Latest Humble Bundle Gives Us Some 2K Games Goodness On the Cheap

Posted on July 8, 2014 2:41 PM by Rob Williams

I have to admit that for the most part, I don’t pay too close of attention to Humble Bundle lately. You could say the service’s intrigue is long gone, since we’re now able to access multiple new bundles each and every week. Every once in a while though, one comes along that just grabs me by the throat, and ultimately convinces me to write a post about it.

Humble 2K Bundle

The Humble 2K Bundle is definitely one of those. For at least $1, you can acquire BioShock, The Darkness II, and The Bureau: XCOM Declassified. That kind of pricing beats the pants off of any possible price you’d ever be able to get these games for during a famous Steam sale.

But, it gets better. Spend at least the average (which is $5.28 as of the time of writing), and you’ll add BioShock 2, Spec Ops: The Line, and one of my favorite games of all time, Mafia II. Further, if you want to splurge $20, you’ll earn yourself XCOM: Enemy Unknown, and BioShock Infinite.

As if this sale wasn’t good enough, Humble Bundle promises that there are “more [games] on the way”. Is that Civilization I smell in the air?

Head on over to Humble Bundle to take advantage of this awesome deal.

  • zacharyt1122

    Unfortunately I already own every one of these games. Constant sales and bundles have put me in a bit of dry spell where I own most of the bundles or sales, or just are not interested because I own too many games. I’ve been hit with the realization that I’ll never be able to play every game I own and have stopped purchasing for price alone.

    • Rob Williams

      That’s a great way of thinking. It’s definitely hard to resist buying up bundles sometimes though. I feel like many end up doing it mostly because they love seeing their collection grow, more than they want to play a particular game in there.

      • Dwayne Glode

        That sounds like me, have a ton of games I haven’t even played. I just cant resist.

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