Let’s take a look at the November 2022 Games Gold Games, which continues with the new release limited to just two titles.
In case anyone is still finding it hard to believe Games with gold It has already become half of what it was before, announcing free games arrive to November 2022 You should confirm that Microsoft has no intention of changing its mind about what it did last month. In fact, with the removal of games in backward compatibility, the titles that can be downloaded by subscribers to Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate are just two or half of the previous game. In short, it all seems to reaffirm the idea that Live Gold is now some kind of legacy of the past, carried through tradition by Redmond more than the actual desire to give a certain meaning to that level of subscription it has. It’s getting less and less reasonable over the years, and it’s now squashed by that annoying Game Pass.
On the other hand, there is not even the possibility of permanently removing the Live Gold subscription, because it is unlikely, in the current economic situation, that Microsoft intends to give up the revenue from the subscription to the online-only game. , which is now a standard accepted and shared by all other players in the video game market on consoles. Between these two considerations, the oldest subscription among those on Xbox is kept alive with minimal compromises from Microsoft, while also revealing some hard-to-redeem pearls and putting them in the spotlight. Let’s see what November 2022 has in store, and also remember the games with gold in October 2022, one title of which is still available until the middle of the month.
Praetorians: HD Remaster
Strategic players gain increasing ground on Xbox and access Praetorians: HD Remaster Freeform appears to echo the announcement of Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition and Age of Empires IV on Xbox Series X | S, illustrating how this trend is destined to distinguish the Microsoft console.
Released on consoles in 2020, the game offers the remastered and exciting real-time strategy version that fans appreciate, thanks to its historical setting focused on the Roman era. Amid the political machinations of a fledgling Roman Empire, we must prove our worth on the battlefields of Egypt, in the battlefields of Gaul, and eventually in the heart of the empire itself, Italy, in our crusade to become emperor. In order to emerge victorious, we will have to learn to combine units and exploit your enemies’ weaknesses, according to the official summary.
Featuring an interesting historical reconstruction of the battle characteristics and tactics of the Roman army, Praetorians: HD Remaster also features a somewhat engaging story, depicting classic underdog revenge with superb strategic skills that exist, against every prediction, to gain power in a period of expansion and social turmoil in Rome. HD Remaster, as the title says, first of all adapts to HD graphics, working to increase the accuracy and detail on the screen but also enrich the contents. In the game, we find ourselves controlling three different armies each with their own characteristics (Romans, Rooster, and Egyptians) within different campaigns, with online multiplayer as well. In short, a title dedicated above all to fans of the genre but easily interesting to everyone.
dead end mission
A reference to Halloween couldn’t be missing in this version of Games with Gold, even if I tell the truth here, the connection is definitely ambiguous. Instead of the horror classic, we’re then dealing with Dead End Job, a title that takes something from the horror atmosphere but turns everything into a comic soup that’s not too scary, but mocks a lot of clichés of the genre. Ant Workshop is a two-stick shooter that can be played on its own but above all in a co-op multiplayer mode, a situation in which it is perhaps really giving the best of itself. Featuring an overhead shot reminiscent of the classic genre like Smash TV, Dead End Job throws us into different random generation levels with a special backpack on his shoulders and a plasma gun in hand, aiming to catch ghosts and clean up areas.
Between the old action and cartoon vibes of a Saturday morning, Dead End Job allows us to experience the bizarre adventures of Hector Plasim and companion Ghoul-B-Gone, in a co-op action “sofa” all set in tradition. The most classic of the 360-degree shooter game. Among the many potential horrors that can be taken for granted, this game’s selection by Ant Workshop, ironic and humorous, is certainly original. It’s not a really memorable title but aims to offer instant gameplay and possibly offline multiplayer, or a guarantee of fun, in every situation.
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