Filthy Humble Bundle. There is one out every week with impossibly low prices that places strain on my (literally) poor and innocent wallet! I once knew a time where money was freely avail… ok that time never existed. We all have tight pockets, but these darn collections know how to pick them! Here’s the latest Humble Bundle, and it’s a good one.
The latest Humble Bundle takes some of the top titles from Nordic developers, giving a handful to you for anything over $1. Pay a little more and you’ve basically got yourself a whole new extra shelf of titles to add to your never-ending backlog. These games were all essentially made by Vikings, so you HAVE to buy them.
Under perfect world circumstances, these would usually set you back a crazy $214. Not today (or for the rest of the week) though!
Nordic Games is back for round two! About a year ago, Nordic Games brought us a pretty awesome bundle. We had to shield our eyes when they showed us, it was almost like Pulp Fiction. Nordic returned with another bundle, and as tears of joy rolled down our faces, we placed it on the front page for all to see for one week only. Pay $1 or more for Supreme Commander Gold Edition, AquaNox, AquaNox 2: Revelation, Black Mirror and Summoner. Beat the average price to also get MX vs ATV Reflex, Titan Quest Gold, Darksiders and Red Faction: Armageddon. Those who pay $10 or more will receive all of the above plus Darksiders II,SpellForce 2: Demons of the Past and Deadfall Adventures.
As usual, you can decide how you wish to split your pitiful amount of dollars between Humble Bundle, Nordic Games, and charity. There are two this week; American Red Cross and Child’s Play. Be sure to check them out!
I have only played one game from this bundle, and that is Supreme Commander. When the game came out, my PC was horrendous, and late game was a laggy nightmare as the map filled with dozens and dozens of my units that were added to the almost never-ending battle. I would totally play $1 just to experience that again, lag-free. If you need some persuading for anything else, here’s a video round up of every game in the collection.
Last Updated: October 9, 2014