Hey, I'm Jeff and here's what's free on Xbox Live and PlayStation Plus for the month of March 2016.
Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments is free all month long on Xbox One.
You'll help solve a murder mystery by interviewing suspects and surveying areas of interest.
Also on Xbox One, but running March 16th to April 15th, is Lords of the Fallen, an action RPG that draws a lot of inspiration from the Dark Souls series of games.
Moving over to the Xbox 360, Supreme Commander 2 will be available for the first half of the month.
And the original Borderlands will take the second half of March.
For the Sony family of consoles, PS4 owners will be treated to a pair of throwback stylized titles.
First is Broforce, the pixellated platform shooter with a very specific sense of humor, as well as Galak-Z, a 2D space shooter that is very heavily inspired by the 16-bit era of video games.
On the beat up plus subscribers can check out the fire fighting game Flame Over as well as Reality Fighters, the augmented reality fighting game which, let's be honest, that was not very good at all.
Moving over to the Playstation 3 we've got The Last Guy, which is a cool sort of top down rescue game that looks like you're playing in Google Maps.
Leading hordes of people away from zombies.
And finally one of my favorites, Super Stardust HD is also free.
As always a small caveat, you do of course need to be a member of Playstation Plus and or XBox Live Gold to access these quote unquote free games.
And those memberships Well they cost a little bit of money.
But as you can see for the most part, they're worth it.
That'll do it for this month.
I'll be back next month with a brand new list of free games.
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