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Microsoft has announced today April’s Games With Gold line-up for Xbox platforms. In April six games are available to players – Two for Xbox One, and four on Xbox 360. The highlight of the month is Ubisoft’s Child of Light, which released last year.

Here is the list:

* Pool Nation FX ($9.99 ERP): Available all month on Xbox One
* Child of Light ($14.99 ERP): Available all month on Xbox One
* Gears of War: Judgment ($19.99 ERP): Available from April 1-15 on Xbox 360
* Terraria ($14.99 ERP): Available from April 1-15 on Xbox 360
* Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag ($29.99 ERP): Available from April 16-31 on Xbox 360
* Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel ($19.99 ERP): Available from April 16-31 on Xbox 360

On Xbox 360, Gears of War: Judgment and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag are the highlights for this month. Terraria is a great game, but the Xbox community never did latch it on to it compared to its PC counterpart. And in regards to Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel, it’s more of an after thought. The series has gone nowhere since this installment, and it probably be better to just reboot the series.

While this is a great month, it’s still a disappointment. I don’t understand why Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag wasn’t also available for Xbox One users since its been out for two and half years. The service is still playing catch up to Sony’s PlayStation Plus, but this a step in right direction for the Games for Gold program.

Source: Xbox Wire

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  • SycoMantis91

    I’m a PS Plus member, but I’ve kept up with what Microsoft is doing. I definitely don’t recall seeing this solid of a lineup so far. last month’s was alright with Tomb Raider and Bioshock Infinite as the highlights. Savings-wise, this is definitely the superior month, but, as least for PS3 users, the competition has been a but stagnant, Yakuza 4 notwithstanding. That series is beautiful. As far as the Xbox One/PS4 indie titles, PS4 is A LOT more recent.