The previous #Xbox Live #Games With Gold lineup last June contained something fun and nostalgic for players. Now, the lineup for the month of July has been revealed. Microsoft announced the following games that will be included in the list. These games are for the Xbox One console: "Grow Up" and "Runbow" while the other two are for the Xbox 360 console namely "LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: #The Video Game" and "Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days."

Furthermore, the games have deadlines and will be available for the whole month of July. "Grow Up" originally costs $9.99 and is available from July 1 to July 30. On the other hand, "Runbow" originally costs $14.99 and is available from July 16 to August 15.

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Also, the following two games can be cross-played on both Xbox consoles namely: "LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game" originally costs $19.99 and is available from July 16 to July 30. Lastly, "Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days" originally costs $14.99 and is available from July 1 to July 15.

Trailer

Microsoft also releases a trailer along with their announcement and a new console. Here is the trailer below via Xbox on YouTube that presents the four games:

The four games differ in genres and overall presentation. In addition, these games are best games to finish, considering that most of the Xbox Live Games with Gold are adventure-action genre games.

Xbox One games

First, "Grow Up" is an open world game that talks about B.U.D. (Botanical Utility Droid), the protagonist. The main goal for players is to recover the lost parts of BUD's ship from different parts of the game's world with the help of P.O.D.

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Second, "Runbow" is a fast-paced action game.

However, the game plays and manipulates with colors. Players should be aware that every time the background color changes, the same goes with the field condition. There are four modes of this game, and these are the following:"Arena," "King of the Hill," "ColourMaster," and "Bowhemoth."

Xbox 360 games

"Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days" talks about two criminals namely "Kane" and "Lynch." This is an action-adventure game mixed with a third-person perspective. On the other hand, "LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game" revolves around the famous "Pirates of the Caribbean" movies.

However, the game is presented in a LEGO perspective. Most importantly, the characters in the game have different abilities that players can use to progress the game. These games are enough to make players stay in their homes the whole summer, or so what Xbox fans say.