Who likes to pay for stuff?
Not me, I don't have any money, that's why I love to hearing about what's free on Playstation and Xbox, let's start OCtober off with free Sony stuff, Playstation four owners will get to play Broken Age, the loveable point and click action adventure game Starring Elijah Wood.
They'll also get Super Meat Boy, a brutally tough platforming game, where you play as a cube of meat.
Both of those games are gonna be on Vita, as well.
Hitting both the PlayStation 4 and PS3 is Unmechanical: Extended, a lovely puzzler that forces you to think outside the box.
The music fighting mashup game Kickbeat will be available to PS3 and [UNKNOWN] owners in October.
And speaking of martial arts, Kung Fu Rabbit will also be around for the same platforms in October.
Finally, the physics based couch co-op game CHariot, will be available only for the Playstation 3.
So let's switch gears to Microsoft.
Free games for XBox 1 start off with Valiant Hearts: The Great War Great war is an emotionally charged narrative driven story that will be available all month long.
Starting the 16th to the end of October Xbox One and 360 owners will get access to The Walking Dead: Season One which is of course is the gripping thriller from Tell Tale Games Xbox 360 owners can also play Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes for some Phantom Pain back story and that'll last only the first half of October.
And that does it.
That takes care of all of October's free games.
As always, a small caveat.
You do, of course, need to be a member of PlayStation Plus.
And Xbox Live Gold to access these free games.
And these memberships, they cost a little bit of money, but let's be honest they're totally worth it.
That will do it for this month, I'll be back in the beginning of November for the newest of free games.
We'll see you then.
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