Today Xbox released the list of upcoming games for Xbox Live members under their Games With Gold program. In an odd move, one of the Xbox One games carries over from last month, with a new addition. Hopefully once the game library builds up, it will go back to two games per month. As usual, Xbox 360 gets the standard two games but split over two weeks each. If you missed last month’s games, get them quick here. Xbox One For July, Xbox One carries over Max The Curse of Brotherhood, and gains Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championshipe Edition to the list. Max The Curse of Brotherhood: “Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is a classic action-adventure. At its core it is a platformer filled with puzzles. Max must start...
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