Microsoft revealed its Xbox Games With Gold for the month of August, meaning there’s still a few days left to download Guacamelee, Max: The Curse of Brotherhood, and BattleBlock Theater, which were July’s games.
For August 1 – August 31, Crimson Dragon for the Xbox One will be available on the platform. In the same time frame, Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut will also be available for the Xbox One
And for Aug. 1 – Aug. 15, Motocross Madness for the Xbox 360 will be out. And during the next time period from Aug. 16 – Aug. 31, the popular Dishonored will then be available for the Xbox 360.
“Crimson Dragon, originally an Xbox One launch title, and acts as a spiritual successor to the much-beloved Panzer Dragoon saga. It’s a fast-paced rail shooter set in a beautiful fantasy world, where you can join with up to three other players for online co-op battles,” reads a description for Crimson Dragon.
For Strike Suit Zero, “You take on the role of a pilot of the titular suit, flying it against aggressors in epic space battles. One of the key hooks is that you are only a small part of these battles, with huge ships duking it out around you, and your objectives within them clearly defined – but it’s up to you to accomplish them as you see fit.”
Strike Suit Zero and Crimson Dragon replace Max: The Curse of Brotherhood and Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition.
For Motocross Madness, “Asynchronous multiplayer via social networks means you can involve your friends, even if they’re off doing something else while you’re playing.”
With Dishonored, “Tou play Corvo, erstwhile bodyguard of the Empress, turned assassin. Your job is to protect the princess, take out the bad guys who are trying to take over the Empire, and do it all undetected.”