November 2017 Xbox Games with Gold List Revealed

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What do you think of this month's free games?

The Xbox One X is Microsoft's super-powered follow-up to the current One S console.

On Xbox One, Xbox Live Gold members can download Trackmania Turbo ($39.99 ERP) for free during the month of November. Tales from the Borderlands: Complete Season, spanning episodes 1 through 5, will also be available from November 16 through December 15.

The two Xbox 360 games can also be played on the Xbox One through its backward compatibility feature. Check out the list right now!

Play together with Xbox Live Gold.

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Apart from this, if you don't have any Physical copy but the digital copy, then you will be able to fetch the game from My Games or Apps menu. We've shot a full unboxing so you can see what you'll get in that box, when you peel your open in a couple of weeks. If you just want to try out the above listed classic games, you can purchase the games just for $10 each to purchase it from the official Xbox Store.

The half-and-half like/dislike ratio was followed by a collection of comments with gamers most readily not being happy about older scraggly games being tossed out like maggot-infected scraps to starving dogs in a dirty pen under a bridge.

The new console is ever-so-slightly larger than the Xbox One S, which means that it doesn't even come close to the size of the original Xbox One. November's 2017 Games with Gold lineup for Xbox One includes: Trackmania Turbo and Tales from the Borderlands.

Since the Xbox One X unveiling, Electronic Arts has been hesitant to confirm any form of visual upgrades specifically implemented with the console in mind. It's kind of a great thing which you can use convert to get the best of gameplay of your choice.

It's a fair complaint given that Microsoft is asking for $500 for a console that's going to be severely outdated next year (much like how the Xbox One launched outdated for $500 back in 2013).

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