Games With Gold July Announced; Includes Assault Android and Splinter Cell Conviction
Microsoft reveals this month’s Games With Gold.
Microsoft have just unveiled this Month’s Games With Gold, giving Xbox One and Xbox 360 players a selection of free games for the month of July.
As usual, players can expect the standard of two Xbox One games and two Xbox 360 games. As with previous months, the Xbox 360 games are backward compatible, allowing you to play the Xbox 360 games on your Xbox One. Gamers can expect the cartoony twin-stick shooter Assault Android Cactus, puzzler Death Squared, 2010’s Splinter Cell Conviction, and Virtual Fighter 5 Final Showdown.
Assault Android Cactus
Play as android cop, Constable Cactus, or nine others as you blast a bevy of baddies to protect your spaceship in this thrilling twin-stick shooter. With a taut story line, non-stop bullet-play, and beautiful visuals, the action really ramps up in multiplayer and will leave you breathless.
Cooperation, communication, and robot explosions are the name of the game in this crafty puzzler. Solve 80 unique puzzles that range from elementary all the way up to Einstein genius. Fantastic narration, inventive levels, and four-player multiplayer really set this game apart.
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction
Return to the iconic role of Sam Fisher, this time a fugitive from the government he used to serve. Silently remove multiple opponents at once, obtain high-tech gadgets, and use the surrounding environment to investigate the corruption at the heart of his daughter’s murder. In addition, take part in the separate co-op adventure that adds to the replay value of this thrilling game.
Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown
Customize and fight as your favorite 17 characters from the Virtua Fighter franchise. This definitive version of the series includes overhauled mechanics, including “offensive mode,” a new strategic side-stepping ability to attack your enemy. Battle your way to the top and prove that you are the ultimate warrior.
What will you be downloading?