Black Friday 2019: How to get Free Games with Amazon Prime

Most gamers know that they can download free games through a PS Plus or Xbox Gold membership – however, did you know the same applies to your Amazon Prime membership?

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If you’re a Prime member, you’ll be able to download all the games below!

Darksiders II: Deathinitive Edition

Kicking things off this month is Darksiders II: Deathinitive Edition, an RPG adventure game where you play as Death, one of the four horsemen of the apocalypse. 

Darksiders II is a hack and slash action-adventure video game developed by Vigil Games, published by THQ

The Deathinitive Edition received a 7.5/10 rating from IGN, and includes the remastered game in 1080p, with improved graphics and all DLC.

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Be warned though – your triumphs are rewarded with demonic brutality.

Not so bad for a freebie.

Planet Alpha

Alternatively, you can get stranded on an alien world in Planet Alpha, a 2D puzzle game where you play as an unnamed space explorer on a mysterious, beautiful planet. 

Planet Alpha combines fast platforming, puzzles and stealth elements with an unique art-style to create an unforgettable experience

The puzzles are relatively simple, but the stunning locations of Planet Alpha will stick with you for a long time.

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There’s great pleasure to be found in navigating the planet’s harsh terrain and admiring the aesthetic of the vistas.

Sword Legacy: Omen

Several other free games are available in November, such as a tactical RPG set within a reimagined universe of King Arthur, Sword Legacy: Omen

Survive intense turn-based combat in this tactical RPG as you travel Broken Britannia

Embark on a brutal adventure through Broken Britannia as Uther, a vengeful knight aided by Merlin, an eldritch sorcerer, in search of the long-lost Excalibur.

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