Xbox Games With Gold for March 2022 Revealed

Microsoft has announced that The Flame in the Flood, Street Power Soccer, Sacred 2: Fallen Angel, and SpongeBob’s Truth or Square will become gold games in March 2022. As it turned out on Xbox wire, four Games with Gold games will be available to all Xbox Live Gold or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate owners, while The Flame in the Flood and Sacred 2: Fallen Angel will be available on March 1.

The Flame in the Flood is a survival game where players take control of a Scout who must venture into a treacherous river with her dog Aesop.

In our 7/10 review, IGN said, “The Flame in the Flood is a beautiful, procedurally generated survival sim that gets a welcome sense of momentum from having to stay on the move,” though “it’s unwieldy menus and prone to crashes ruin some of the fun.”

Also, from March 1, but only until March 15, Sacred 2: Fallen Angel is available. This RPG was released in 2008 and featured Diablo-style combat featuring a range of characters.

IGN said it was “good” as “For players looking for an action-packed loot RPG that offers hours of gameplay, enemies to kill, and plenty of ways to kill them, you’ll find it in Ascaron’s Sacred 2Fallen Angel.” On the other hand, “you’ll also find an awkward interface, mediocre visuals, and a few technical flaws that get in the way of this truly outstanding experience.”

Street Power Soccer will be available for free on March 16 and will be available until April 15. It brings a bit of chaos to your regular soccer game by providing players with a lot of game modes, playgrounds, power-ups, and tricks to try out.

Finally, SpongeBob’s Truth or Square will be available from March 16 to 31. This 2009 edition can be completed in less than ten hours and combines exploration and puzzle-solving. Be sure to redeem the Xbox Games in February 2022 with gold before they leave service, including Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse, Aerial_Knight’s Never Yield, Hydrophobia, and Band of Bugs.

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer who occasionally tweets @thelastdinsdale.

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