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Raymen 3 HD, Medal of Honor and more, free for Xbox Live Gold members – October


It’s once again time for you to log in and absorb the latest free games from Xbox Live if you are a Gold subscriber as the list has updated with the start of the new month, and this round is just as good as the last. With a selection that covers both young and old, everyone can make use of this month’s freebies.

Available now through the 15th of the month, you can get your hands on Rayman 3 HD for Xbox 360 (playable on all Xbox One consoles), a great game for all ages. It is an HD remake of Rayman 3 Hoodlum’s Havoc from the original Xbox console as well as PS2 and GameCube–now with enhanced graphics and sound.

You also have Gone Home: Console Edition that will be available through the end of the month, and features an exploration game that drops you into a story of a character who returns home to find that their family is missing. You then piece together the clues as you explore the house to determine what went done.

Later in the month (on October 16th), two more games will become available, including a popular title for first person shooter fans–Medal of Honor Airborne. The other game will be The Turing Test, which is “a first person puzzler that explores the phenomena of consciousness and challenges the meaning of human intuition”. You will get to dive into a number of interactive puzzles to challenge your mind with. The game has received a lot of positive feedback since its release back in August of 2016.

Oxenfree is of course still available from last month until the 15th of October, so don’t forget to get your hands on that one before it’s too late.

Be sure to share your thoughts below in the comments about the discussed games. Here’s to another great month of gaming!


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