May is coming and another lineup has been revealed for the Xbox Live Games With Gold. This latest batch of games includes a total of 4 games -- 2 games for the Xbox One console, while 2 for the Xbox 360 console. For the month that will be a few weeks from now, these games are enough to satisfy players, especially for those who haven't played it yet.

The lineup includes the following: "Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris," "Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams: Director's Cut," "Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II," and "LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga." The games can be played with Xbox's Backward Compatibility feature. Here are the available dates and prices for the mentioned games:

Xbox One titles

First, "Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams: Director's Cut" originally cost $14.99 but is now free.

The availability of this game is from May 1 to 30. On the other hand, adventure starts with "Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris," which is the sequel to "Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light." The game's original price is $19.99 and its availability will be from May 16 to June 15.

Xbox 360 titles

Furthermore, the Xbox 360 titles include two Star Wars game with two perspectives. First, "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" originally cost $19.99. The dates available from from May 1 to 15. Moreover, "LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga" has the same original price as the previous one. The game's availability is from May 16 to 31.

Players should not forget these dates for these Xbox Live Games with Gold for May 2017 in order to not miss them. Xbox One and Xbox 360 games can be played with a Backward Compatibility feature, which is a convenient feature that helps in numerous situations.

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"Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris" is the same adventure game with puzzles, which is a fun game to play with family and friends, or with yourself. Lastly, the two Star Wars titles feature a sci-fi theme with a great story infused as one. Players can use the characters' power in order to fend off evil and win as the good guy. For a more simpler and cuter design and interface, the LEGO version of the Star Wars title is good for children and adults alike.

Here is the video below that presents these titles for the May 2017 Xbox Games with Gold lineup: