Borderlands, Pillars of Eternity and Tyranny feature in the Humble RPG Bundle

There are enough games to last you an eternity here.

You can pick up Borderlands, Pillars of Eternity, Tyranny and many more all-consuming games in the latest Humble RPG Bundle.

As usual, it's a multi-tier affair with the more money you commit granting you access to even more games. Starting at a ridiculously low 83p, you'll get Hiveswap: Act 1, Deep Sky Derelicts and Immortal Planet for the minimum investment. I haven't had the pleasure of trying any of these games for myself, though hearing Deep Sky Derelicts described as a "procedurally-generated roguelite turn-based RPG with cards" has me intrigued. That is, after recovering from the barrage of buzzwords.

Things get a little more recognisable on the second tier, though, where you can pay 3.48 to get Tyranny, Pillars of Eternity and Cat Quest. Now, the first two are easily up there with some of the best cRPGs of the modern era. Perhaps not quite Divinity: Original Sin level, but both are undoubtedly terrific games. As for Cat Quest, well, do you really need any more convincing after hearing that title?

There's quite a sharp jump up to the final tier, where you can get Borderlands - Game of the Year Enhanced Edition for 12.46. This is the fully updated and feature-complete version of Gearbox's first entry in the looter-shooter series. An important thing to note: if you already own Borderlands or the Borderlands GOTY Edition on Steam then you should already have this Enhanced Edition for free.

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How many hours would it take to get through all of these?

With Borderlands 3 just on the horizon you don't really have much time to catch up on the series so far, though. I'm fully expecting it to be just another irreverent and oddly-compelling FPS-RPG that goes down a lot better with pals.

Anyway, the Humble RPG Bundle is live for the next three weeks, so there's loads of time to get involved. Many of the games in this bundle will probably take that long to complete, so if you're looking for the best value for money, you can't really go wrong here.

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