PlayStation owners looking to pick up a few new games for a low price can get a bundle of 9 indie titles, normally worth $239 if purchased individually, for just $15 through Humble Bundle.
The bundle works in tiers, so gamers won’t necessarily have to buy the top tier if the included games don’t tickle their fancy. For instance, for just $1 players can get Grim Fandango Remastered, The Bard’s Tale Remastered and Resnarkled, and Inner Space. Those that beat the average price paid for the bundle, which is $9.86 as of this writing, will also gain access to The Talos Principle, Wasteland 2: Directors Cut, Layers of Fear, and Broken Age. Finally, anyone that pays the full $15 price tag will get both Killing Floor 2 and Devolver Digital’s Shadow Warrior 2.
This indie bundle is pretty broad in terms of the types of games that it includes, so there should be something in there for just about everyone. Every game included, with the exception of The Bard’s Tale, is worth at least $15 on its own, so it really is a good value. The bundle is scheduled to last another 13 days, so there’s still plenty of time to pick it up, too. It probably is worth noting that Humble Bundle recently suffered a data breach, though no payment or personal information was leaked, so gamers shouldn’t be anxious about data leaking if they decide to purchase the bundle.
Most of the included games have also been well received critically, and it’s pretty likely Layers of Fear is being included to help promote the upcoming sequel. Considering that these games will likely take at least a hundred hours to beat all together, it’s hard to argue that the price is too steep. Plus, Humble Bundle donates a portion of its revenue to a variety of charities, so it’s all for a good cause at the end of the day.
Humble Bundle is also offering its usual PC bundles, though players on other platforms are out of luck at the moment. However, Xbox did announce it’s Games With Gold lineup for February earlier today, which should keep players preoccupied until another bundle finds its way to the site, at least once the free games go live on the Xbox marketplace.