Digital discounts abound this week at Humble, GOG, Fanatical, and more

Humble Jumbo Bundle 10

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.

Pay what you want for the Humble Jumbo Bundle 10

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.

Pay what you want for the Humble Extra Life 2017 Bundle

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.

Some highlights:

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

GOG’s Halloween Sale – ending soon

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.

Up to 80% off in the Day of the Dead sale from Green Man Gaming

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.

Halloween sale from GamersGate

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.

Fanatical site launch sale

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.


  1. RaunakS says:

    Can anyone confirm that Dead Space 1/2 work well from within Steam? I’ve heard tales of woe in syncing with Origin, but I want to give it a shot cause ₹215 (£2.5) for both games is honestly pretty attractive.

    • Jalan says:

      I only ever saw problems with Dead Space 2, and the problems were mostly that the game never properly closed due to some weird conflict between Origin considering it properly shut down and Steam not considering it to be so. It’s how I managed to rack up over 100 hours in the game according to Steam’s own tracking, despite playing the game (on a rough personal estimate) for perhaps less than 20 from start to finish.

      This was a significant number of years ago, however, so maybe this issue doesn’t occur anymore.

    • MattM says:

      I played Dead Space last month on steam/windows 10. Make sure you visit link to to get the mouse control fix and for info on vsync issues.

    • ggggggggggg says:

      dead space 2 works great if you turn off vsync. the only annoying thing thats popped up since release is the gigantic pile of free overpowered DLC weapons the game gives you at the start almost out of spite that you have to manually buy and then store if you don’t want to spend the entire game scrolling past them

  2. Premium User Badge

    Drib says:

    I always feel a bit bad for GamersGate when I see their site name. They couldn’t have known what was coming, could they?

    • Unclepauly says:

      I would wager most purchasing gamers don’t care about the name.

  3. DEspresso says:

    What is Pathfinder online? The short vid on humble looks like an MMO (graphics not from this decade though), yet I never heard of it.

    • welverin says:

      It is, just not done yet. At least I’m pretty sure it isn’t.

      • DEspresso says:

        That’s a relief, thought it was a stealth release so stealthy no one heard about it.

  4. Ghostwise says:

    I’m still firmly convinced that “Fanatical” is a joke.

  5. Darth Gangrel says:

    I got the Humble Bundle just to get Prototype 2 cheap. It never goes down to my maximum price level of 5 euros, due to it costing 30 euros at full price and never being more than 75 % discounted. Oddworld New ‘n’ Tasty might also be good, even Epistory sounds nice.

  6. Core says:

    Speaking of game deals. There is an ad for a keyselling site kingun on this page under the RPS logo. I thought RPS frowned upon such sites? Proof: link to

    • Premium User Badge

      Drib says:

      Well as you can tell by all the intrusive, slow-loading, pageblocking ads that display even for site supporters, they also really like money.

      Not that I can blame them, I like money too.

  7. geldonyetich says:

    Unfortunately, I seem to consistently be owning over half of what they’ve been offering in the latest few bundles, this one included.

    I’m not feeling very charitable about Humble Bundle after their latest offer of Humble Monthly turned out to be a bunch of F2P money. Here’s hoping what unlocks as a part of the rest of the monthly bundle is fabulous.