Humble runs second Bandai Namco Bundle

Humble runs second Bandai Namco Bundle

Humble Bundle have joined up with Bandai Namco for a second time in order to sell some of the publisher’s back catalogue (and one upcoming game) at cheap prices.┬áThe usual tiers are in place, with ‘pay what you like’, ‘beat the average’, $15, and so on.

At the lowest level ($1 or more), you’ll get Pac-Man 256, Enslaved: Odyssey to the West (Premium), and Ace-Combat Assault Horizon (Enhanced). If you fancy beating the average paid amount (currently just under $7), then you’ll also be getting Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst, Project CARS, Warhammer 40K: Eternal Crusade (that’s the third-person PvP multiplayer one), and some kind of extra mystery gift game to be revealed in a week or so.

Beyond that, the $15 mark adds Tales of Zestiria and a Project CARS DLC pack. To get all of the above plus the upcoming Little Nightmares, there’s a $35. Or, to put it another way, if you had any interest in Little Nightmares and would like a bunch of other games along with it, this is a pretty good way of doing that.

The Bandai Namco Bundle looks set to run for a fortnight (a little under now, since it appeared today), and the standard Humble Bundle procedure of being able to split your payment between Humble, the publisher, and various charities (Save the Children and Extra Life among them) applies.

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    • rochyroch

      That’s a good price for Project CARS.