The lineup is led by the popular AAA title, "Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain".
If you don't own both an Xbox 360 and Xbox One you can still add all the games to your Xbox Live account. The Phantom Pain will also be available. Super Mega Baseball 2 is a little bit more niche, but Sega Vintage Collection: Streets of Rage (via BC) will surely appeal to those after some classic gaming with all three games included.
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The other Xbox One game on offer is a sports game, but don't scoff at it, because it's a blast to play. Originally released in the 1990s, the game was a staple of many Sega platforms for years. Super Mega Baseball 2 has redesigned characters (no longer cartoon-like) and a polished "mojo" buff and debuff system. Developed by Platinum Games, "Vanquish" is an action-packed third-person shooter video game with an intense pacing. While "Vanquish" received mixed reactions from critics, its stunning visuals and fast-paced action still makes it a great addition to any gamer's library. In the meantime, remember that all the Xbox 360 titles are playable on Xbox One as soon as they release thanks to the backwards compatibility program.
Xbox Games with Gold comes with an Xbox Live Gold subscription, available for just $9.99 a month. This month's games were entirely decent, with Jonathan Blow's brain-busting puzzle adventure The Witness and Assassin's Creed: Syndicate headlining.