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Xbox Live Games With Gold Offers Crimson Dragon, Dishonored

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Microsoft will add Xbox One games to its Games with Gold offerings in August, offering "free" downloads through an Xbox Live subscription on the platform joined by two Xbox 360 games.

On August 1st, Crimson Dragon and Strike Suit Zero: Director's Cut will replace the current Xbox One software while from August 1st to 15th, Xbox 360 gamers can download Motocross Madness. From August 16th to August 31st, Xbox 360 players holding on to the platform can get the fantastic Dishonored.

For more, check out Microsoft's Xbox Wire.
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