In addition, GOG Spring Sale is now live.
You can now take Ubisoft’s first-person shooter XIII for free as part of GOG’s spring sale. By the way, it’s the good XIII, not the recently released XIII Remake, that is so full of bugs that you can best avoid it at all costs.
Originally released on the Nintendo GameCube, PlayStation 2 and Xbox in 2003, XIII is a quality (and sometimes frustratingly difficult) quality spy game that is loosely based on the Belgian graphic novels of the same name.
It brings the graphics of the graphic novels to life, and fills the screen with cartoon style panels as you whip a knife into other people’s faces and phonetic images for sound effects, whether it’s TAT-TAT-TAT to clear through machine gun clips or the nearby taps to the enemy’s footsteps .
If you missed playing it when it was originally released, you have no excuses now. The original has aged like a good wine, and you can swallow it for free from GOG here. But hurry – you only have 48 hours.
While you are there, you might as well check out some of the other deals in the spring sale. Throw seven of your British pounds at the Witcher and you will be rewarded with the Game of the Year Edition. Not bad for one of the best role-playing games ever released.
And if you want to get in the mood for the upcoming Life is Strange 3, we recommend playing through the original for just £ 3.99. It has one of the best selections of licensed music we’ve ever heard in a video game (sorry Pro Skaters), and it’s guaranteed to get you hooked at some point.
You can see the entire spring sale here, together with our personal top choices below.
There are over 3,000 titles included in the GOG Spring Sale, some of which have had a massive 92 percent cut in the price.
You can go over to Jelly Deals for more gaming deals, where we have many great things for sale, foreign, including the best deals on PS5 headsets and Nintendo Switch accessories.