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March 2016 Games with Gold confirmed for Xbox One and Xbox 360

Lords of the Fallen and Borderlands headline next month’s Games with Gold on Xbox One and Xbox 360.

Games with Gold is headed into March with plenty of games on offer for both Xbox One and Xbox 360 owners.

Xbox One owners with a gold membership will gain access to Sherlock Holmes: Crime and Punishment for the entire month, starting on March 1.

Dark Souls-inspired Lords of the Fallen will follow on March 16, and will be available until April 15 so long as you’re still a gold member.

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Xbox 360 players can play real-time strategy mech title Supreme Commander 2 from March 10-15.

The original Borderlands will be available for download on March 16 until April 15, but it won’t include any of the DLC. However, it will be playable on Xbox One via backwards compatibility.

So long you are still an Xbox Live Gold member these games will remain in your library until your subscription ends.

There is still a little time left to grab last month’s Games with Gold. Gears of War 2 and Hand of Fate are both still on the Xbox Store, the former being playable on Xbox One and Xbox 360.

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