Rumour – Is this June’s Games With Gold?

We're not so sure

This image seems to be doing the rounds on Internet forums, it supposedly shows Junes selection of Games with Gold. If this is true it will certainly leave Xbox One owners delighted, especially me.



The admittedly blurry picture reveals that Xbox One owners will get Ryse: Son Of Rome and Lichdom: Battlemage in June, Whilst Xbox 360 users will get Red Dead Redemption and Bioshock Infinite.

As stated by Microsoft all future 360 Game With Gold titles with be backwards compatible

Now we here at Out Of Lives are a little dubious of the images authenticity, mainly due to the mature symbol appearing on the Red Dead Redemption artwork (something that generally does not happen) but if Microsoft wanted to start their E3 month off with a bang, then this certainly would be the way to do it.

I’m personally disappointed that I’m still waiting for Pool Nation FX 2.




Writer, Editor, Risk Taker. Dave Wyatt is the 62nd Heir to the throne. Which throne? He won't tell us. We gave him the task of writing all the profiles and the about us section. As you can see it was a mistake. However we shall keep them because he is totally a handsome chap.
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    23 May 2016 at 4:48 pm
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    Nicely Done DAVE!

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