Well thanksgiving has passed, and so has the rush of Black Friday. In a few hours, ‘Cyber Monday’ will be at its end as well. Of course, why stay in line for great gaming bargains when you can get the hookup straight from the crew at Powet? We know it’s saturday, but every game you see in this article can be purchased at most online and/or in-store game dealers for $20 or less year round and are downloadable, so you don’t have to worry about standing in line in sub-zero temps, being trampled, or getting up at 5 am. Because most online dealers are having holiday specials, you might even be able to save even more cash this weekend. Instead of just $20 Game of the Week, we’re calling this one Green Everyday! For the fourth year in a row, Powet is glad to bring you Green Everyday 2014.

Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition (Xbox 360, PS3, PS Vita, PC)
Mortalkombat2011logoThere aren’t many gaming franchises than can reinvent themselves as much as Mortal Kombat, and after MK vs DC Universe, MK 2011 was just the game we needed to bring back the blood and gore the series was known for. Starting at the end of MK 7, the story heads back in time to the beginning of the franchise for what is both a reboot and a showcase of the greatest moments of the first three games. The Komplete edition contains every character from the game along with the four DLC characters, including Rain and Freddy Krueger. After beating the single player story mode, players can take on the game’s classic arcade mode and challenge tower, along with online play. The graveyeard contains several unlockables, from concept art to music. Grab it now before next year’s MKX changes the series yet again.

Double Dragon Trilogy (Android, Ouya, IOS)
Double-Dragon-TrilogyDouble Dragon was the game that led to the popularity of the beat-em-up franchise. It provided the blueprint that would be followed and improved upon by games such as Final Fight, Rushing Beat, and Streets of Rage. At the height of its popularity, it spawned a comic book, a crossover with the Battletoads, a movie, a toy line, and an animate cartoon. However, towards the end of the 90s, developer Technos went bankrupt, and the franchise dissappeared along with them. However, the franchise had been licensed out quite a few times since then, such as with last year’s Double Dragon Neon from Majesco, and thanks to DotEMU, players can own arcade-perfect recreations of the series for only $2.99. You’ll obviously want to grab a controller for this (or get the Ouya version), but once you do, you’ll experience classic Double Dragon action just as you remember it.

Shin Megami Tensei IV (Nintendo 3DS)
Shin_Megami_Tensei_IV_CoverThe Shin Megami Tensei series, along with all of its spinoffs, is one of the most celebrated Japanese RPG franchises. SMTIV is the fourth game in the core series, and its storyline and setting is different from Strange Journey. Playing as a newly appointed Samurai from the Eastern Kingdom of Mikado, you and your allies must play a central role in stopping a demon uprising. The game is a mix of dungeon crawling gameplay, and the game’s trademark demon fusion remains intact. Players will be captivated by the game’s graphics and soundtrack. Whether you’re a newcomer, or a longtime fan of the series, you’ll love SMTIV.

Remember Me (PS3, Xbox 360, PC)
remembermeNow here is something new – a new IP. Not a spinoff, sequel, adaptation, or remake, but an honest to god new intellectual property. Sadly, while it may not have sold as much as it deserved to, it will still give gamers a unique experience. In Capcom’s Remember Me, players take control of Nilin, a young woman in the future city of Neo-Paris who recently had her memory wiped and is looking to find out why. The game play features a mix of beat-em-up action (complete with combos, counterattacks, and upgradable techniques) and exploration. Every once in a while, you’ll hack into a person’s memories, and rewire them in a puzzle sequence. For instance, you’ll make a mercenary who is trying to earn money to save her husband from a life-threatening illness think that said husband has already been killed. The game’s music and atmosphere will pull you in as you navigate through the streets of Neo-Paris. Sadly, this game failed commercially, so this being Capcom, there will be little chance of a sequel.