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Hyper Light Drifter is a gorgeous 2D action RPG that arrived to some pretty high praise back in 2016. It also happens to be Humble's current limited time discount.

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The game is discounted down to £5.99 / $7.99 for a limited time. At the time of writing, there's about one day and six hours left to pick it up at this price. Humble Monthly subscribers get an extra 5% off that price, too.

One of the highlights of the game, at least in my opinion, is the stunning animation which manages to enhance the pixel-art world and really tie movement and combat together in a beautiful way. The lovely Christian Donlan reviewed the game back at launch and it came away with a Recommended at the time if you fancied a read before dropping the cash.

Really, though, you get to be a kind of gunslinger swordsmith person wearing a cool cape. Who doesn't want that?

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