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Too Humble To Handle: The Humble Jumbo Bundle

The sales will never end

Are you tired of sales? Did Black Friday and Cyborg Monday beat your wallet to a penniless pulp? Well, TOO BAD. Games will continue going on sale from now until the end of time, and somewhere in between, you will cast off your mortal coil poor and probably alone. I apologize. That was too much. Sales just get me super amped up about mortality, is all. Anyway, the Humble Jumbo Bundle is composed of six games and tons of DLC. Standouts include Natural Selection 2, Sanctum 2, and Orcs Must Die! 2. Details below.

The full, pay-what-you-want lineup this time around is Natural Selection 2, Sanctum 2, Magicka (and all of its DLC), and - if you beat the average - Orcs Must Die! 2 (plus DLC), Garry's Mod, and Serious Sam 3: BFE. Also, more games will be added in the coming days, and you'll immediately nab those as well if you push and shove your exhausted piggy bank until it whines its way past the average. As per usual, there are also charities involved (this time Child's Play and Watsi), and each game is available on Steam for Windows.

This, obviously, isn't Humble's strongest offering ever, but for only a few bucks, I think it's still a fantastic deal. Natural Selection and Magicka, especially, are absolute treats if you still don't own them. Alternatively, it is gift-giving season. If you're looking for stocking stuffers of the digital persuasion, this is probably about as cheap as it's gonna get. So then, who's buying?

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Nathan Grayson

Former News Writer

Nathan wrote news for RPS between 2012-2014, and continues to be the only American that's been a full-time member of staff. He's also written for a wide variety of places, including IGN, PC Gamer, VG247 and Kotaku, and now runs his own independent journalism site Aftermath.