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Xbox Games with Gold for November 2019 Announced

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November is right around the corner, so it's time again for a new slate of Games with Gold titles. Four more games come to the service for those who subscribe to Xbox Live Gold or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, and the four Games with Gold titles for November 2019 span three generations of Xbox.


Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter is the latest in Frogwares' long line of games centered on the famous fictional detective. The Devil's Daughter was praised for its detective gameplay but criticized for its myriad bugs and lack of polish. It stands today with a weak 65 on OpenCritic and is recommended by only 14% of critics. It will be available for download for the duration of November.

The Final Station is the other Xbox One offering for November, and it was received better. It's got a fair 74 rating with 54% of critics recommending it. The Final Station is a pixelized 2D zombie survival game that takes place entirely on a moving train. It will be free from November 15 until December 15.

As for backward compatible offerings, Xbox continues its long history of dishing out Star Wars titles. This month, that comes in the form of Star Wars Jedi Starfighter. It was well received during its original launch way back in 2002. It's a sequel to Star Wars: Starfighter and fans of the canon should know its events take place just before those seen in Attack of the Clones.

Lastly, the XBLA title Joy Ride Turbo rounds out the November 2019 Games with Gold. Joy Ride Turbo got middling reviews upon its release in 2012. It's essentially the game Kinect Joy Ride remade for use with controllers. It uses the old Xbox Live avatars and follows the old format of just 200 gamerscore for early XBLA titles.

With October just about finished, we should be hearing about PS4's PS Plus lineup soon too, though they have been known to wait until the month turns over before revealing their games.

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