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Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Xbox Game Pass to Add Observation, The Messenger and More

Microsoft adds Observation, The Messenger and more to latest lineup of Xbox Game Pass titles for June.

Already having a packed lineup of titles, Xbox Game Pass will be adding four new games in next two days for PC and Xbox One consoles. If their first wave of games this month was not good enough for you, there are more to try on.

Xbox beta app has recently enabled official modding support on Windows PC for select games to enjoy custom modifications. Also, don't forget to check out Microsoft Store to find latest free updates and game quests to earn points.

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Xbox Game Pass to Add Observation, The Messenger and More

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Night Call | Console, Ultimate
A narrative-driven noir adventure game Night Call from developers Monkey Moon and BlackMuffin, in association with publisher Raw Fury puts you on a driver's seat at midnight to talk with passengers and make connections.

Aside from working as a cabby in modern-day Paris, you play a lot of role to people who take a ride with you. Using your gift of gab, you are trying to solve a murder mystery and try to catch a serial killer that even tried to kill you once.

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Night Call on Xbox Game Pass

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Observation | Console, PC, Ultimate
With a vibe of sci-fi thriller, 2019 adventure-puzzle game Observation by developer No Code and publisher Devolver Digital tries to create an atmosphere of desperation and fear in their attempted homage to 2001: A Space Odyssey.

When a mysteriously unforeseen event causes all crew of Observation space station to go missing, players will have to step up as a sanctioned artificial intelligence named S.A.M. to find out what really happened to Dr. Emma Fisher.

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Observation on Xbox Game Pass

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Streets of Rogue | Console, Ultimate
Built in the veins of Gungeon series, 2D roguelike title Streets of Rogue from tinyBuild is an immersive sim that lets you go crazy killing enemies and looting items within a procedurally generated city as one of its many characters.

Your pixelated character can be ranged from a banker, bartender, gorilla, hacker or even a vampire. You can go extreme in your ways, be sly in your actions or stay a pacifist if you wish in up to four-player online and local co-op mode.

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Streets of Rogue on Xbox Game Pass

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The Messenger | Console, Ultimate
An acclaimed indie title of recent years, 2018 action-platformer The Messenger by developer Sabotage Studio and publisher Devolver Digital that is a trip down to nostalgia lane due to its classic Metroidvania styled graphics and gameplay.

Players take on the role of a young ninja, who is tasked to hand out a scroll to another part of his village that is invaded by a demon army. This lone hero will face a series of challenges on his way as he goes through time-traveling adventure.

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The Messenger on Xbox Game Pass

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Games that are leaving Game Pass soon are Battlefleet Gothic: Armada, Die for Valhalla!, Life is Strange 2, Metal Slug X, Metro Exodus, Neon Chrome, Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun, SteamWorld Dig 2 and The Flame in the Flood.

Members of Xbox Game Pass and Game Pass Ultimate can purchase any or all of these titles to keep them into their library forever for 20% off. If you are not a member of Game Pass already, be sure to sign up your first month for $1 only.

Monday, December 30, 2019

Hello Neighbor Free on Epic Games Store Now

Epic Games Store is offering Hello Neighbor for free on twelfth day of 12 days of free games giveaway at yearend.

To make this holiday season merrier than it could be, Epic Games have announced earlier to offer at least one game each day until end of 2019 on their digital distribution outlet Epic Games Store while having annual Holiday Sale.

Epic Store just revealed its twelfth giveaway entry to be indie stealth horror game Hello Neighbor from developer Dynamic Pixels and publisher tinyBuild that is available on PC for free to claim forever within another 24 hours.

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Hello Neighbor Free on Epic Games Store Now

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Players will assume role of a child named Nicky Roth, who goes to see his neighbor's house upon hearing a sudden scream and realizes that his weirdly creepy resident next door has possibly locked someone up in his basement.

Entire playthrough at neighbor's house is comprised of four acts and you would end up in his basement at the end of almost each one of them. Throughout entire run, players will be chased by a smart AI that would adapt to your playstyle.

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Often times, there are no other way around to solve a dilemma that you can figure out by careful observation but have to come up with new ideas and try them all to find a way and that may not be very encouraging for many newcomers.

Although 12 days of free games program should have officially ended today with latest free game but Epic Games decided to continue rolling out more until January 1, 2020 and has teased another title on social media for tomorrow.