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Who, other than Humble, would give you chance to pay a maximum of $12 (around £9) and get games involving Sonic the Hedgehog, Frank West, Mike Patton's voice and a hideous beast known only as Father-Mother? I'd be willing to take bets that it's not a combination you're likely to find anywhere else.
Today, however, you can grab all of that from Humble itself, as a part of the site's latest offering - the Humble Capcom X Sega X Atlus Bundle.
Weird naming and seemingly arbitrary publisher pairing aside, there are some top-notch titles involved here, including the (in this writer's opinion) underrated and very ridiculous Bionic Commando remake from around ten years ago. That's the one starring Mike Patton from Faith No More as the man with the robot arm, which is somehow the least ludicrous thing about it.
Also up for grabs here is Renegade Ops, which is a wonderful game that harkens back to the old Strike series of games of the Mega Drive era, Sonic Generations which I've been told is 'pretty alright', and the HD remaster of the original Dead Rising.
Here's what your money will get you:
Pay what you want
- Rollers of the Realm
- Zeno Clash 2
- Sonic Adventure 2
- Bionic Commando
- Citizens of Earth
Pay more than the average
- Renegade Ops Collection
- Sonic Generations Collection
- Resident Evil 4
- Dead Rising
- Tesla Effect: A Tex Murphy Adventure
Pay $12 (£9.04) or more
- Motorsport Manager
- Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition
Oh, man, how did I miss Tesla Effect: A Tex Murphy Adventure being in this bundle in that earlier paragraph? If silly FMV games and noir films are your thing, that's worth the $6 / £5 to 'beat the average' alone.
Better still, purchasing the bundle and beating the average will also get you a voucher for 50% off one selected Sega, Capcom or Atlus game (as long as they were released prior to July 2017). Neat!
Alternatively, you can be partially responsible for the end of the gaming industry with Humble's other bundle - the Hunie Sakura bundle.
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