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December marks the end of 2016, and the last batch of free games for PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Xbox Live Versus PlayStation Plus: What Do You Get With Each? Xbox Live Versus PlayStation Plus: What Do You Get With Each? Let’s see which provides the best bang for your buck. Read More Gold subscribers. Let’s have a look at the games arriving in your stockings this season.

Xbox Live

As usual, Xbox One players can check out all four titles due to backwards compatibility with Xbox 360.

On Xbox One, you’ll first receive Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition, a remaster of the 2012 open-world game where you play as an undercover agent infiltrating a gang. The other Xbox One title is Outlast, a super-scary game The Scariest Must-Play Horror Games for Halloween The Scariest Must-Play Horror Games for Halloween In the spirit of Halloween and all things scary, here's our pick of the scariest and most atmospheric horror games of the last few years. Read More where you can’t fight back. You must to run and hide, or be killed.

Xbox 360 players get Outland, an action platformer with a dual-color theme. The other Xbox 360 title is Burnout Paradise, the excellent open-world entry in the chaotic (but sadly defunct) driving series.

PlayStation Plus

Those with a PS4 can download Invisible, Inc., a turn-based stealth game where you must remotely direct agents to keep them safe. The PS4’s other free game is Stories: The Path of Destinies, an action RPG that lets you choose your own path Game? Book? Or Both? 4 Visual Novels You Should Play Game? Book? Or Both? 4 Visual Novels You Should Play Do you like video games, but find yourself more drawn to the narrative than the gameplay elements? Read More and end up with one of 24 different endings.

The PS3 receives Hyper Void, a 3D space shooter, and Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops, an arcade shooter that looks like it was ripped right from mobile platforms.

Vita owners can download Color Guardians, a cutesy arcade platformer that tasks you with returning color to your world. The list caps off with VVVVVV, the excellent indie platformer whose retro difficulty is balanced with plenty of checkpoints. It’s a tiny game with tons of fun Less Is More: 5 Small Games That Are Big On Fun Less Is More: 5 Small Games That Are Big On Fun Hundred-hour games with loads of content are awesome, but sometimes you just want a focused, fun-filled experience. These 5 titles deliver just that. Read More to offer.

What do you think of the last free games for 2016? Let us know if you’ll be playing any of these titles this month!

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