Today, Humble Bundle delivers a set of games from EA. Starting at a dollar or more you can pick up Dead Space, Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box, Crysis 2 Maximum Edition, Mirror’s Edge, Medal of Honor and Dead Space 3. If you beat the average ($4.53 currently) you will also receive Battlefield 3 and The Sims 3 Starter Pack with Date Night DLC.
I’m sure you guessed by now that they’re Origin keys, but steam keys are available for Dead Space, Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box, Crysis 2 Maximum Edition, Mirror’s Edge and Medal of Honor. Also one of the cooler parts of this bundle is EA decided not to receive a share and is giving all of their proceeds to charity. While this bundle was posted less than 2 hours ago, they have currently reached $734,000+ in total payments and it doesn’t not look to be slowing down.
Today also happen to be the start of The Humble Mobile Bundlewhich is being offered for Android. As any other Humble Bundle this is pay what you want for Contre Jour, Anomaly Korea, Bladeslinger and Plants vs. Zombies. If you pay more than the average (currently $5.53) you’ll also get The Room and Metal Slug 3. This deal ends in two weeks start throwing your money now!
So for those of you not familiar with The Humble Indie Bundle, it is a pay what you want bundle of indie games. This week marks the start of The Humble Weekly Sale and the first game offered is critically acclaimed Bastion from Supergiant Games. You can obtain Bastion for the price of $1. If you beat the average (currently $2.63) you will receive the Digital Soundtrack, Bastion Digital Art Pack, Bastion Sheet Music and Bastion Android / iPhone Ringtones. If you exceed $25 you will also receive a Bastion Bandana, Bastion Original Soundtrack CD, Bastion Postcard and a Transistor Postcard (Supergiant’s Next Game), Hurry though a new deal will be posted next Tuesday!
In just a few more days StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm will release on 03/13/2013 and we will get to take our next step into the StarCraft Universe. However if you never had a chance to own or play StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty now is the best time to do it.
Newegg.com is selling StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty for just $17.99 when you use the promo code STW311. With this purchase Newegg is also allowing for free shipping.
However if you would like to get your hands on this game now you can download the game digitally from Blizzard.com for $20 through their Battle.net service until March 12.
There are discounted games on sale at the Microsoft store. With most games running around $9.99. Most games are from Microsoft with a few third party games. This is a good way to pad out your collection.
Hot off the press! Or at least the “imaginary internet press” with this deal from woot.com. For today,in lieu of the opening of the highly anticipated movie, you can get The Hunger Games Triology today for $4.05! Read more