If you have an Xbox Live Gold membership, you can download Never Alone on your Xbox One for free until January 15th! This puzzle/adventure game was released by the publisher E-Line Media on November 18, 2014 and is rated T for teens. The PC version holds a solid 9/10 rating on Steam, so you know you’re getting some bang for your bucks (or lack of bucks).
Keep in mind that you do need to have the paid membership for Xbox Live Gold to gain access to it, which is $60 for one year and $24 for a quarter year.
The popular fighting game Dragon Ball FighterZ is releasing on Nintendo Switch on September 28, but Bandai Namco has released a playable Open Beta on the eShop, available for download right now. The Beta will be open from 9:00 PM on Thursday, August 9 to 11.59 PM on Saturday, August 11.
Dragon Ball FighterZ is a 2.5D fighting game published by Bandai Namco Entertainment and has taken the competitive fighting game scene by storm since its release in January of this year. It uses characters and settings based on the show Dragon Ball Super. It is rated “Teen”.
The Open Beta has a surprising amount of features for a limited time demo. It includes four modes: Arena Match, Ring Party Match, Ring Match, and a tutorial mode that will let you experiment with any character to your heart’s content. The game currently boasts “23 characters and 13 stages”, with more features to come. Two characters included from the get-go are Super Saiyan Blue Goku and Vegeta, two characters who must be unlocked in the actual game.
Just remember that you need a Nintendo Switch, an account on the eShop, and storage space to download the Beta. That’s all you need to jump into the fight!
Free stuff from Podfest 2018, a free Xbox One game, and a free ebook of travel tips.
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We were at Podfest Multimedia Expo 2018 in Orlando and were able to snag all sorts of freebies. We also tell you how to get a free XBox One Game and a free ebook on travel tips.
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If you have Xbox Live Gold subscription and an Xbox One console, you can download Assault Android Cactus for free off of the Microsoft Store until July 15. The game normally sells for 14.99 digitally and holds a Metacritic rating of 85% and a 10/10 rating on Steam.
Speaking of Steam, the game is also a part of the Steam Summer Sale and is cut by 60%, bringing it down to $5.99. It’s soundtrack also benefits from this sale, going from $24.99 to $9.99. The Steam Summer Sale ends July 5.
Assault Android Cactus is a shoot-em-up developed by Witch Beam and originally released September 23, 2015.
You can find it on the Microsoft Store here or head on over here to it’s listing on Steam.
If you’re an Xbox One owner with Xbox Live Gold Membership, you can download a FREE copy of Tumblestone. Tumblestone is a puzzle game released on July 16, 2016. This deal is a part of Xbox’s Games With Gold program, which award free games to members with an Xbox Live Gold Membership. Keep in mind that you DO need an Xbox Live Gold Membership though, and it costs around $40.00. Along with free games periodically you can play games online and stream videos. To obtain this deal, you will also, obviously, need an Xbox One.
The file size is 958.47 MB and the game normally sells for $19.99. If you’re interested in this offer, you can head on over to Microsoft’s official website and download it now, or use your Xbox One to obtain this offer. This deal is good until August 15, 2016.
Have you tried Tumblestone? Do you intend to? Let us know in the comments!