"It's very nearly August and the year is already closer to its end than its start, but all we're really bothered about are the free games which will be given away via the Xbox Games With Gold scheme for August 2015."

Offering a unique way to access the gameplay, players will have a chance to play these Premium Shows to win in-game prizes based on the level of difficulty of the show.

we have to admit to being somewhat disappointed with the bargains in place for this week. Unless you’re an Assassin’s Creed Black Flag, Airmech, Need For Speed or Warframe fan, then you’re going to be struggling to pick anything up

TheXboxHub details the latest round of Rocksmith 2014 Edition downloadable content that sees Faith No More appear on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4 and the PC.

"There aren’t enough decent rugby titles currently available. In fact, there aren’t any decent rugby games currently available on any formats, so the announcement by Tru Blu Entertainment and Wicked Witch Software regarding Rugby Challenge 3 should excite those oval ball lovers."

Square Enix and DONTNOD Entertainment have delivered something pretty special with Life Is Strange and ‘Dark Room’, the fourth episode of a compelling story has just become available to download.

"Dontnod Entertainment and Square Enix released Episode 4 for Life is Strange. The latest episode is a huge step back from the intense and well-paced Episode 3. It starts slow, it stays slow and there aren't as many puzzles to contend with like in the previous episode. Even still, there are a few gameplay walkthroughs available to help gamers out during some of the more tricky segments."

"Last weeks sale had a huge quantity of Xbox One and Xbox 360 titles discounted, but if we're being completely honest, was lacking a little in quality. Does the Xbox Live Deals With Gold sale for 28th July - 3rd August 2015 fare a bit better? Check out the full list of bargains below!"

'Reckoning' will bring four all new multiplayer maps, a Return of the Exo Grapple playlist and a new Trident Reflected Energy weapon. The Exo Zombies saga will conclude in epic style and Reckoning is something you won't want to miss.

Looking back at the biggest and best Xbox One and Xbox 360 news and reviews from the 19th-25th July 2015, it is the reviews that come to the fore and become a bit more prominent.

"Prepping to release on September 1st, 2015, Kojima Productions’ Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will launch for home consoles and PC. The game will apparently be Hideo Kojima’s swan song for Konami, as he leaves the series and company behind. The game itself is shaping up to be one of the biggest releases of 2015."

Featuring six playlists and over 50 tracks from DJ Mustard, DJ Khaled and DJ Premier, NBA 2K16 will be showcasing some of the world’s hottest up and coming artists, including Papoose, Ace Hood, Vado, Kent Jones and RJ.

It’ll be the first time anyone will have been able to get hands on with a few of the games and with such a strong line-up, the Big U will be hoping for a better year than 2014.

"There’s already been one Marvel table coinciding with a blockbuster film this year and now it’s time for another. Zen Studios have been able to transfer Ant-Man from the big screen to the Pinball FX2 catalogue of tables. Can this microscopic superhero steal the show in a pinball world already overflowing in the Marvel department? Is there anything Ant-Man can bring to the table that others haven’t so far?"

Episode 4 ‘Darkroom’ will release come July 28th on the usual formats – Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4 and PC as Max pushes the investigation surrounding the disappearance of Rachel Amber

"Each week EA Sports creates a FIFA Ultimate Team Team of the Week (TOTW) based on players in the real world that are in form for that week. Take a look at the team that will be available for one week from 22nd July at 6pm."

"Tru Blu and Big Ant Studios’ Rugby League Live 3 is looking to fill the gap that other rugby games (union included) have left, and the Australian developer has released a brand-new trailer for the game, revealing that the Auckland Nines tournament will feature in the game."

Yo-kai Watch Busters, the latest Yo-kai Watch spin-off, continues to sit at the pedestal of sales for this week's Media Create charts. The new PS4 game, Batman: Arkham Knight made a 49,000 sales debut, and helped the console's sales for this week. New to this week too, is Yoshi’s Woolly World, which got 31,000 sales. The full list of software and hardware sales is provided for you below:

If you’ve been following the story so far, the fifth episode of Game of Thrones promises to be a high point in a series which, in our opinion, has been getting better with each installment.

"Grip Games recently re-released Q.U.B.E. Director's Cut for the PS3 and PS4. The Wii U and Xbox One versions are inbound soon. For console gamers just getting acquainted with the title, there is a complete gameplay walkthrough available to help you out with a few of the more complex and brain meltingly difficult puzzles featured throughout the game."

TheXboxHub take a look and give details on the Regal Singles downloadable content pack which is available now for all Rocksmith 2014 Edition players on Xbox, PS and PC

"The latest Xbox Live Deals With Gold sale is now up and running, bringing with it a number of discounts on both Xbox One and Xbox 360 games. But which of the discounts in place should you be grabbing, and which should you be leaving well alone!?"

TheXboxHub take a look at the new Xbox Live Deals With Gold sale for 21st-27th July 2015. There are a number of bargains in place for both Xbox One and Xbox 360 owners.

"After years and years of heartache and disappointment with underwhelming superhero video games, we’re finally getting some quality titles featuring our favourite spandex-clad heroes. That said, it’s time to look back at the worst of the worst to see how far we’ve come."

"What happens when you marry two very different but popular genres? Well, I suppose it depends on the game types you are talking about, but Guncraft: Blocked and Loaded takes FPS popularity and applies it to the block building goodness that games like Minecraft helped to popularize. The end result? A surprisingly fun experience."