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Xbox Games with Gold Full List (Updated 30th December 2015)

Games With Gold List

Complete Games List

Only one game is available at a time, so check the release date column to see the current free game. The list below shows every game released in the Games with Gold program. If you’re unsure how Games With Gold works, we’ve written a FAQ that tells you everything you need to know. Free Xbox One games will be given in 2014.

Latest update 1st October 2014

Games with Gold Release Date
Original Release Date
Original Price
D4 - Dark Dreams Don't Die S11st January 201519th September 2014£11.99
MXvs ATV Alive1st January 201510th May 2011£39.99
The Witcher 216th January 201517th May 2011£39.99
Worms Battlegrounds1st December 201430th May 2014£20.99
The Raven - Legacy of a Master Thief1st December 20144th December 2013£7.99
SSX16th December 201428th February 2012£44.99
Volgarr the Viking1st November 20141st November 2014n/a
Red Faction: Guerilla1st November 20145th July 2011£39.99
Viva Pinata: Trouble in Paradise16th November 20142nd September 2008£39.99
Chariot1st October 20141st October 2014n/a
Battlefield: Bad Company 21st October 20145th March 2010£39.99
Darksiders 216th October 201414th August 2012£39.99
Super Time Force1st September 201414th May 2014£11.99
Monaco1st September 201410th May 2013£9.99
Halo:Reach16th September 201414th September 2010£44.99
Crimson Dragon1st August 201422nd November 2013£15.99
Strike Suit Zero1st August 20148th April 2014£15.99
Motocross Madness1st August 201410th April 2013£6.75
Dishonored16th August 201412th October 2012£39.99
Guacamelee Super Turbo Championship Edition2nd July 20142nd July 2014n/a
Battleblock Theatre 16th July 20143rd April 2013£9.99
Gotham City Imposters1st July 20148th February 2012£9.99
Halo: Spartan Assault (Xbox One)3rd June 201424th December 2013£11.99
Max: The Curse of Brotherhood (Xbox One)3rd June 201420th December 2013£11.99
Dark Souls1st June 201430th October 2011£39.99
Charlie Murder16th June 201414th August 2013800 Microsoft Points
Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition16th June 201424th June 2011£29.99
Saints Row: The Third16th May 201418th November 2011£39.99
Dust: An Elysian Tail1st May 20415 August 20121200 Microsoft Points
DeadLight16th April 20141st August 20121200 Microsoft Points (£9.99)
Hitman: Absolution1st April 201420th November 2012£39.99
Dungeon Defenders16th March 201419th October 20111200 Microsoft Points (£9.99)
Sid Meier's Civilzation Revolution1st March 201413th June 2008£39.99
Toy Soldiers: Cold War16th February 201417th August 20111200 Microsoft points
Dead Island1st February 20149th January 2011£39.99
Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light16th January 201418th August 20101200 Microsoft points
Sleeping Dogs1st January 201417th August 2012£39.99
Shoot Many Robots16th December 2013March 14th 2012800 Microsoft Points (£6.99)
Gears of WarGears of War1st December 2013November 17th 2006£39.99
Iron Brigade15th November 201322nd June 2011£6.75
A World of Keflings1st November 201322nd December 2010£6.75
Halo 316th October 201325th September 2007£49.99
Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes1st October 201313th April 20111200 Microsoft Points
Rainbow Six: Vegas16th September 201322nd November 2006£39.99
Magic the Gathering 20131st September 201330th June 2012800 Microsoft Points
Dead Rising 2 (including Case Zero DLC)16th August 201325th September 2010£39.99
Crackdown1st August 201320th February 2007£39.99
Assassin’s Creed 216th July 201317th November 2009£39.99
Defense Grid: The Awakening1st July 20131st December 2008800 Microsoft Points
Fable 310th June 201329th October 2010£39.99

Games with Gold

Games with Gold is an initiative from Microsoft to reward Xbox Live Gold subscribers with free games. The service currently offers two free games per month, released on the 1st and 16th of the month and all you have to do to receive them is be an active Xbox Live Gold member.


Here are the key features:

  • Requires Xbox Live Gold membership
  • Two free games released per month (no additional charge or Xbox Gift Cards required).
  • Only one free game available at any given time
  • Free games available on the 1st and 16th of each month
  • Free game must be downloaded during the offer period
  • Games can be kept forever, even if your Xbox Live Gold membership expires
  • Once downloaded for free, games can be redownloaded at any point in the future at no charge
  • Games with Gold will run on Xbox 360 and Xbox One indefinitely

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A Guide to Videogaming Marathons

We’ve all had epic videogame sessions: long weekends spent blasting away aliens online or fulfilling our fantasies of being a premier league superstar. But what if you want to take your gaming sessions to the next level? How do you do that?

In recent years, videogame marathons have become more and more popular as a way for gamers to raise money for charity by doing what they love most. From personal gaming challenges for a local cause to full-on organised team events spanning the globe, playing games for extended periods is a great way for gaming to do some good in the world.

Earlier this year, I took on the challenge of playing Fifa 15 for over 48 hours non-stop in order to set a new Guinness World Record and raise money for the amazing Special Effect charity. So I thought I’d share my experience in order to help anyone who’s thinking of doing a videogame marathon in the future.


Here’s a few of the key things that I learned to help you through your horrific ordeal awesome fun times:

1. Know Your Limits

Playing your favourite game for an extended amount of time may sound easy at first, but there’s a hell of a lot of things that you have to consider when playing for this massive length of time.

Things like fatigue and morale are massively important especially for longer sessions. The longer you play the harder it will become to maintain concentration and you will start to forget what was ever fun about playing videogames. Your reaction times will also decrease dramatically so it’s worth planning ahead in regards to what game modes you’re going to play during the later stages. I gave myself breaks from the main game by occasionally opening up FIFA packs.

Don’t underestimate the physical toll this will take on your body. Towards the end of my Fifa session my hands had swollen so badly I was barely able to hold a controller. By the second day, one of my support staff called a doctor to make sure I wasn’t permanently injuring myself (I wasn’t, but the thought of never being able to play Fifa again no longer fills me with horror).

2. Pick Your Game(s) Carefully

One of the reasons I decided to take on Fifa was that at it’s core, it’s pretty simple to play. While you don’t HAVE to be any good at the game you choose, no-one wants to spend 24 hours getting hammered by their opponents. It’s just not good for morale. So look at games that feature a non competitive multiplayer mode or maybe some co-op to get friends involved


If you’re going for an official world record than there will be restrictions as to what games and modes you can play, but charity events like Extra Life allow you to choose whatever game you like. Take advantage and pick a game that has multiple game modes in order to provide some variety.

3. Get The Right Team

As with anything in life, it’s important to surround yourself with the very best people. This is hugely important, especially if you’re going for an official world record. Guinesses’ guidelines are very strict on just who you can have in your support team; you can’t just pick a selection of your friends and family to step in and you need at least one expert witness.

For non world record sessions it’s still pretty important to have the right people around you. For starters, an understanding partner will go a long way if you’re planning to park yourself in front of the living room TV for the best part of a weekend.

I was incredibly lucky to have a great team in place for my marathon, especially in the latter stages when things got really tough for everyone. I will openly admit that it was my team that had the most difficult job throughout, all I had to do was play games while they had to manage all of the paperwork and technical issues, as well as deal with any members of the public who wanted to get involved.


4. Choose the Right Place

If you’re going to settle in for a long session of anything then it’s important to be as comfortable as possible – not too comfortable mind, we don’t want you falling asleep midway.

Most gaming marathons can be done in the comfort of your own home. However, world record attempts must be done in a public venue so make sure you can find somewhere suitable that is willing to host you for that amount of time. Mine took place in London’s premier gaming themed bar, The Loading Bar. Even then, make sure to think about things like decent wi-fi and enough power outlets.


5. It’s Not All Red Bull & Pizza

It may “give you wings” but Red Bull isn’t necessary the best thing to use to keep you going through the night. For one thing it’ll dramatically increase the number of visits you’ll make to the bathroom. Alcohol, with its drowsiness-inducing effects, is obviously a no go for serious marathons too.

I tried using energy drinks throughout my marathon and had mixed results. Monster Energy made me feel ill and gave me a sore throat, despite me having no issues drinking it previously. in the end I went with a couple of large bottles of Lucozade to keep me going.

My support team constantly kept me motivated and awake far more than the energy drinks. By the end, we were quizzing each other about random things in order to keep our minds awake. That, and the the inspiring heartfelt ballads of Taylor Swift

6. Don’t Panic If things Go Wrong

Obviously, if you’re doing a personal marathon from home then there’s not much that can go wrong, bar maybe a power cut or an impromptu drop-in from the in-laws. However, if you’re doing an official record attempt then there’s a hell of a lot of planning and effort that goes into things to make sure it complies with all of the official rules (every toilet break was timed, key moments had to be filmed, volunteers had to be constantly awake etc etc etc). Nothing would be quite so heart breaking as everyone putting all that effort in over 48 hours to later be told it’s disqualified.


7. Be Grateful

The hardest part for me was putting together my support team in accordance with Guinesses’ strict guidelines. Getting strangers to volunteer their own time for little to no reward is a big ask even for the most charitable. There’s no way I would have lasted the full time without their support, insults and general tomfoolery. I was also incredibly lucky to get this opportunity to support one of my favourite charities. Be grateful! You get to play videogames for 24 hours+ straight!


Are you planning a gaming marathon? let us know. or maybe you’re thinking of having a crack at a world record of your own? feel free to get in touch for any advice or even if you need an expert witness :)

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How To Redeem A Call Of Duty: Ghosts Xbox 360/Xbox One Combo Pack Code

Here at GamePointsNow we’ve had a few customers who have had trouble redeeming the Call of Duty: Ghosts Xbox 360/Xbox One combo pack codes.

As the codes aren’t quite like your average Xbox game digital code we thought we’d put up a handy guide for anyone having trouble accessing their games on either platform.


First of all there are a couple of things to bear in mind when redeeming the codes:

i) The Call of Duty: Ghosts codes CANNOT be redeemed on an Xbox One console. You will require access to your Gamertag on an Xbox 360 console or on a PC

ii) It is a single code that grants you a copy Call of Duty: Ghosts for BOTH systems which will be tied to the Gamertag used to redeem the code. You cannot gift one version to someone else. you will however be able to play both versions whenever you want

iii) The code grants you access to the Call of Duty: Ghosts Gold edition which comes with some added extras which will be available to you in game

Here’s how to redeem your code and access both versions:

1) The easiest way is to redeem the code via Load it up in your browser of choice and sign into your account


2) Once signed in highlight your Gamertag in the top right corner and a drop down menu with “Redeem Code” should appear. Click Redeem Code


3) Once on this page simply click Redeem


4) Here just enter your 25 digit code exactly as it appears in your email from us. If you’re having trouble reading it let us know and we can type it out again for you. Once you’ve entered your code hit Confirm


5) You will then see a screen confirming the product you have redeemed a code for. Hit Confirm again to continue


6) You’ll then be notified that the code has redeemed successfully


Now to download your games


For the Xbox 360 version all you need to do is boot up your console and press the guide button once signed in

Scroll to the right of the Xbox Guide until you see Account Management and press A


Then on this screen select Download History and press A again


You should then see Call of Duty: Ghosts ready and waiting for you to download just highlight it and press A


Then select Download Again to begin the download


For the Xbox One version there are two ways you can access your game either through or via the console itself.


To access it via simply navigate to the Xbox One game marketplace on the website and select Call of Duty: Ghosts. You should notice that the price has changed to 0.00. Simply click Buy Now for Xbox One and the game will be sat waiting for you in the ” My games and apps section” next time you turn on your system. If your console is set correctly it will even download itself for you


To access it via the Xbox One console simply scroll right on the Xbox One dashboard and select the Games tab for the store

Then use the search function to find Call of Duty: Ghosts. It should then display as FREE so simply hit Buy and confirm your purchase and the download will start (it’s a hefty one though)


And that’s it, enjoy your game. if you have any other issues feel free to contact one of our customer support team who will be happy to help you.


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GamePointsNow E3 Predictions – Microsoft

So it’s that time of year again where gamers the world over get excited for all the big announcements coming out of gaming’s biggest trade show – E3.

With the usual bout of leaks & rumours doing the rounds, we at GamePointsNow thought it’d be fun to speculate on the things we expect from the big names this year.


To say Microsoft has had a tough year would be an understatement. It seems that they can’t do right for doing wrong lately, with the collective fingers of the internet going for their throat at every opportunity. After last year’s infamous ‘reversals’ there have been quite a few changes over at the Redmond campus, now headed up by the no-nonsense Phil Spencer.

Already Spencer has made sweeping changes, principally by making Kinect an optional purchase and lifting some of the Xbox Live barriers. Xbox is promising that this year is all about the games, so hopefully there will be less of the US centric TV apps that met much centre stage derision last year.

Here’s what we’d like to see from Microsoft’s E3 conference.
Black Tusk’s Gears of War – CGI


Ever since Microsoft announced it was putting together a studio of top talent, an awful lot of expectation has been placed upon Black Tusk’s shoulders. At last year’s E3 the Vancouver based studio got to showcase their “Shangheist” tech demo, but this year they should have a lot more to show.

When Microsoft picked up the rights to the Gears of War series earlier this year, they quickly announced that development duties had been passed onto Black Tusk. While it’s probably too early to see actual gameplay, we expect to at least see some form of CGI trailer with a sneak peek at a potential setting; fingers crossed for a prequel set in the Pendulum Wars.


It wouldn’t be a Microsoft event without some mention of Halo, but this year could feature more of the Chief than you can handle. Strangely, they decided to announce possibly the biggest Halo of them all (Halo 5: Guardians) before the big event, leaving us to wonder what other Halo related goodies they have held back.

It’s likely we’ll finally see the worst kept secret in gaming officially announced in the form of Halo: The Master Chief Collection. It was initially rumoured that we would see just Halo 2 given the next-gen treatment, but now it seems that we’ll be getting Halo 1-4 for the Xbox One later this year along with a Beta for Halo 5 at some point next year.

Release Dates


At last year’s presser, Microsoft showed teases for a number of games like Quantum Break, Fable Legends and Sunset Overdrive. This year we can expect to see a lot more of them, so expect extensive gameplay demos and some release dates.

Happily, we predict that the vast majority will probably be released this year; with the likes of Below and D4 between now and September, and Sunset Overdrive not long after. Quantum Break is likely to fill the late October prime slot while Fable Legends will probably appear in 2015

New, Old Stuff


Microsoft have promised that this E3 is all about the games and so you can expect a slew of new game announcements. We expect to see the return of Crackdown, as well as a follow up to racer Forza Horizon. Crackdown 3 would likely be developed by Ruffian Games and release sometime next year, while we could see the much rumoured Forza Horizon 2 from Playground Games announced for September this year.

Third Party Blowout


As with every Microsoft event, we can expect to see a whole host of third party publishers showing their wares. Head of Xbox Phil Spencer has publicly stated that there will be a range of third party stuff on show. We expect that most of this will be stuff already announced or expected like Call of Duty: Advance Warfare and Fifa 15, but there could still be a few surprises.

In 2012 Square-Enix showed off Tomb Raider at the Microsoft gig, so it wouldn’t be that surprising for them reveal the follow up they’ve admitted that Crystal Dynamics are working on – or maybe even the next Deus Ex. Epic RPG The Witcher 3 was shown last year so maybe we could a deeper look at that. Talking of epic, we can only hope that we’ll finally get to see something on Fallout 4 – even if it’s just a logo and someone admitting it’s in development.



Despite holding their own event not long after Microsoft, Electronic Arts always have a big presence at Microsoft’s event. The big game from them this year is expected to be Star Wars: Battlefront III so expect to see an on stage demo of that along with some gameplay of Mirror’s Edge 2.

However, it remains to be seen if EA will be able to resist the temptation to roll out former Uncharted director Amy Hennig onto the stage to reveal the as yet unannounced Star Wars title she’s currently helming at Visceral.

Titanfall DLC & More


This one’s a given, surely. The Xbox One’s killer app at present still has two lots of unannounced DLC. With the first Expedition pack sized at a disappointingly small three maps, we’re hoping that something more significant will be revealed for the future content. Maybe even the much talked about extra modes.

Talking of DLC, E3 could be the perfect place for Microsoft to reveal details of the planned Killer Instinct Season Two. After original developer Double Helix was purchased by Amazon for their new games division, development duties have passed to Divekick developer Iron Galaxy Studios, so it’d be good to see what’s coming next for the free to play fighter.

The Rest


While it’s ‘all about the games’, there’s still bound to be a few mentions of things like Smartglass and the upcoming Xbox TV programming. The Xbox 360 is sure to get some love too, so expect to see a few games showcased for the last generation such as Borderlands The Pre-Sequel and Tales From The Borderlands.

Also, it’s probable that we’ll see Microsoft’s world building tool/game Project Spark shown in some capacity too, probably highlighting all the cool things the community has been doing with the beta.

So that’s how we think/hope the Microsoft showcase will go down. What would you like to see announced? Let us know in the comments below.

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Xbox One Game Install Sizes

With the release of the next generation consoles it’s clear that Microsoft has one eye on a purely digital future with day and date digital releases. But with only a 500GB hard drive included in the Xbox One console and mandatory installs for every title (and 132GB reserved for the OS), just how long is it going to take to fill it up?

We at GamePointsNow have produced a reference guide for all Xbox One releases to date*

*Intitial downloads only, correct at date of publication. Further patches may be required [

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Total storage space required* – 571.30GB

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How to update your Xbox One controller

Microsoft has finally rolled out its second update for the Xbox One, bringing with it improvements to the party/friends system and Twitch streaming integration (finally).


It also introduces some refinements for the Xbox One controller which make it more precise than ever before, especially when playing FPS titles like the upcoming Titanfall. Unfortunately your controller won’t update itself when the console does so you need to do it manually.

Here’s a quick guide how to do it:

1. Once your Xbox One is all updated, sign into your gamertag and head to the My Games & Apps section


2.Then scroll left and down to the Apps menu


3.Before scrolling right along to the settings app


4.Once in settings you need to click the icon that says system


5.Then you should notice a new option to update controller


6.Before you hit continue you need to connect your controller to the console via a micro USB cable, any will do ( we used the one that comes with the PS4 but sssh)


7.Once connected hit continue and the update will begin


8.The update itself takes just over a minute, so you can soon be back gaming


9.And that’s it you’re all done, simply repeat the process for any additional controllers



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How to Redeem a typed code on Xbox One (without using Kinect)

We know you can redeem codes on Xbox One using Kinect/QR codes, but do you know how to redeem a 25 character code the conventional way by typing the code in with controller?

In short, to manually redeem an Xbox One code simply:

1. Scroll right to ‘Games’.

2. Select ‘Use a code’

3. Manually type the code in

4. Confirm your code.

5. Enjoy your new content :)

Alternatively, you can check out our handy video guide:

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How to Get Injustice: Gods Among Us for FREE on Xbox Live (Act Quick!)

Injustice: Gods Among Us, the superhero fighting game from the makers of Mortal Kombat, is currently FREE to Xbox Live customers in Costa Rica (Gold account AND Free accounts). But guess what? You don’t actually have to live there.

Get this game for free! Zilch! Nada!

Get this game for free! Zilch! Nada!

You can create a temporary Xbox Live account registered in Costa Rica, start the download, then change it back to a European one and still play the game. Here’s the full set of instructions:

Not sure how long this will work for so act FAST, guys. It’s totally legit, just a current offer for Costa Rican Xbox Live customers that you can take advantage of:

Update: People are reporting an error from the Costa Rican store, but the game is also free in Slovakia and appears to be working there still.

Update 2: Sorry guys, but this glitch is no longer working. Congratulations if you managed to snag the game and hope you enjoy it!

1. Create a new email address (I recommend making an one) and create a new Windows Live account with this email address and set Costa Rico Slovakia as your region.

2. On your Xbox 360, create a new Gamertag profile with Costa Rica Slovakia as your region.

3. Use the newly created Outlook address as your email.

4. In the store, press Y to begin a search.

5. Search for ‘Injustice’. This should display the demo (around 400MB) and the full game (around 8GB). Make sure you download the full game.

6. You could download the game now, but it will be very slow, so you want to migrate your temporary Xbox Gamertag account back to your home country on this account migration page (it’s an easy to follow one minute process. Make sure you sign into your temporary Costa Rican Slovakian account)

7. You’ve probably now been signed out of your temporary account on your Xbox. Sign back into it, and you’ll see that you now have your home store AND Injustice is in the queue. Once downloaded, you can play the game on any Xbox Gamertag on your console.

8. Enjoy the game and spread this blog post!

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Can I Still Redeem Microsoft Points Cards?

The Microsoft Points Logo

On the 27th August 2013, Microsoft rolled out its scheme that replaces Microsoft Points with cash. Every previous use of Microsoft Points will now be replaced by your local currency. For the UK that means prices in British Pounds (£), the US will have prices in US Dollars ($) and much of Europe will have prices in Euros (€).

Microsoft Points cards (and codes) can still be purchased and redeemed until the end of 2014, but instead of crediting your account with Microsoft Points you’ll receive an amount in your local currency. We’ve put together a table showing you how much credit each amount of Microsoft Points will give you when redeemed on Xbox Live:

240 Microsoft Points
480 Microsoft Points
800 Microsoft Points
1200 Microsoft Points
2100 Microsoft Points
4200 Microsoft Points
British Pounds2.044.086.8010.2017.8535.70
Norweigan Krone19.6839.3665.6098.40172.20344.40
Swedish Krone24.8049.6082.67124.00217.00434.00

Interestingly, this means European gamers can buy points codes from the UK and get far more credit than they would get when buying in their home country. For example, a 4200 points code from GamePointsNow costs €41,95 but gives the user €50,40 of credit. That’s a return of 20%!

European gamers can save money

What do you think about the move away from Microsoft Points? Did you prefer points or do you like prices in your local currency?

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How to Get FREE Xbox Gift Cards Codes (no surveys!)

You want free Xbox Gift Cards?

As we know, the Xbox 360 and Xbox One will be switching from Microsoft Points to real cash balances in whatever country you live in. Microsoft Points Cards will no longer be available as they will be replaced with Xbox Gift Cards, which will add the cash to your Xbox account.

But what’s better than buying Xbox Gift Cards? Free Xbox Gift Cards codes! There’s a lot of free code scams out there. How many surveys have you filled out, or viruses have you downloaded trying out the latest ‘techniques’?

Why we’re different to the other sites

Our site is different. We’re a real, UK company that’s been selling Microsoft Points and Xbox Gift Cards for over 6 years. In fact, we were the first company to sell scanned codes online in the UK. Don’t believe us? Check out our About Us page and take a look at a sample of our stock below:


You can get free Xbox Gift Cards, free Xbox Live codes, free Playstation Plus codes and any other free code we normally sell by signing up with the Game Points Now Rewards Program. It takes less than 30 seconds to sign up, you can start earning codes immediately and there’s no limits on the number of codes you can get free!

Learn how to get free Xbox Gift Cards today

So, how does it work? Take a look at this 60 second video, which will explain everything you need to know:

When you sign up to the Game Points Now Rewards Program, you’ll instantly get a personalised link. When you share that link on Facebook/Twitter/Youtube/Blogs/Forums/wherever you like and people click on it to buy codes, we’ll track that purchase and let you pick an Xbox, Playstation or Nintendo code for free.

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There’s no limit on the number of codes you can earn, and the more people that click your link and buy codes, the more Xbox/Playstation codes you can get for free!

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