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Stellaris as part of June bundle - £9.26 ($12.00) @ Humble Monthly

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Humble Bundle's May 2017 monthly bundle has just been revealed, which also prompts the announcement of the headline game for June 2017. Subscribe now (or pay early, for existing subscribers) for insta… Read More
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3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago
Humble Bundle's May 2017 monthly bundle has just been revealed, which also prompts the announcement of the headline game for June 2017. Subscribe now (or pay early, for existing subscribers) for instant receipt of a Steam key for Stellaris. When the full bundle is revealed at the start of June, you'll receive a further seven games (most of which should come with Steam keys).

The base price for the bundle is $12.00, which currently works out at £9.26 (note that if you pay by PayPal, their currency exchange fees will increase this slightly). For new subscribers, if you've recently purchased one of the weekly bundles, you should be eligible for a 10% discount on the first month.
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#1
...And as for May's full line-up, suffice to say that I'm *very* pleased!

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#2
So how does this work, do I buy now and get Stellaris right now - or do I have to wait till the end of the month where I get Stellaris and some other games too?
#3
scottishgamer
So how does this work, do I buy now and get Stellaris right now - or do I have to wait till the end of the month where I get Stellaris and some other games too?
Buy now, get Stellaris immediately. The remainder of the games are then revealed and become available on 2 June.
#4
Illusionary
scottishgamer
So how does this work, do I buy now and get Stellaris right now - or do I have to wait till the end of the month where I get Stellaris and some other games too?
Buy now, get Stellaris immediately. The remainder of the games are then revealed and become available on 2 June.
should have probably read the description a bit more in depth. Thanks!
#5
Illusionary
...And as for May's full line-up, suffice to say that I'm *very* pleased!

DiRT Rally
INSIDE
This is the Police
Undertale
Metrico+
The Turing Test
GoNNER - Press Jump To Die Edition
Super Rude Bear Resurrection


wow this is the police ! so glad I bought it last month what a bargain !!!
#6
Illusionary
...And as for May's full line-up, suffice to say that I'm *very* pleased!DiRT Rally
INSIDE
This is the Police
Undertale
Metrico+
The Turing Test
GoNNER - Press Jump To Die Edition
Super Rude Bear Resurrection
Slightly annoyed that I didn't buy last months, especially with This is the police! (Plus I think I had a 10% off laying around :()
#7
Reviews of Stellaris:
Stellaris Metacritic: 78% (57 critics, 8 from 597 users), Steam: Very Positive 87% (12031 reviews)

Undertale looks like it would have been good last month.
2 Likes #8
If anybody is penny counting, you can buy the bottom tier of an active bundle, and get 10% off, which is a saving of around £0.07 :{
#9
Illusionary
...And as for May's full line-up, suffice to say that I'm *very* pleased!DiRT Rally
INSIDE
This is the Police
Undertale
Metrico+
The Turing Test
GoNNER - Press Jump To Die Edition
Super Rude Bear Resurrection

Contender for best month yet as far as I'm concerned. Metrico+ was the only game offered that I hadn't heard of before.
#10
What happens if you already own the games?
1 Like #11
That's me cancelling my subscription for the month then. A mediocre Paradox strategy games which can be had for £15 from cdkeys, and it'll be accompanied by another set of rubbish (unless you're into them) indie games worth nothing. The $40 RRP is really a joke.

I know we can't always expect genuine AAA games all the time through Humble, but it's quite hit and miss with the leading titles, and this is a miss for me.

However, decent deal if you wanted this base version of the game.
#12
Studge
What happens if you already own the games?
Extra copies for a friend :D
1 Like #13
Studge
What happens if you already own the games?
Donate to my weekly giveaway? :)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/weekly-game-codes-giveaway-168-2682656

http://i.imgur.com/9IVHlP5.jpg
3 Likes #14
rofldinho
That's me cancelling my subscription for the month then. A mediocre Paradox strategy games which can be had for £15 from cdkeys, and it'll be accompanied by another set of rubbish (unless you're into them) indie games worth nothing. The $40 RRP is really a joke.

I know we can't always expect genuine AAA games all the time through Humble, but it's quite hit and miss with the leading titles, and this is a miss for me.

However, decent deal if you wanted this base version of the game.
£9.26 is less than £15, though?

Edited By: Illusionary on May 05, 2017 19:29
#15
nathan3007
Studge
What happens if you already own the games?
Extra copies for a friend :D


So waste of money then.... lol

Be great if you could get a credit note or something
#16
Ah man I bought this two days ago for £15, I know its only a fiver difference but I've been humming and hawing about signing up for the humble bundle for a while, but was put off by the headline games the last two months. Really enjoying Stellaris so far tho so its not all bad :)
#17
If anyone has, and doesn't want super rude bear, please let me know. Unfortunately you can't get the monthly bundle now, and can't buy super rude bear either.
#18
radionotme
If anyone has, and doesn't want super rude bear, please let me know. Unfortunately you can't get the monthly bundle now, and can't buy super rude bear either.
What do you mean with "can't buy super rude bear either"? It's available to buy from Steam directly (among other places): http://store.steampowered.com/app/384250/

Edited By: Illusionary on May 06, 2017 00:33
#19
Ah, thanks. For some reason the page Google took me to said the price was N/A
4 Likes #20
rofldinho
That's me cancelling my subscription for the month then. A mediocre Paradox strategy games which can be had for £15 from cdkeys, and it'll be accompanied by another set of rubbish (unless you're into them) indie games worth nothing. The $40 RRP is really a joke.
I know we can't always expect genuine AAA games all the time through Humble, but it's quite hit and miss with the leading titles, and this is a miss for me.
However, decent deal if you wanted this base version of the game.

This logic makes absolutely no sense, considering £9.26 is quite a bit lower than £15, plus you get all the other games. If you're not interested in Stellaris at all maybe that's what you should have said. Also I don't know what you expect from Humble, giving high quality indie games is what it does, if you're not interested in "rubbish" indies at all, then subscribing in the first place is quite strange, not that 'indie' is a genre, and if you actually tried the games maybe you'd like them :{.
#21
pRxda
rofldinho
That's me cancelling my subscription for the month then. A mediocre Paradox strategy games which can be had for £15 from cdkeys, and it'll be accompanied by another set of rubbish (unless you're into them) indie games worth nothing. The $40 RRP is really a joke.
I know we can't always expect genuine AAA games all the time through Humble, but it's quite hit and miss with the leading titles, and this is a miss for me.
However, decent deal if you wanted this base version of the game.
This logic makes absolutely no sense, considering £9.26 is quite a bit lower than £15, plus you get all the other games. If you're not interested in Stellaris at all maybe that's what you should have said. Also I don't know what you expect from Humble, giving high quality indie games is what it does, if you're not interested in "rubbish" indies at all, then subscribing in the first place is quite strange, not that 'indie' is a genre, and if you actually tried the games maybe you'd like them :{.

FATALITY !
1 Like #22
nathan3007
Illusionary
...And as for May's full line-up, suffice to say that I'm *very* pleased!DiRT Rally
INSIDE
This is the Police
Undertale
Metrico+
The Turing Test
GoNNER - Press Jump To Die Edition
Super Rude Bear Resurrection
Slightly annoyed that I didn't buy last months, especially with This is the police! (Plus I think I had a 10% off laying around :()
Same here.....but wouldn't they sell more if they revealed the hidden games, even if just on the last day or two ?
#23
pRxda
rofldinho
That's me cancelling my subscription for the month then. A mediocre Paradox strategy games which can be had for £15 from cdkeys, and it'll be accompanied by another set of rubbish (unless you're into them) indie games worth nothing. The $40 RRP is really a joke.
I know we can't always expect genuine AAA games all the time through Humble, but it's quite hit and miss with the leading titles, and this is a miss for me.
However, decent deal if you wanted this base version of the game.
This logic makes absolutely no sense, considering £9.26 is quite a bit lower than £15, plus you get all the other games. If you're not interested in Stellaris at all maybe that's what you should have said. Also I don't know what you expect from Humble, giving high quality indie games is what it does, if you're not interested in "rubbish" indies at all, then subscribing in the first place is quite strange, not that 'indie' is a genre, and if you actually tried the games maybe you'd like them :{.
Yeah, the poster aboves logic.....is just so ermmmm....wrong.
#24
mardavrio
nathan3007
Illusionary
...And as for May's full line-up, suffice to say that I'm *very* pleased!DiRT Rally
INSIDE
This is the Police
Undertale
Metrico+
The Turing Test
GoNNER - Press Jump To Die Edition
Super Rude Bear Resurrection
Slightly annoyed that I didn't buy last months, especially with This is the police! (Plus I think I had a 10% off laying around :()
Same here.....but wouldn't they sell more if they revealed the hidden games, even if just on the last day or two ?


Maybe so, but that takes the fun out of it :D
#25
However much I chastise Stellaris for being deeply flawed and unfinished, its definitely worth £9.
Moreover the more sales it makes, the more likely it'll progress toward becoming finished!
#26
nathan3007
Studge
What happens if you already own the games?
Extra copies for a friend :D

Are you sure that is still allowed? Because I checked back yesterday after the May bundle unlocked and a lot of my unredeemed codes now say "Already in steam library" and the button is greyed out :(
#27
May was the first bundle I've ever signed up to and very happy with it. This seems well worth it if you want Stellaris but think I might skip it, I just never managed to get on with the other Paradox strategy games so don't think this is for me. Heat added though.
#28
rofldinho
That's me cancelling my subscription for the month then. A mediocre Paradox strategy games which can be had for £15 from cdkeys, and it'll be accompanied by another set of rubbish (unless you're into them) indie games worth nothing. The $40 RRP is really a joke.
I know we can't always expect genuine AAA games all the time through Humble, but it's quite hit and miss with the leading titles, and this is a miss for me.
However, decent deal if you wanted this base version of the game.
What so you are complaining because the lead title in the bundle can be bought from more from a discount games site? I'm not sure of your logic, they have a bit saying the MSRP is $40, that's true it is $40 MSRP that's what it costs on steam right now.

Also Stellaris is an amazing game, far from mediocre and they have done very well improving it in updates.
#29
rofldinho
That's me cancelling my subscription for the month then. A mediocre Paradox strategy games which can be had for £15 from cdkeys, and it'll be accompanied by another set of rubbish (unless you're into them) indie games worth nothing. The $40 RRP is really a joke.
I know we can't always expect genuine AAA games all the time through Humble, but it's quite hit and miss with the leading titles, and this is a miss for me.
However, decent deal if you wanted this base version of the game.
Are you kidding? You've just argued that £9.26 for a £15 game plus a few more is somehow a bad deal.
You could literally buy Stellaris right now and then immediately sell it somewhere for around what you paid for it, meaning that you'll get whatever the surprise games are next month effectively for free - and, sure, it may be a bunch of games that you don't want (which doesn't make them rubbish, by the way), but there also might be a game that you really want and you will have gotten it for free.
#30
reddragon105
rofldinho
That's me cancelling my subscription for the month then. A mediocre Paradox strategy games which can be had for £15 from cdkeys, and it'll be accompanied by another set of rubbish (unless you're into them) indie games worth nothing. The $40 RRP is really a joke.
I know we can't always expect genuine AAA games all the time through Humble, but it's quite hit and miss with the leading titles, and this is a miss for me.
However, decent deal if you wanted this base version of the game.
Are you kidding? You've just argued that £9.26 for a £15 game plus a few more is somehow a bad deal.
You could literally buy Stellaris right now and then immediately sell it somewhere for around what you paid for it, meaning that you'll get whatever the surprise games are next month effectively for free - and, sure, it may be a bunch of games that you don't want (which doesn't make them rubbish, by the way), but there also might be a game that you really want and you will have gotten it for free.


u cant sell humblebundle game keyes. just saying......they can ban you.
#31
Karmazyn
reddragon105
rofldinho
That's me cancelling my subscription for the month then. A mediocre Paradox strategy games which can be had for £15 from cdkeys, and it'll be accompanied by another set of rubbish (unless you're into them) indie games worth nothing. The $40 RRP is really a joke.
I know we can't always expect genuine AAA games all the time through Humble, but it's quite hit and miss with the leading titles, and this is a miss for me.
However, decent deal if you wanted this base version of the game.
Are you kidding? You've just argued that £9.26 for a £15 game plus a few more is somehow a bad deal.
You could literally buy Stellaris right now and then immediately sell it somewhere for around what you paid for it, meaning that you'll get whatever the surprise games are next month effectively for free - and, sure, it may be a bunch of games that you don't want (which doesn't make them rubbish, by the way), but there also might be a game that you really want and you will have gotten it for free.


u cant sell humblebundle game keyes. just saying......they can ban you.


huh what? that is not even possible. you get steam keys from them. what you do with the steam keys is none of their business and they can't even track them
#32
Glad I cancelled my sub before the April bundle. It was pretty disappointing IMO.... game got replaced for a comic!?
All of the games could be had for <£1.50 each from G2A, apart from Dirt Rally ofc... but that's not my type of game.

Karmazyn

u cant sell humblebundle game keyes. just saying......they can ban you.

I've been selling majority of my keys from my monthly bundles since the first one, and the generic bundles.

Edited By: Turret on May 06, 2017 16:36
#33
Joshimitsu91
nathan3007
Studge
What happens if you already own the games?
Extra copies for a friend :D
Are you sure that is still allowed? Because I checked back yesterday after the May bundle unlocked and a lot of my unredeemed codes now say "Already in steam library" and the button is greyed out :(
To be honest, it was more a joke, I actually have no idea :D
#34
fr3dy77_sp33d
Karmazyn
reddragon105
rofldinho
That's me cancelling my subscription for the month then. A mediocre Paradox strategy games which can be had for £15 from cdkeys, and it'll be accompanied by another set of rubbish (unless you're into them) indie games worth nothing. The $40 RRP is really a joke.
I know we can't always expect genuine AAA games all the time through Humble, but it's quite hit and miss with the leading titles, and this is a miss for me.
However, decent deal if you wanted this base version of the game.
Are you kidding? You've just argued that £9.26 for a £15 game plus a few more is somehow a bad deal.
You could literally buy Stellaris right now and then immediately sell it somewhere for around what you paid for it, meaning that you'll get whatever the surprise games are next month effectively for free - and, sure, it may be a bunch of games that you don't want (which doesn't make them rubbish, by the way), but there also might be a game that you really want and you will have gotten it for free.


u cant sell humblebundle game keyes. just saying......they can ban you.


huh what? that is not even possible. you get steam keys from them. what you do with the steam keys is none of their business and they can't even track them


its against terms and conditions. check it out man. i am serious.
#35
Turret
Glad I cancelled my sub before the April bundle. It was pretty disappointing IMO.... game got replaced for a comic!?
All of the games could be had for <£1.50 each from G2A, apart from Dirt Rally ofc... but that's not my type of game.

Karmazyn

u cant sell humblebundle game keyes. just saying......they can ban you.

I've been selling majority of my keys from my monthly bundles since the first one, and the generic bundles.


u must have been lucky brah, flying under the radar or something. its againt terms and conditions u know.
#36
Turret
Glad I cancelled my sub before the April bundle. It was pretty disappointing IMO.... game got replaced for a comic!?

Actually the comic was in addition, not as a replacement. There was 8 games which could be activated through steam, plus the comic.
Also, you do realise that the games are that price on G2A because people who buy the keys which you've sold them, resell them on that site for a profit. They aren't that price prior to the bundle being available.
#37
was in doubt on purchasing this game, reviews do not convince me. however take the plunge and it turns up I love it. I love the mysterious tech tree and random challenges. it makes every new game feel different. without realising I played this all night
#38
Karmazyn
fr3dy77_sp33d
Karmazyn
reddragon105
rofldinho
That's me cancelling my subscription for the month then. A mediocre Paradox strategy games which can be had for £15 from cdkeys, and it'll be accompanied by another set of rubbish (unless you're into them) indie games worth nothing. The $40 RRP is really a joke.
I know we can't always expect genuine AAA games all the time through Humble, but it's quite hit and miss with the leading titles, and this is a miss for me.
However, decent deal if you wanted this base version of the game.
Are you kidding? You've just argued that £9.26 for a £15 game plus a few more is somehow a bad deal.
You could literally buy Stellaris right now and then immediately sell it somewhere for around what you paid for it, meaning that you'll get whatever the surprise games are next month effectively for free - and, sure, it may be a bunch of games that you don't want (which doesn't make them rubbish, by the way), but there also might be a game that you really want and you will have gotten it for free.
u cant sell humblebundle game keyes. just saying......they can ban you.
huh what? that is not even possible. you get steam keys from them. what you do with the steam keys is none of their business and they can't even track them
its against terms and conditions. check it out man. i am serious.

How would they know though? If i buy it discounted and sell it on at a later date isn't it legally my property to do with as i please, i know they've tried making it so all purchases are automatically linked to your Steam account but they still allow you to "gift" to a friend and you can see the actual key so they aren't completely against you sharing keys around.
#39
fr3dy77_sp33d
was in doubt on purchasing this game, reviews do not convince me. however take the plunge and it turns up I love it. I love the mysterious tech tree and random challenges. it makes every new game feel different. without realising I played this all night

Does it include a decent tutorial? I've struggled with other Paradox titles as I've felt lost even after the tutorial, just wondering how easy it is to get into.
#40
Mark43
fr3dy77_sp33d
was in doubt on purchasing this game, reviews do not convince me. however take the plunge and it turns up I love it. I love the mysterious tech tree and random challenges. it makes every new game feel different. without realising I played this all night
Does it include a decent tutorial? I've struggled with other Paradox titles as I've felt lost even after the tutorial, just wondering how easy it is to get into.

I wouldn't rely upon in-game tutorials to teach you how to play Paradox games; much better to watch one of the many youtuber/streamer tutorial videos.

As for Stellaris.... conceptually it's one of the simplest of Paradox's titles, though simultaneously its user interface is one of the worst.

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