Another month has been and gone so it's just for a new Humble Choice bundle. The headline games this month? Yakuza 3, Dirt 5, The Surge 2 and Paradise Killer. Those four - and another eight games - can be yours for just £8.50/$12.
Let's start with Yakuza 3. This is the remastered version of the third (though chronologically fourth) entry in the much-loved series. In recent years, the Yakuza games have broken out massively from cult favourites to gain universal recognition.
Starting out mid-way through the Kiryu saga may not sound like the most sensible choice, but if you've never tried the games then this'll give you an idea of whether you want to play the rest. Conveniently, the rest of the Yakuza franchise is on sale at the Humble Store. Or, you can play them all on Xbox Game Pass.
Next up, racing fans should enjoy Dirt 5. Martin found it to be an enjoyable old school arcade racer in his review. And this is an absolute bargain price for Codemaster's latest.
Meanwhile, The Surge 2 is a decent action RPG from Deck 13. It's a game not without its flaws, but those with an appreciation for the Soulslike will find a lot to enjoy here.
The one that's caught my attention the most, though, is the dreamy open-world detective adventure Paradise Killer. I've heard many refer to this bizarre indie whodunnit as one of the best games from last year, especially for fans of Phoenix Wright and any wannabe sleuths. You'd usually be paying around £15 for Paradise Killer alone, so it's a terrific deal as part of this bundle.
The full list of games in the Humble Choice July bundle are:
- Yakuza 3
- The Surge 2
- Dirt 5
- Nimbatus The Space Drone Constructor
- Paradise Killer
- Kill It With Fire
- Bee Simulator
- Swine HD Remaster
- Deadly Days
As usual, this Humble Choice bundle will be available for the rest of the month until 3rd August. Even though it's part of a monthly subscription service, you can cancel or pause your membership at any time - effectively allowing you to dip into bundles as and when you please. All games are yours to keep forever, too.
While you're a member, you also gain access to a library of free games in the Humble Trove and can save up to 20 percent off Humble Store purchases.