Jelly Deals: Humble 'Brawler' Bundle live now

Finish the fight.

Fans of anime, fighting games and/or button-mashing can rest a little easier this week, as Humble is offering up a brand new bundle picked out almost exclusively for you.


The Humble 'Brawler' Bundle is up for grabs now and features a litany of the most colourful fighting games around - specifically, a batch of the more anime-themed titles.

To get absolutely everything out of the bundle, you'll be looking at throwing in $9 / $6.51 at most, at which point you'll be getting seven games of pure manic brawling joy, or something similar at least. If you happen to be a Humble Monthly subscriber, you'll also get an extra $2 to spend in the store, which is a nice bonus.

Here's what the whole bundle looks like:

Pay what you want

  • Guilty Gear XX Acore Core Plus R
  • BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend
  • Skullgirls

Pay more than the average

  • Arcana Heart 3 LOVE MAX!!!!!
  • Street Fighter X Tekken

Pay $9 (around 6.51) or more

  • Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-
  • Rivals of Aether

At this point, I feel the need to mention how much I love the titles of some of these games. Arcana Heart 3 was very specific about using five exclamation points, for example. No more, no less. Guilty Gear Xrd is also a tremendous fighting game and one of the most striking looking games seen in recent years, with its '2D within a 3D world' art style. It's also worth mentioning, however, that Street Fighter X Tekken is far from a great PC port, so you win some, you lose some.

Whatever you pick, you're probably going to have a weird and wonderful time. For other weird and wonderful things, feel free to keep up to date with the Jelly Deals Twitter, which aims to bring you deals as they show up each day. For something different, you can also check out the guide to the best wireless earbuds in 2018. That's a thing you could do.

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