Labor Day is almost upon us and that means staying inside to play some games. On that front, Xbox Games With Gold has you covered. Here are the titles heading to the service for the month of September. Remember you must be an Xbox Live Gold Subscriber to download monthly games on your Xbox One and/or Xbox 360.
Starting with Xbox One we have Prison Architect, a management sim that was regarded fairly well by critics and consumers alike. This title will be available from September 1st to the 30th.
Next is Livelock, a cooperative, top-down shooter in which you alone (or with a friend) work to break the cycle of infinite war between machines. Assuming control of a Hex, Vanguard, or Catalyst chassis, fight to unlock Eden and revive humanity. Look out for this game September 16 and make sure to have it downloaded by October 15.
Moving over to Xbox 360 (which by the way, the following titles are backward compatible on Xbox One) we have Lego Star Wars 3: The Clone Wars. This title puts you in the shoes of adorable Star Wars minifigs as you follow the story arc of the film that kicked off the television show as well as certain episodes from some of the earlier seasons. This game will be available from September 1st to 15th.
Finally, rounding out the delightful package is the Sega Vintage Collection: Monster World. Take control of protagonist Shion and work to rid the regions of Monster World of hostile foes with an assortment of swords, shields, and armor. As you progress, all your armor and weapons will become more powerful allowing you to take on even more dangerous foes.
That rounds out Xbox’s Games With Gold for the month of September. While not as full of AAA quality as Playstation’s offerings this month, Xbox nonetheless is providing more bang for your buck with four titles instead of Playstation’s two.
Let us know what you think of the picks for Xbox’s Games With Gold for the month of September!
Anthony is into all things video games, television and film. He’s also a Star Wars and Marvel nerd and will jump at the chance to talk about either. Since the wee age of 3, when his Dad introduced him to his first computer game, Anthony has never stopped playing. He thanks Super Mario World and Super Mario Bros. 3 for making him the gamer he is today.