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Xbox Game Pass Now Available For Gold Members (Full Game List Included)

Xbox Game Pass was one of those things for Xbox One that was always going to happen after the success of EA Access. The current trend of companies offering a subscription-based service which offers new and old owners of the console games to play is only something I can see growing bigger as time goes on. Places like Activision and Ubisoft spring to mind right off the top of my head, with both of these publishers having a huge amount of games and early play opportunities that gamers would snap up I think.

Those with an Xbox Live gold membership can try out this service now with a 14-day free trial, with the cost of the service being just £7.99/$9.99 if you decide to stick around after this. Those with just an Xbox Live Account will be able to try out Game Pass when it becomes available to all on June 1st.

The games on offer early on are very indie and BC heavy in my eyes so those expecting a bunch of AAA games right away may not be happy with the games on offer. You can find a full list below of all the games currently available with the service.

Xbox One Games
Blood Bowl
Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons
Defense Grid 2
D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die
DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive
Gears Of War: Ultimate Edition
Electronic Super Joy
Farming Simulator 15
Halo 5
Halo: Spartan Assault
Jumpjet Rex
Knight Squad
Layers Of Fear
Mad Max
Massive Chalice
Max: The Curse Of Brotherhood
Mega Coin Squad
Mega Man Legacy Collection
NBA 2K16
Payday 2: Crimewave
Pumped BMX +
Resident Evil 0
Saints Row IV: Re-Elected
Shantae And The Pirate Curse
Sunset Overdrive
Super Mega Baseball: Extra Innings
Super Time Force
The Book Of Unwritten Tales 2
The Golf Club
The Swapper
WWE 2K16

Xbox 360 Games
A Kingdom For Keflings
A World Of Keflings
Age Of Booty
Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts
Bionic Commando Rearmed 2
Bioshock 1/2/Infinite
Bound By Flame
Capcom Arcade Cabinet
Comix Zone
Comic Jumper
Dark Void
De Blob 2
Defense Grid
Dig Dug
Double Dragon Neon
Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles Of Mystara
Fable III
Final Fight: Double Impact
Galaga Legions DX
Gears Of War 1/2/3/ Judgment
Grid 2
Hexic 2
Iron Brigade
Jetpac Refuelled
Joe Danger Special Edition
Joe Danger 2: The Movie
Joy Ride Turbo
LEGO Batman
Metal Slug 3
Monday Night Combat
Ms. Splosion Man
MX vs ATV Reflex
Neogeo Battle Coliseum
Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising
PAC-MAN Museum
Perfect Dark Zero
Sacred 3
Sam & Max Beyond Time
Sam & Max Save The World
Samurai Shodown II
Sega Vintage Collection: Alex Kidd
Sega Vintage Collection: Golden Axe
Sega Vintage Collection: Monster World
Sega Vintage Collection: Streets Of Rage
SoulCalibur II HD
Splosion Man
Tekken Tag Tournament 2
King Of Fighters 98 Ultimate Match
The Maw
Toy Soldiers
Toy Soldiers: Cold War
Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown
Viva Pinata
Viva Pinata: Trouble In Paradise
XCOM: Enemy Within


  1. Thx Tony. I've been too lazy to look up the list!


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