Bioshock, XCOM and Spec Ops are just three of the awesome games in the Humble 2K Bundle

Spec Ops: The Line

By on July 9, 2014 at 8:55 am

If you are like me, you are going to have a problem with the latest Humble Bundle, the Humble 2K Bundle. It’s not a matter of disliking the games available, but one of already owning every game in the bundle. For $1 you get Bioshock, The Bureau: XCOM Declassified and The Darkness 2. If you beat the average – currently $6.72 – you also get Bioshock 2, Mafia 2 and Spec Ops: The Line. Finally, if you fork out $20 you will also acquire Bioshock Infinite and XCOM: Enemy Unknown.

That’s freaking awesome. That’s the kind of price that does odd things to your brain, or at least to my brain, convincing me that even though I already own every game in the list, I can’t pass up a deal like that. $20 for XCOM: Enemy Unknown?! I could give it to a stranger and brighten their day. I could attempt to teach my mum how to play, before I inevitably lose it at her for not grasping things that are obvious to me. The sky is truly the limit.

All of the games in the 2K Bundle come with Steam keys, and the site promises more games coming soon to the ‘Beat the Average’ selection. Embedded below is a fancy trailer for the Bundle, which tells you all of the same things I just told you, minus my idiotic money management woes. Check out the Humble 2K Bundle over on the Humble Bundle site.

2 comments (Leave your own)

Any guesses as to what will be added?

 

caitsith01,

Civilization non-complete edition for some extra DLC sales goodness.

 
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