GOG Black Friday sale

Free MDK Copy, Free Brutal Legend At Humble Store

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Black Friday is here and with it come lots of sales. GOG.com, a DRM-free digital video game store, will organize its Black Friday sale, and as a sort of a teaser for all the tasty deals, the store offers a cult classic MDK for free. If you want another free game and happen to like metal and Jack Black head on to the Humble Store and grab your free copy of Brutal Legend.

MDK is one of the best action games ever featuring insane story, superb humor, and over-the-top action. It got out back in 1997 and quickly became legendary. You can grab your copy for free during the first 48 hours of the GOG.com Black Friday sale.

Back on the Humble Store, you can grab a free Steam copy of Brutal Legend during the next 24 hours, one of the best games that came out of the mind of Tim Shaffer. Listen to a superb metal soundtrack, battle evil forces as a metal-head called Eddie Riggs voiced by Jack Black and meet cool characters voiced by Ozzy Osbourne, the late Lemmy Kilmister, and Lita Ford.

Back on the topic of GOG.com Black Friday sale. The store offers up to ninety percent discount on selected titles with some of the best deals including The Witcher 3 GOTY version slashed off by sixty percent, Titan Quest: Anniversary Edition discounted by eighty percent, Little Nightmares down by fifty percent, and Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice offered for twenty five percent less than the regular price.

Other notable deals include the original Deus Ex available for $2.49, The Witcher offered for $1.49, Civ IV for just $7.49 and the first Dragon Age title available for $4.99. The sale started today and will last until November 28.

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