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Games with Gold October 2017 announced for Xbox One and Xbox 360

Microsoft has officially confirmed all of the games coming to Xbox One and Xbox 360 as part of Games with Gold this October.

Headlining this month’s selection is Fullbright Entertainment’s Gone Home. This first-person narrative adventure is excellent, telling an atmospheric coming-of-age story inside a confined setting.

Next up is first-person puzzler The Turing Test. Taxing the player’s mind with a series of head-scratching puzzles, it also tells a compelling story inside a sprawling space station.

Both of these titles can be downloaded by all those with an active Xbox Live Gold membership. After that, they’ll remain in your digital library.

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Xbox 360 owners have a nice variety of experiences to dig into with Rayman 3 HD and Medal of Honor: Airborne

Once again, both of the above titles are playable through Xbox One backward compatibility to save you digging out your 360.

You can find the full list of games and dates below:

  • Gone Home: Oct 1 – 31 (Xbox One)
  • The Turing Test: Oct 16 – Nov 15 (Xbox One)
  • Rayman 3 HD: Oct 1 – 15 (Xbox 360)
  • Medal of Honor Airborne: Oct 16 – 31 (Xbox 360)

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