Kingdom Hearts III
One of the great additions is Kingdom Heart III, since it is a remastered version with which the classic Square and Disney finally reaches Xbox One. This release coincides with the availability of the other editions, although we will have to Purchase separately in case you are interested, since they are not in the Xbox Game Pass catalog.
Ninja Gaiden II
One of the Xbox 360 classics also comes to the Xbox Game Pass, and that is that Ninja Gaiden is an incredible action game in which we can accumulate infinite combos that will make the game even more addictive in search of spirits to go through with our Katana.
Two Point Hospital
The natural heir of Theme Hospital for the current generation is Two Point Hospital, a hilarious strategy game in which we will have to manage our hospital by organizing the patients, building the necessary rooms to attend them and keeping our staff in optical conditions to work. Oh, and don’t forget to keep the bathrooms clean and shiny.
In Wasteland we will enter an RPG set in a post apocalyptic era in which the earth survives in the middle of 2087 after a great nuclear war that has wiped out most resources. Your mission is none other than saving your group and being able to survive with whatever you find along the way. Something that will not be easy.
Another great saga game is Yakuza 0, one of the deliveries of the famous SEGA saga that moves us to a Japan of the 80s, where we can enjoy thousands of visual details that exceed the gameplay on many occasions .
The Xbox Live Gold transformation
Microsoft is converting (or has already converted) Xbox Live Gold into a mere premium pass to allow connection to Microsoft servers. The incentive of receiving two monthly games has disappeared, as the titles offered month by month are increasingly losing importance as they are games of many years ago and little transcendental.
Xbox Game Pass however takes more force, the problem for users is that it is another secondary service, so the increase in monthly fee could be a problem for many unless they take advantage of subscription merger offers or similar discounts. It is clear that the final goal should be the only option of a subscription service, so we’ll see if things change at the time Xbox Series X is launched to the market.
Meanwhile, it seems great that Xbox Game Pass continues to grow with games as interesting and striking as this month, so we will keep an eye on the next news to see how the catalog evolves. Any special game you have been looking forward to?