I'm going to be ending these threads around Christmas time. I don't have a Wii U and I'm not getting an Xbox One or PS4 anytime soon. I'll keep posting threads about individual games that I'm interested in, though right now, that isn't much.
In the meantime, I'll start using the Xbox One icon and shortening the thread titles, but I'll keep including 360 games and whatnot.
Games with Gold (Nov 16-30) • Iron Brigade (free to Gold members)
Retail (Tuesday) • Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON'T KNOW! • AquaPazza • BandFuse: Rock Legends • Farming Simulator • Need for Speed: Rivals • The Walking Dead: Game of the Year Edition • Young Justice: Legacy
Games on Demand (Friday) • XCOM: Enemy Within
XBLA (Wednesday) • SoulCalibur 2 HD Online ($19.99)
Gold Member Deals of the Week (Tuesday) • Dishonored and DLC
Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag DLC (Tuesday) • Crusader & Florentine Pack ($1.99)
Lego Marvel Super Heroes DLC (Tuesday) • Thor 3 pack ($1.99) • DLC Super Pack ($4.99)
Grand Theft Auto V DLC (Tuesday) • GTA Online: Beach Bum (free)
Rocksmith 2014 DLC (Tuesday) • Green Day songs • B'z songs
The following Rock Band songs will be pulled from the store on December 30 or thereabouts (probably before Christmas, actually) so be sure to get your Naked Brothers Band songs now now now: • Crooked X - Gone • Naked Brothers Band - Body I Occupy • Naked Brothers Band - I Don’t Want To Go To School • Scars on Broadway - They Say • System of a Down - B.Y.O.B. • System of a Down - Toxicity • Tokio Hotel - Ready, Set, Go!
Xbox One Retail (some Tuesday, some Friday - the system itself is out Friday) • Angry Birds: Star Wars • Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag • Battlefield 4 • Call of Duty: Ghosts • Dead Rising 3 • FIFA 14 • Fighter Within • Forza Motorsport 5 • Just Dance 2014 • Lego Marvel Super Heroes • Madden NFL 25 • NBA 2K14 • NBA Live 14 • Need for Speed: Rivals • Ryse: Son of Rome • Skylanders Swap Force
Xbox One XBLA • Crimson Dragon ($19.99) • LocoCycle ($19.99)
This is a fairly obscure game, but I've been trying to find an emulator or any info on it. It was in the arcades around 1992 and was based on a top-to-bottom perspective. You could move side-to-side, but the screen was always advancing towards you.