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March 20’s Xbox Games with Gold includes Project Cars 2, Fable and more

We’re a few days late with this one, but it’s worth talking about. March 2020’s Games with Gold has some winners, including Fable Anniversary.

Embark upon a great quest

This month’s selection of Xbox Games with Gold isn’t what I would call ‘great’. Yes, there’s some decent stuff to download, but it’s mostly filler. What’s definitely not filler though, is the original Fable’s remaster from the Xbox 360.

One of the best action/adventure/RPG games from the original Xbox, Fable was a fantastic game already. Such a fan-favorite was it, that it got a remaster on the Xbox 360, which boosted its looks. If you somehow missed either of those, then now is your time. It’s the marquee game in this month’s Games with Gold as far as I’m concerned.

Not that there isn’t more to download, as there is. Scroll down to have a look.

  • Project CARS 2 Over 180 elite vehicles are available for your choosing to compete on a variety of track surfaces including ice, dirt, and mud. Featuring dynamic weather physics on 140 tracks, true-to-life handling, and multiple game modes, the ultimate driver journey begins at the wave of the checkered flag.
  • Knights of Pen and Paper Bundle In this collection of the award-winning game and its sequel, inhabit a world of chivalry, class warfare, and semi-appropriate cultural references — while complaining loudly to the Game Master. It’s all the fun of pen and paper RPGs and none of the lost dice!
  • Fable Anniversary All new textures, models, and lighting were used to retell the story of the pioneering game where every character choice has a direct consequence. This is the definitive Fable experience for faithful fans and new players alike.
  • Toybox Turbos Collect and customize 35 vehicles on 18 crazy tracks in a game that reboots the classic table top racing experience. With six gaming modes available and amazing power-ups, it’s the perfect family game for those competitive “just one more” sessions.

Source: Xbox Wire

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Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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