What's free on PlayStation and Xbox: November 2015
Another month, another collection of free games to play of course if you're a member of Xbox live gold and or Playstation Plus.
Here's what's free in November 2015.
On Xbox One Pneuma: Breath of Life is free all month long.
It's really a clever First person puzzle game based inside of a gorgeously crafted world.
Then starting on November 16, Knight Squad will be free until December 15.
Knight Squad plays like a classic Gauntlet game with up to eight players at a time.
Players can get different weapons and power-ups in the campaign or versus modes.
[SOUND] For Xbox 360, Dirt 3 arrives for the first half of the month.
The rally car racer was highly praised when it came out back in May of 2011.
And for the second half of November Xbox 360 owners can also play Dungeon Siege III Another game from 2011, but this action RPG didn't get the same kind of acclaim.
But if you're into that medieval fantasy genre, you should check it out.
Okay, let's move across to Sony's free games for the month of November.
Up first is The Walking Dead Season 2 on PS4.
You choose your own adventure from tell-tale games.
It's probably this month's best title.
So, be sure to catch it before it goes away.
Also on PS4 is Magicka 2, an action adventure family game that is best played in co-op mode.
On PS3, the classic space action RPG Mass Effect 2 is available.
Which I can't believe was released nearly six years ago.
Also on PS3 is Beyond Good & Evil, which is actually a remake of a PS2 game that first debuted in 2003.
Either way, if you've never had the pleasure Of BG and E, well now is the time to do it.
A brand new rogue-like action RPG is releasing November 3rd and it's also available across all PlayStation platforms.
It's called Dragon Fin Soup, which of course sounds gross, but it's really just a game where players must start the entire game over once they die.
And finally, that PSP augmented reality game Invisible, remember that one?
Well, that's also free on Vita.
And that'll take care of all of November's free games.
As always, a caveat, you do, of course, need to be a member of Playstation Plus and Xbox Live Gold to access these free games, and they cost a little bit of money.
Usually it's worth it, maybe not so much for this month.
But I'll be back in December for a new list of free games.
Hopefully it's better than this one.
We'll see you then.
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