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Latest Humble Bundle is turning Japanese
The new Humble Bundle is Japanese. I think it’s turning Japanese.
Star Wars Humble Bundle is slightly oddly priced
We’ve written two bundle stories in the last hour or so, so here’s another Humble Bundle to bring it up to three!
Hatoful Boyfriend pillow covers are in the Valentine’s Humble Bundle
Be still my fluttering heart, Hatoful Boyfriend pillow covers are part of the Valentine’s Day Humble Bundle.
Latest Humble Bundle wants you to adventure cheaply
The latest Humble Bundle is headlined by solid adventuring in the form of Broken Sword 5 and Cognition, amongst others.
Latest Humble Bundle offers seven RPGs
Another week, another Humble Weekly Bundle. Have I used that introduction before?
SEGA Humble Bundle now has bonus games
As is tradition, the SEGA-themed Humble Bundle has now been expanded with More Games.
SEGA-themed Humble Bundle isn’t what I expected
There’s a new, SEGA-themed Humble Bundle, but it doesn’t exactly offer what the words “SEGA-themed Humble Bundle” might conjure up.
Warlock Master of the Arcane is free at the Humble Store
The Paradox-published 4x-ish strategy title Warlock Master of the Arcane is free at the Humble Store today.
Latest Humble Bundle offers Van Helsing, Crusader Kings 2
The latest Humble Bundle – the aptly titled Humble Jumbo Bundle 2 – is offering quite a lot in the way of massive, life-consuming games.
Latest Humble Bundle is all about games from Japan
Another week, another weekly Humble Bundle – and this one’s all about games from Japanese developers.
Square Enix’s Humble Bundle gets its bonus games, more games on sale
If you fancy Murdered: Soul Suspect, Nu-Thief, or Hitman: Blood Money, the Square Enix Humble Bundle (and Humble Store sale) have you covered.
Square Enix Humble Bundle is weirdly priced
We mentioned this particular Humble Bundle in the podcast, and then didn’t actually do a news item about it.
SEGA Humble Bundle has Alpha Protocol, Binary Domain for $6.00
The Humble Weekly Bundle is a bit of a SEGA love-fest, and by “a bit” I mean “wow, look at all those SEGA PC games.” They include examples of offbeat excellence like Alpha Protocol and Binary Domain, as well as some critically acclaimed stuff like Company of Heroes and Rome: Total War.