Buy Anything From GOG's Weekly Sale, Get Double Dragon Trilogy Free

This is going to hurt. We know you already have enough to spend your money on right with the Steam [...]

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This is going to hurt. We know you already have enough to spend your money on right with the Steam Summer Sale and Bundle Stars summer sale live right now, but GOG couldn't get left behind. Weekly Sale Vol. 20 has just gone live (link here), and in addition to the incredible deals that have been tempting us from multiple outlets for days now, GOG is sweetening the pot with some retro bait. If you buy anything on this week, you'll a free copy of Double Dragon Trilogy, which contains Double Dragon, Double Dragon 2: The Revenge, and Double Dragon 3: The Rosetta Stone.

There are over 70 games on sale right now, so you shouldn't have any problem finding something to buy if you're looking to unlock a few free Double Dragon games. There are classics like Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon for as cheap as $3.33, while The Witcher 2: Assassin's of Kings (which is still a gorgeous, fantastic game) is a whopping $2.99. Out of all of the games available, GOG decided to promote two in its press release, so we guess we should pass that hype along:

"That's how platformers should be: fun, colorful, energetic, and playable with friends.Rayman Origins excels in all those areas and is full of spectacular-looking areas for you to explod-- ermm explore. You really don't want to miss out on that one.

"Nothing short of a modern classic, Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun brings back the isometric stealth/strategy genre and gives it a welcome brush-up and a wonderful Japanese spin. The end result is an addictive must-play experience for all fans of the Commandos series."

I can also heartily recommend Hollow Knight at $9.99. The game is still fairly new, and is one of the most beautiful "Metroidvania" style games I've ever played. It has a wonderfully melancholy soundtrack, hand-drawn and animated visuals, and an incredibly lengthy story that should take you somewhere between 20-30 hours to complete during your first playthrough. Check it out, and score some free retro games!