Final Fantasy, Yakuza and Tomb Raider for a few euros. The start of the winter sale at Humble Bundle wasn’t bad. Now they have Second week offers started and this time Bandai Namco, Capcom and Bethesda are among them.
Some of the highlights presented
The Bandai Namco portfolio is of course particularly interesting for you. The tales of games are particularly cheap. Tales of Symphonia for 4.99 euros * or Tales of Berseria for 7.99 euros * are impressive. The definitive edition of Tales of Vesperia (with the PS3 content) is available for 9.99 euros. There is also everything a Bandai Namco heart desires. Dragon Ball, Dark Sols, Ni no Kuni, God Eater and Sword Art Online – all included!
Capcom, of course, knocks out Resident Evil. Resident Evil 5 is available for 4.99 euros * or Resident Evil 7 biohazard for 14.99 euros *. The Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy is waiting for 14.99 euros *. Mega Man is also represented with several offshoots. There are also a few classics such as Strider, Onimusha: Warlords or Lost Planet. And Monster Hunter World including Iceborn is available for 24.79 euros *.
The usual suspects await at Bethesda, now part of Microsoft. Fallout, The Evil Within, Dishonored, DOOM, Wolfenstein and of course, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Strategy fans get their money’s worth at Ubisoft and numerous Anno games *.
Indie fans also get their money’s worth
And of course, indie fans get their money’s worth at Devolver Digital *. Enter the Gungeon, GRIS, Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number, Katana Zero, The Talos Principle, The Red Strings Club are just a few of the great indies from Devolver Digital, all of which you can get for around five euros each.
What is your recommendation from the new sale?
Images: Ni no Kuni: The Curse of the White Queen, Bandai Namco / Level-5