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Humble Namco Bundle 2: Pac Man, Ace Combat, Enslaved for $1

by Mark Tyson on 1 February 2017, 11:31

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The Humble Bundlers have released a new Bandai Namco games bundle. This second collection of games from the titular publishers is aptly called the Humble Bandai Namco Bundle 2. There are four tiers available this time around, starting from pay-what-you-want ($1+ for Steam keys), plus the usual beat the average tier. Above these payment levels there is a $15 and even a $35 tier. Read on to check out what's on offer...

In its entry level pay-what-you-want tier three games are available to purchasers. PAC-MAN 256, Ace Combat Assault Horizon, and ENSLAVED: Odyssey to the West Premium Edition can be snagged for a dollar+ (about 80p). With this bundle tier, and all above, there is also a voucher for 10 per cent off Humble Monthly for new subscribers.

If you beat the average, currently $8.45 (about £6.77) you can add three more games to your collection. These are: Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade, Project CARS, and NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 3 Full Burst. Remember that this tier always gets games added at a later date (a week later, half way through the bundle availability time).

The next step up is to $15 (£11.90). For this sum you can add Tales of Zestiria and Project CARS – 'On Demand' DLC Pack (includes 12 DLCs).

Lastly there's a big step up to $35 (£27.75) required if you want to pre-order puzzle platformer Little Nightmares. This game is due out on 28th April on PC, Xbox One, and PS4. However the pre-order price on Steam, for example, is only £15.99 so you are only saving 14 pence by going for the Humble Bundle version, by my calculations today.

As usual you can choose where your Humble Bundle money goes, and mix up the cash split between Bandai Namco, a Humble Tip, and charities Extra Life, Save the Children, and more. This bundle has 13 and a half days left to run.



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Finally a decent looking bundle, went for the $15 tier - was considering project cars on the PS4, but the PC version with DLC and extra games was a nice deal.

Don't forget you can choose your own charity on this one, I tend to put 100% of my donation to a UK based charity (Dogs Trust).

Edit: whoops didn't see that extra bit in the article after the video :)