March was a bumper month for the Games with Gold scheme, featuring the likes of Layers of Fear and Evolve Ultimate Edition.
And while Layers of Fear will be removed from the roster of free titles by the end of the month, Evolve will remain downloadable until April 15.
Luckily, there is a way to get the old Netflix look back.
Or perhaps you're keen to test your skills (and patience) by playing Ninja Gaiden. But before you stick your copy of Forza Motorsport into the 360, there are a few things you need to know. First and foremost, you'll need the hard disc drive accessory plugged into your Xbox 360 to play old Xbox games.
Check our list of frequently asked questions below for hassle-free gaming! If you've bought the 360 Core System - which doesn't come bundled with the 20GB hard drive - then you're out of luck (unless you buy the drive as an extra, of course). To get the update, all you need is to have your 360 connected online and logged into Live. You have two options - either order an update disc from (which will be sent by mail and incur a small fee) or, if you have access to an Internet connection and a CD burner, you can download the update yourself.
Please ensure you have the latest update ( by launching Borderlands 2 while connected to Xbox LIVE.
You will be prompted to install the update if you do not already have the latest version.
Register, then wait: a further Xbox Live message will show up when the preview is ready.