Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution and Dungeon Defenders will join Microsoft's Xbox 360 Games with Gold program in March, according to a post today on Xbox Wire.
Civilization Revolution retails for $29.99 and will be available free to Xbox Live Gold subscribers from March 1-15. First released in 2008, Firaxis Games' turn-based strategy title begins with players in 4,000 B.C. and tasks them with creating a civilization, constructing wonders of the world, fostering great people and more through thousands of years. It's also available on PlayStation 3, Nintendo DS, iOS and Windows Phone.
Dungeon Defenders retails for $14.99 and will be available free to Xbox Live Gold subscribers from March 16-31. Released in 2011, Trendy Entertainment's action role-playing game/tower defense hybrid lets players chose between four classes to fight waves of enemies. The game also supports four-player local co-op and multiplayer battles on Xbox Live. It's also available on PlayStation 4, Linux, Mac and Windows PC. You can learn more about its sequel, Dungeon Defenders 2, in our interview with the developer.
Announced last July, the Games with Gold program offers two free games per month for Xbox Live Gold subscribers. February's games included Dead Island and Toy Soldiers: Cold War. Microsoft announced last November that the Games with Gold program would make its way to the Xbox One in 2014.
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