest to solve how the protagonist was murdered. Yes, the main man was murdered and he is out from the land of the dead to solve how he died. What adds up into the chill is era setting in dusky, dimly-lit and old town of Salem, Massachusetts.
Now going into the first November treat for Xbox Live Games with Gold that will invade 360 consoles. "The Secret of Monkey Island: SE" offers easier carefree gameplay. This one is quite antique and was first released in 1990 by LucasArts. However, gamers can opt for remastered version to start the adventures of pirate-aspirant Guybrush Threepwood.
The final November installment of Xbox Live Games with Gold is "Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon." This title is an action title to the very core. Think of Rambo, Van Damme, Cyborg and Terminator rolled into one. Blood Dragon is an opportunity to don Sergeant Rex Colt persona and shoot as many enemies as possible.
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