Xbox Games with Gold & Deals with Gold: February 2016


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For the month of February, Xbox Live Gold members will receive four new free games – two on Xbox One and two on Xbox 360 – as part of the Games with Gold program. You can play both Xbox 360 titles on your Xbox One with Backward Compatibility.

 

 

On Xbox One, Xbox Live Gold members can download Hand of Fate ($19.99 ERP) for free during the month of February. Styx: Master of Shadows ($29.99 ERP) will be available as a free download from February 16th to March 15th.

 

 

On Xbox 360, starting Monday, 01 February, Sacred Citadel ($9.99 ERP) will be free for Xbox Live Gold members through February 15th. Then on February 16th, Xbox Live Gold Members can download Gears of War 2 ($19.99 ERP) for free through February 29th

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Xbox Games with Gold & Deals with Gold: January 2016

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George P

If anyone is a lover of stealth games then Styx is totally worth it, I played it on the PC, very good.

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Here are this week’s games and add-on deals on the Xbox Games Store. Discounts are valid now through 08 February 2016.

 

This week also includes a publisher sale courtesy of EA.

 

Xbox One

 

CONTENT TITLE CONTENT TYPE DISCOUNT NOTES
Battlefield 4 Premium Add-On 60% / 50% EA Publisher Sale
Battlefield 4 Premium Edition Xbox One Game 60% / 50% EA Publisher Sale
Battlefield Hardline Deluxe Edition Xbox One Game 67% / 60% EA Publisher Sale
Battlefield Hardline Standard Edition Xbox One Game 67% / 60% EA Publisher Sale
Battlefield Hardline Ultimate Edition Xbox One Game 67% / 60% EA Publisher Sale
EA Sports NHL 16 Xbox One Game 67% / 60% EA Publisher Sale
EA SPORTS Rory McIlroy PGA TOUR Xbox One Game 60% / 50% EA Publisher Sale
F1 2015* Xbox One Game 60% DWG
FIFA 16 + PvZ Garden Warfare Xbox One Game 60% / 50% EA Publisher Sale
FIFA 16 Deluxe Edition + PvZ Garden Warfare Xbox One Game 50% / 40% EA Publisher Sale
FIFA 16 Super Deluxe Edition + PvZ Garden Warfare Xbox One Game 35% / 25% EA Publisher Sale
Instant Indie Collection: Vol. 1* Xbox One Game 50% DWG
Instant Indie Collection: Vol. 2* Xbox One Game 50% DWG
Just Dance 2016 Gold Edition* Xbox One Game 35% DWG
Madden NFL 16 Deluxe: Season Edition Xbox One Game 50% / 40% EA Publisher Sale
Madden NFL 16 Super Deluxe: Season Edition Xbox One Game 35% / 25% EA Publisher Sale
Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor Season Pass* Add-On 40% DWG
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor – Game of the Year Edition* Xbox One Game 40% DWG
Need for Speed Xbox One Game 67% / 60% EA Publisher Sale
Need For Speed Deluxe Edition Xbox One Game 67% / 60% EA Publisher Sale
Overlord: Fellowship of Evil* Xbox One Game 50% DWG
Pumped BMX + * Xbox One Game 50% DWG
Ryse: Legendery Edition* Xbox One Game 50% DWG
Star Wars Battlefront Xbox One Game 50% / 40% EA Publisher Sale
Star Wars Battlefront Deluxe Edition Xbox One Game 50% / 40% EA Publisher Sale
Star Wars Battlefront Ultimate Edition Xbox One Game 33% / 25% EA Publisher Sale
The Swapper* Xbox One Game 80% DWG
Toto Temple Deluxe* Xbox One Game 40% DWG
Watch_Dogs Complete Edition* Xbox One Game 50% DWG

 

 

Xbox 360

 

CONTENT TITLE CONTENT TYPE DISCOUNT NOTES
Army Of Two: The 40th Day Games On Demand 75% / 65% EA Publisher Sale
Bejeweled 2 (Back Compat) Arcade 50% / 40% EA Publisher Sale
Bulletstorm Games On Demand 75% / 65% EA Publisher Sale
Crysis 2 Games On Demand 80% / 70% EA Publisher Sale
Crysis 3 Games On Demand 80% / 70% EA Publisher Sale
Dragon Age 2 Games On Demand 80% / 70% EA Publisher Sale
EA SPORTS FIFA 16 Games On Demand 60% / 50% EA Publisher Sale
EA SPORTS NHL Legacy Edition Games On Demand 67% / 57% EA Publisher Sale
Feeding Frenzy (Back Compat) Arcade 50% / 40% EA Publisher Sale
Feeding Frenzy 2 (Back Compat) Arcade 50% / 40% EA Publisher Sale
Heavy Weapon (Back Compat) Arcade 50% / 40% EA Publisher Sale
Hitman HD Pack* Games On Demand 75% DWG
Hitman: Absolution* Games On Demand 75% DWG
Hitman: Blood Money* Games On Demand 75% DWG
Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning Games On Demand 80% / 70% EA Publisher Sale
Madden NFL 16 Games On Demand 67% / 57% EA Publisher Sale
NCAA Football 14 Games On Demand 75% / 65% EA Publisher Sale
Need For Speed Most Wanted Games On Demand 80% / 70% EA Publisher Sale
NFL Blitz Games On Demand 75% / 65% EA Publisher Sale
Peggle (Back Compat) Arcade 50% / 40% EA Publisher Sale
Skate 3 Games On Demand 75% / 65% EA Publisher Sale
Zuma (Back Compat) Arcade 50% / 40% EA Publisher Sale
Zuma’s Revenge (Back Compat) Arcade 50% / 40% EA Publisher Sale
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Also bonus this week for EA Access Members - NFL 16 coming to the Vault today

 

 

 

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I'll stick this here for now, because it hasn't been officially announced, but there are a lot of people saying that they're able to play Red Dead Redemption on their Xbox One as a Backward Compatible title. 

 

http://www.gamespot.com/articles/red-dead-redemption-comes-to-xbox-one-heres-how-to/1100-6434581/

 

MS Support have advised against it, but there's always someone wanting to take a risk :p

 

Either way, it looks to be coming very soon! Think this was one of the most wanted titles by users to really awesome news.

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George P

Good news for sure,  I bet they'll make it official soon. 

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Here are this week’s games and add-on deals on the Xbox Games Store. Discounts are valid now through 15 February 2016.

 

Xbox One

 

CONTENT TITLE CONTENT TYPE DISCOUNT NOTES
Deadpool Xbox One Game 40% DWG
Infinity Runner* Xbox One Game 50% / 50% Spotlight
Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime Xbox One Game 33% DWG
Mortal Kombat X Xbox One Game 45% DWG
NBA 2K16 Xbox One Game 33% DWG
NBA 2K16 200,000 VC Add-On 20% DWG
NBA 2K16 450,000 VC Add-On 30% DWG
NBA 2K16 Michael Jordan Special Edition Xbox One Game 40% DWG
Nova-111* Xbox One Game 67% / 67% Spotlight
Penarium Xbox One Game 33% DWG
Pinball FX2 Deadpool Table Add-On 50% DWG
Sheltered (Game Preview) Xbox One Game 33% DWG
World of Tanks Currency Big Bucks Pack* Add-On 25% / 25% Spotlight
World of Tanks Currency Mega Pack* Add-On 25% / 25% Spotlight
World of Tanks Currency Quick Cash Pack* Add-On 25% / 25% Spotlight

 

Xbox 360

 

CONTENT TITLE CONTENT TYPE DISCOUNT NOTES
Deadpool Games On Demand 60% DWG
Dragon Age: Origins Games On Demand 70% DWG
Dragon Age: Origins – Awakening Add-On 75% DWG
Marvel: Ultimate Alliance Games On Demand 75% DWG
Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 Games On Demand 75% DWG
NBA 2K16 Games On Demand 50% DWG
NBA 2K16 – Blue Diamond Bling Pack Games On Demand 50% DWG
NBA 2K16 – Gold Bling Pack Games On Demand 50% DWG
NBA 2K16 – Platinum Bling Pack Games On Demand 50% DWG
NBA 2K16 – Spanish Commentary Pack Add-On 50% DWG
Pinball FX2 Deadpool Table Add-On 50% DWG
Skate 2 Games On Demand 67% DWG
skate. Games On Demand 67% DWG
World of Tanks Currency Big Bucks Pack* Add-On 25% / 25% Spotlight
World of Tanks Currency Mega Pack* Add-On 25% / 25% Spotlight
World of Tanks Currency Quick Cash Pack* Add-On 25% / 25% Spotlight
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More BC titles announced today

 

  • Trials HD
  • Sam and Max
  • Alan Wake's American Nightmare
  • Lego Batman

 

 

Along with the bundle for Quantum Break announced today (which comes with Alan Wake) I'm sure we'll be seeing Alan Wake on that list too. 

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George P

I bet this is a step into doing Alan Wake 2 later, I have a feeling that'll be the next remedy title for 2017 unless they feel like doing a bit more DLC type work on QB after it's released.

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Galaga(?) has been added to Xbox Backward Compatibility 

 

 

 

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Here are this week’s games and add-on deals on the Xbox Games Store. Discounts are valid now through 22 February 2016.

 

Xbox One

 

CONTENT TITLE CONTENT TYPE DISCOUNT NOTES
Forza Motorsport 5: Racing Game of the Year Edition Xbox One Game 40% DWG
Forza Motorsport 6 VIP Add-On 50% DWG
Madden NFL 16 Xbox One Game 50% DWG
Madden NFL 16 Deluxe: Season Edition Xbox One Game 40% DWG
Madden NFL 16 Super Deluxe: Season Edition Xbox One Game 30% DWG
Need for Speed Rivals: Complete Edition Xbox One Game 67% DWG
Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty Xbox One Game 60% DWG
Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty – Alf’s Escape DLC Add-On 60% DWG
Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition Xbox One Game 75% DWG
Yasai Ninja Xbox One Game 50% DWG
Zoo Tycoon & ScreamRide Fun Pack Xbox One Game 50% DWG

 

Xbox 360

 

CONTENT TITLE CONTENT TYPE DISCOUNT NOTES
Dark Souls II Games On Demand 30% DWG
Digimon All-Star Rumble Games On Demand 30% DWG
Dragon Ball Xenoverse Games On Demand 40% DWG
Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD Collection Games On Demand 67% DWG
Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Tenkaichi Games On Demand 67% DWG
Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z Games On Demand 67% DWG
Forza Horizon Season Pass Add-On 60% DWG
Madden NFL 16 Games On Demand 50% DWG
Naruto Full Burst Add-On 50% DWG
NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM Revolution Games On Demand 40% DWG
Need for Speed Rivals Games On Demand 75% DWG
Need for Speed Rivals: Complete Edition Bundle Pack Add-On 80% DWG
Tales of Vesperia  Games On Demand 50% DWG
The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct Games On Demand 80% DWG
Tomb Raider Games On Demand 75% DWG
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Here are this week’s games and add-on deals on the Xbox Games Store. Discounts are valid now through 29 February 2016. There's a 2K publisher sale on this week too. 

 

Xbox One

CONTENT TITLE CONTENT TYPE DISCOUNT NOTES
Adventures of Pip Xbox One Game 50% DWG
Borderlands: The Handsome Collection* Xbox One Game 60% / 50% 2K Pub Sale
Call of Duty: Black Ops III Xbox One Game 33% DWG
Call of Duty: Black Ops III Digital Deluxe Edition Xbox One Game 20% DWG
Dragon Ball Xenoverse Xbox One Game 40% DWG
Evolve Digital Deluxe* Xbox One Game 67% / 60% 2K Pub Sale
Evolve Hunting Season 1* Add-On 60% / 50% 2K Pub Sale
Evolve Hunting Season 2* Add-On 60% / 50% 2K Pub Sale
Evolve* Xbox One Game 67% / 60% 2K Pub Sale
Metro 2033 Redux Xbox One Game 75% DWG
Metro Redux Bundle Xbox One Game 75% DWG
Metro: Last Light Redux Xbox One Game 75% DWG
Saints Row IV: Re-Elected Xbox One Game 60% DWG
Saints Row IV: Re-Elected & Gat out of Hell Xbox One Game 75% DWG
Saints Row: Gat out of Hell Xbox One Game 60% DWG
The Escapists Xbox One Game 67% DWG
The Escapists DLC Bundle Add-On 67% DWG
The Escapists: Alcatraz* Add-On 33% Spotlight
The Escapists: Duct Tapes Are Forever* Add-On 33% Spotlight
The Escapists: Escape Team* Add-On 33% Spotlight
The Long Dark Xbox One Game 25% DWG
WWE 2K16 Digital Deluxe* Xbox One Game 40% / 30% 2K Pub Sale
WWE 2K16 Season Pass* Add-On 20% / 10% 2K Pub Sale
WWE 2K16* Xbox One Game 33% / 25% 2K Pub Sale

 

Xbox 360

 

CONTENT TITLE CONTENT TYPE DISCOUNT NOTES
BioShock 2* Games On Demand 67% / 57% 2K Pub Sale
BioShock Infinite Season Pass* Add-On 67% / 57% 2K Pub Sale
BioShock Infinite* Games On Demand 67% / 57% 2K Pub Sale
BioShock* Games On Demand 67% / 57% 2K Pub Sale
Borderlands 2 Season Pass* Add-On 67% / 57% 2K Pub Sale
Borderlands 2* Games On Demand 67% / 57% 2K Pub Sale
Borderlands: The Pre-sequel Season Pass* Add-On 67% / 57% 2K Pub Sale
Borderlands: The Pre-sequel* Games On Demand 67% / 57% 2K Pub Sale
Call of Duty: Black Ops III – Bundle Games On Demand 40% DWG
Civilization Revolution* Games On Demand 80% / 70% 2K Pub Sale
Dead Island Games On Demand 80% DWG
Dead Island Riptide Games On Demand 80% DWG
Escape Dead Island Games On Demand 80% DWG
Gears of War 2: All Fronts Collection Add-On 67% DWG
Gears of War 3 Season Pass Add-On 67% DWG
Metro 2033 Games On Demand 75% DWG
Metro: Last Light Games On Demand 75% DWG
Saints Row Games On Demand 80% DWG
Saints Row 2 Games On Demand 80% DWG
Saints Row IV Games On Demand 75% DWG
Saints Row: Gat out of Hell Games On Demand 70% DWG
Saints Row: The Third Games On Demand 75% DWG
Spec Ops: The Line* Games On Demand 80% / 70% 2K Pub Sale
WWE 2K16 Season Pass* Add-On 20% / 10% 2K Pub Sale
WWE 2K16* Games On Demand 50% / 40% 2K Pub Sale
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