Microsoft have once again revealed the games that Xbox Live Gold members will be able to download throughout December with the Games With Gold offer. As is usual, there are two games for each of the Xbox One and Xbox 360, with all of them being compatible with the latest console thanks to backwards compatibility.
The two Xbox One offerings are Outlast and Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition. Outlast is a highly acclaimed horror game that led to a whole wave of YouTube Let’s Play videos showing the terrified reactions of players. Meanwhile, Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Dogs is a crime adventure game that is set in Hong Kong.
Outland is the first game that will be available to owners of the Xbox 360. The platformer was developed by Housemarque and published by Ubisoft in 2011, where it received a strong critical reception for its distinctive visual style, music, and co-operative gameplay.
The last game for Xbox 360 owners is the highly acclaimed Burnout Paradise. The title is the last instalment in the popular Burnout series, which was praised for its change in formula to an open world experience rather than a traditional racing game. It originally released in 2008 and saw a number of updates to bring new content to the game.
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