Here's what's coming your way over the next month, Xbox fans
As always we'll get our hands on two games for the Xbox One and a pair of classic games from the 360 or original Xbox.
You can see their announcement video below.
For the Xbox One, Microsoft are giving away:
Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion
Available: 1 - 31 March
This adaptation of the popular Cartoon Network show, Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion, sees our heroes Finn and Jake explore the flooded land of Ooo. Venture across a semi-open world map on land and sea and take care of foes with an easy to grasp turn-based combat system.
Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion was released for Xbox One, PS4 and PC in July 2018.
Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2
Available: 16 April - 15 March
The Plants vs Zombies series has been growing strong since the first game's release in 2009. 2016 saw the release of the latest game in the series, third-person shooter Garden Warfare 2. It was released on Xbox One, PS4 and PC and offers players more of that cartoonish fun that made the first game so enjoyable.
As for the classic games we'll get in March:
Star Wars: Republic Commando
Available: 1 - 15 March
A real classic in the Star Wars franchise, Republic Commando sees you take charge of Delta Squad, an elite unit of Clone Troopers, as you fight your way through hordes of droids, aliens and other Star Wars villains to help turn the tide of the Clone Wars.
The game features a brilliant squad system that was way ahead of its time in 2005 and still holds up today. The system sees you bark instructions to your team of troopers that really gives you the feeling of of being part of an elite squad of soldiers.
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance
Available: 16 - 31 March
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is a spin-off from the main Metal Gear series that sees the player take control of Raiden, a cyborg killing-machine to rival even the Terminator. Revengeance is a departure from the full-on stealth games of the main series and allows the player to dive head first into a combat driven Metal Gear story.
What do you make of March's Games with Gold line-up?