SEGA and Capcom have teamed up to deliver a PlayStation themed Humble Bundle package. Humble Bundle usually caters to the PC gaming crowd but this week we are getting some Japanese publishing goodness. The tiers are as follows
SEGA and Humble Bundle have teamed up for holiday giveaway. What are they giving away? Company of Heroes 2 keys! What if you already have the game? According to Relic Entertainment’s blog, they want you to pick up a key for your friend and teach them how to play the game.
According to the blog post, the number of keys are limited and there is also a time limit. I guess it will close either when they run out of Company of Heroes 2 keys or after a day and 20 hours (when this post goes up). If you ever wanted to try a Relic’s Company of Heroes 2 game, this is your chance to give it a go for free!
[Source: CoH’s Blog]
Pay $1 or more:
- Rollers of the Realm (Atlus)
- Zeno Clash II (Atlus)
- Sonic Adventure 2 (SEGA)
- Bionic Commando (Capcom)
- Citizens of Earth (Atlus)
Beat the average, $6.49 to unlock the previous and:
- Renegade Ops (SEGA)
- Sonic Generations (SEGA)
- Resident Evil 4 (Capcom)
- Dead Rising (Capcom)
- Tesla Effect: A Tex Murphy Adventure (Atlus)
Pay $12 to unlock the previous and:
- Motorsport Manager (SEGA)
- Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition (Capcom)
All titles redeem on Steam. This bundle will include four SEGA published games, four Atlus published games and four Capcom published games. This bundle also gives you bonuses like 50% off select Capcom, SEGA and Atlus game which includes The Deadly Tower of Monsters, Dawn of War III or Street Fighter V.
If you’ve got a few dollars burning a hole in your bank account, then maybe this large 75% off Sega sale at the Humble store might be your ticket today. For a little over the next 24 hours, a huge amount of Sega’s digital PC catalog is on sale there.
Everything from Alpha Protocol to Valkyria Chronicles is present, as are the SEGA Mega Drive & Genesis Classics Packs. If you haven’t tried it out yet, last year’s platformer Tembo the Badass Elephant is definitely worth $3.74. George reviewed it back then in the dark ages and I think his assessment still stands up today.
Yesterday we posted about how SEGA teamed up with Humble Bundle to deliver a great deal of games via their Sonic 25th Anniversary Humble Bundle. That isn’t all that is going down, since they are also doing a Sonic 25th Anniversary Humble Comics Bundle!
This is what the Sonic 25th Anniversary Humble Comics Bundle comes with:
Pay $1 or more:
Sonic Universe Vol. 6: Treasure Team Tango
Sonic The Hedgehog Issues 264-272, 276-279
- Sonic Universe Issues 45, 55-58
- Sonic Boom Issues 1-4
Pay more than average (right now $10.91) to unlock:
- Sonic The Hedgehog Issues 260-263
- Sonic Universe Issues 59-74
- Sonic Boom Issues 5-7
- Sonic Universe Issues 83-86
- Another comic coming soon!
Pay $15 or more to also unlock:
- Sonic The Hedgehog Issues 226-229, 252-259
- Sonic the Hedgehog Issues 280-283
- Sonic Universe Issues 18-20, 75, 79-82
- Sonic Super Digest Issues 13-16
That is quite a bit of comics if you get the $15 dollar tier. Of course, these are all digital comics, not physical and like most things on humble are DRM free. What do you guys think of the Sonic 25th Anniversary Humble Comics Bundle?
Humble Bundle has just launched its Sonic 25th Anniversary Humble Bundle which will include a wide arrange of Sonic games for PC including retro and more recent titles.
This is what you get in the Sonic 25th Anniversary Humble Bundle.
Pay $1 or more:
- Sonic the Hedgehog (SEGA Genesis/Mega Drive)
- Sonic Adventure DX
- Sonic 3D Blast
- Sonic CD
Beat the average (right now $9.00) also unlocks:
- Sonic the Hedgehog 4 – Episode I
- Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing
- Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (SEGA Genesis/Mega Drive)
- Sonic Adventure 2 + Battle DLC
- More games coming soon
Pay $10 dollars and also get:
- Sonic Lost World
- Sonic Generations + Casino NiGHTS DLC
- Sonic the Hedgehog 4 – Episode 2
- Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed (Plus Metal Sonic & Outrun and Ryo DLC)
Pay $35 bucks and get:
- Exclusive Sonic 25th Anniversary Humble Bundle Shirt
If you have never used Humble Bundle, the way it works is that its all tiers. So if you pay the $35 dollars for the exclusive Sonic 25th Anniversary Humble Bundle shirt, you also get all the games in the package. All games redeem on Steam.
What are your guys thoughts on this Sonic 25th Anniversary Humble Bundle? What tier is everyone picking up? Let us know in the comments below.
SEGA and Humble Bundle have joined forces yet again to save you money on great SEGA games and give to charity in the process! Dubbed the “Build Your Own SEGA Bundle”, thirteen SEGA PC games ranging from RTS to first person horror to racing to sports are on sale for 75% off. If you buy three games, they all get discounted 80% while four games gets an 83% discount and five increases the discount to a cool 85%. The sale ends in 22 hours as I am writing this, so better jump on it while you still can! Games on sale include: Total War: Attila, Alien: Isolation, Company of Heroes 2, Warhammer 40k: Space Marine, Company of Heroes, Total War: Rome II – Emperor Edition, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, Company of Heroes 2: Ardennes Assault, The Typing of the Dead: Overkill Collection, Warhammer 40k: Dawn of War II Retribution, Total War: Shogun, Valkyria Chronicles, and Eastside Hockey Manager.
Rhythm Thief & the Emperor’s Treasure was a pretty excellent rhythm game by SEGA on the Nintendo 3DS, it is just too bad it didn’t sell up to expectations. Some consider the game to be one of the rare 3DS games to get physically and if you have always wanted to play the game on the cheap, Humble Bundle will give you a chance along with more Wii U & 3DS games.
Here are the tiers for their Humble Friends of Nintendo Bundle:
Pay $1 or more to get
- Retro City Rampage: DX (3DS)
- Affordable Space Adventures (Wii U)
- Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse (Wii U & 3DS)
Beat the average (right now its $9.57) to get
- Freedom Planet (Wii U)
- Rhythm Thief & the Emperor’s Treasure (3DS)
- Citizens of Earth (Wii U & 3DS)
- Retro City Rampage: DX HOME theme (3DS)
- More games coming soon…
Pay $13 dollars or more and also get
- Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Ed ( 3DS)
- Darksiders II (Wii U)
Just like past Humble Bundles, if you get the top tier you get everything below it. Now is Rhythm Thief & The Emperor’s Treasure worth $10 dollars? Yes! Now put in games like Freedom Planet and Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse, makes this a steal. Check the Humble Bundle for yourself.
It seems that SEGA and The Creative Assembly are offering their titles once again as bundles on the popular ‘pay for what you want’ model of Humble Bundle. Not only that, you can set how much money goes to the publisher (SEGA), Humble Bundle and how much is given to charities. This bundle is supporting Special Effect: The Gamer’s Charity, Willow, Walking with the Wounded, and BLES.
Pay what you want (at least $1) you get:
- Medieval II: Total War Collection
- Viking: Battle for Asgard
- Shogun: Total War Collection
- Total War: Rome OST
- Total War: WARHAMMER Illustrated Campaign Map
- Total War: ARENA 30 Days Premium Account
- Total War Battles: Kingdom
- Total War eBooks
It seems that Humble Bundle has teamed up with SEGA once again, this time to do a Relic Entertainment specific Humble Weekly Bundle. If you have been living under a rock and didn’t know that SEGA purchased Relic Entertainment after THQ went under, thus acquiring all their past games in their game catalog, now you know!
Here are the tiers
Pay at least $1:
- Company of Heroes 2 – The Western Front Armies: Oberkommmando West
- Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II
- Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War
- Company of Heroes: Complete Edition
- Company of Heroes 2 Soundtrack
- Bonus Digital Extras
Beat the average:
- Company of Heroes 2
- Company of Heroes 2 The Western Front Armies: US Forces
- Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II: Retribution
- Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine
Pay $15 or more:
- Company of Heroes 2 – Ardennes Assault
Pay $30 or more:
- A Relic T-Shirt
I would suggest to at least ‘beat the average’ if you are looking for the best ‘gaming for your buck’. Company of Heroes 2 still retails for around $40 dollars (when not on sale) and not to mention Space Marine is a great 3rd person shooter with a lengthy single player campaign. Also remember its all to support charity, so its for a worthy cause.
Open up your E-Wallets folks! There’s a big sale going on at Humble Bundle and SEGA is one of the main publishers, so get in on the big clearance ‘cuz everything must go! Although, technically it’s digital so it really doesn’t go anywhere. Just…data gets copied from a server and onto your computer but that data also stays at the server so it’s not like…..NEVERMIND! Anyway,here are some of the great SEGA deals going on:
- Alien Isolation – $12.49 (75% Off)
- Jet Set Radio HD – $0.99 (-80% off)
- NiGHTS into Dreams – $2.49 (-75% Off)
- Castle of Illusion – $3.74 (-75% Off)
- Sonic Hits Collection – $16.94 (85% Off) Includes 17 games including Sonic Genesis games, Sonic Generations, Sonic Adventure 1 & 2, Sonic 4 Episodes 1 & 2, and both SEGA & Sonic All-Stars Racing games including DLC
- Binary Domain – $2.99 (80% Off)
- Valkyria Chronicles – $6.79 (66% Off)
And many many more! The sale ends soon, so come on down and take a gander.
SEGA and Humble Bundle have teamed up once again to help charity and sell cheap PC games for the next two weeks. This time around you can get Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, NiGHTS Into Dreams, the Dreamcast Collection and DLC for Total War: Rome II and Football Manager 2015 for any price you want as long as it’s at least $1. If you pay more than the average amount you’ll also get Empire: Total War, Company of Heroes 2 DLC and other games that will be added to the bundle later on. Then there’s the $12 tier, and if you pay more than that you’ll get the standalone Fall of the Samurai expansion for Total War: Shogun 2. Finally, if you pay more than $50 you’ll get a nifty looking Dreamcast t-shirt.
Aside from this bundle, there are also various other SEGA games on sale in the Humble Store. The most notable deal on there probably being Alien: Isolation for 50% off, however that deal is only for today so you have to be quick. Other games on sale we recommend are The Typing of the Dead: Overkill, Warhammer 40K: Space Marine, Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit and of course Binary Domain.
SEGA has teamed up with Humble Bundle again, with them selling a bundle including various Android games for a price decided by you. The games included in this bundle are Sonic 4 Episode 1, ChuChu Rocket! and Virtua Tennis Challenge. If you pay more than the average price, you will also get Sonic 4 Episode 2, Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing, Crazy Taxi and other games that will be added to the bundle in the near future.
Like most other Humble Bundles, all of the games are DRM-free and a part (or all) of your money can go to charities. With this one they can go to Child’s Play, WaterAid and/or Unicef. You can also decide how much of your money goes to the charities, the games or the Humble Bundle. You’ll be able to get the bundle for the next two weeks, so there’s no hurry for if you want to get it.
Got extra cash and want six Android games including the SEGA published ‘The Cave‘? What if I told you that your cash would help charity? Now its your time to help people out and pocket a few good mobile games while you are at it. Humble Mobile Bundle 5 has been announced and as of today it includes:
At least a dollar pledged:
- Bag it
- R-Type II
- Aralon: Sword and Shadow
Beat the average (right now only $3.80):
- The Cave
- The Room Two
- More to be announced later
The Humble Bundle returns with a selection of Windows PC games offered by SEGA for one week only. The bundle locks away games based on valued tiers that will grant access if your donation total is higher than the tier. All of the games offered will generate Steam keys that can also be used as gifts. Hit the jump to see whats on offer.