As an assortment of Halloween sale events grind to a halt now that we’re officially in November (the month of Black Friday deals), a few more rise up to bridge the gap. So here’s a handy-dandy look at a bunch of them. Are you sitting comfortably?
First up, Humble’s got another bundle – not a shocker, but this time its the 10th iteration of the Humble Jumbo Bundle. This version includes Oddworld New ‘n’ Tasty, Grey Goo, Kingdom: New Lands, Wasteland 2 and the promise of a few more added in a week’s time. If you’re a Humble Monthly subscriber, you’ll also get a couple of shekels thrown into your Humble Store wallet, too.
Also at Humble, the Humble Extra Life 2017 Bundle is live, featuring Guacamelee, Kingsway, Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 and a truly ludicrous amount of Pathfinder digital books.
Over at GOG, you’ve got just about a day left to pick up some of the site’s Halloween discounts – the range features over 300 games with up to 90% off, by the way. If you spend $15 (about £12) or more, you’ll get a free copy of Tales From The Borderlands for your troubles.
Vampire The Masquerade – Bloodlines for £3.79 / $4.99 / €4.29
Darkest Dungeon for £7.59 / $9.99 / €9.29
SOMA for £5.69 / $7.49 / €6.29
Hollow Knight for £7.59 / $9.89 / €8.39
Quake 2 Quad Damage for £2.59 / $3.39 / €2.89
Sunless Sea for £4.79 / $6.29 / €5.39
Hotline Miami 2 for £3.09 / $3.79 / €3.79
Dead Space for £2.99 / $3.99 / €3.99
Grim Fandango Remastered for £2.49 / $3.79 / €3.49
Outlast 2 for £13.89 / $17.99 / €16.89
Kingsway for £4.99 / $6.99 / €7.09
The 11th Hour for 99p / $1.19 / €1.09
Similarly, the Halloween offerings from Green Man Gaming are still available but not for long. Highlights from that range include Doom for £13.39, Overcooked for £6.50, Stories Untold for £2.38, Noct for £1.75, Gods Will Be Watching for £1.40 and more.
Meanwhile, at GamersGate, there’s the last chance to get a discounted game from the site’s – you guessed it – Halloween sale. You can get Resident Evil 7 for £16, Observer for £16.10, The Walking Dead: A New Frontier for £8.20, the Metro Redux bundle for £5, and a bunch more.
Finally, Bundle Stars is no more – the site has rebranded as Fanatical, presumably to no longer be chained by the oppressors of the Bundle gods. To celebrate, the site has a massive site launch sale on right now, featuring all kinds of games and discounts. You can get an extra 10% off your purchases by entering the code FANATICAL10 during checkout, too.
Right, that’s all for now, I’m off to play more Wolfenstein 2 in my absolutely obsessive attempt to eke out every last drop of gameplay possible from that one.