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As the last full month of summer arrives, so do new games for PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold members Xbox Live Versus PlayStation Plus: What Do You Get With Each? Xbox Live Versus PlayStation Plus: What Do You Get With Each? Let’s see which provides the best bang for your buck. Read More . Here’s what you can look for coming soon to your systems in August.

Xbox Live

As usual, the free Xbox 360 games will be playable on Xbox One, and the second game for each system becomes available midway through the month.

First up on Xbox One is WARRIORS OROCHI 3 Ultimate, a tactical hack and slash game which features a mash-up of characters from the Dynasty Warriors and Samurai Warriors series working together against a common enemy. You’ll also get WWE 2K16, the latest entry in the long-running wrestling franchise.

On the 360, you’ll receive Spelunky, a popular indie title which has you exploring endless auto-generated caverns to collect treasure, and Beyond Good & Evil HD, a polished version of the cult classic from the PS2 era that really needs a sequel 6 Games We Hope To See Announced In 2015 6 Games We Hope To See Announced In 2015 As gamers, we're always looking ahead. Here are a few far-fetched titles we'd love to see this year. Read More .

PlayStation Plus

On PS4, first up is Tricky Towers, a new puzzle game that’s a lot like Tetris but has you competing with friends to build the most stable tower. The other title is Rebel Galaxy, a procedurally generated space RPG.

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Probably the least disappointing game this month is Yakuza 5 on PS3, the newest game in the open-world Japanese crime series. The other PS3 title is Retro/Grade, a reverse take on a space shooter which has you following a rhythm 4 Rhythm Games That Don't Look Musical At First Glance 4 Rhythm Games That Don't Look Musical At First Glance With these games, you get to flex your musical muscles while also taking part in a game from a different genre altogether. Read More to “collect” shots coming at you in reverse.

Finally, Vita owners can pick up Patapon 3, another rhythm game originally released on PSP which has you commanding small warriors, and Ultratron, yet another twin-stick space shooter.

Are you as disappointed in this month’s PlayStation lineup as we are? Let us know if you’re excited to get these games in the comments!

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