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Humble Bundle's Best of 2016 82p @ Humble Store
Humble Bundle's Best of 2016 82p @ Humble Store

Humble Bundle's Best of 2016 82p @ Humble Store

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We've seen all of these games in previous bundles during 2016 (hence the bundle's name!), but there's some very high-quality titles on offer here. Personally, I've been after Evoland II for a little while, so this suits me perfectly!

Steam keys should be available for all games, provided that you pay at least $1.

Pay what you want ($1+)
Else Heart.Break()
Evoland 2
Victor Vran

Beat the average
Rust
Shadowrun: Hong Kong - Extended Edition
Stronghold Crusader 2

$10+
Homeworld Remastered Collection

72 Comments

Victor Vran in the first tier is an absolute bargain! Really good ARPG.

Rust and 5 other games for £2.28... It makes me want to buy it again.

Heat! just deciding whether Homeworld Remastered Collection is worth the extra £6 or so.

mallie21

Heat! just deciding whether Homeworld Remastered Collection is worth the … Heat! just deciding whether Homeworld Remastered Collection is worth the extra £6 or so.


It is.

reddragon105

It is.



Sold , It does not come down in price much either so even if i don't play for a while it's worth it.

Editor

something's missing...(_;)

As always, if anyone has any spare keys, from here or elsewhere, donations to Illuisionary's weekly giveaway are very much appreciated!

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Edited by: "BuzzDuraband" 18th Jan

Rust for £2 is the bargain of the year. I've got 800 hours in that game.

oh **** I just got Evoland 2 from the store!

Just bought for Rust.
Dunno why, someone sunk 800 hrs into it so I thought I should follow.
In my Steam bank for when I'm in hospital, retired or made redundant

Humble needs to Stop Cause I'm Sinking life Savings into this Crap I won't play Spicy Nevertheless

glad i build a pc the price of games on pc is amazing

That feeling when u see some games u fancy in the bundle.... think "oh they look good"... buy it... then humble site tells you all the games are already in your Steam library ... and you've never played any of them.

Well played humblebundle, well played. See you next Tuesday.

The thing is with Humble Bundle they offer so many great games every week and month, but a lot of us don't have enough time to play em. Not complaining about it (more games for cheaper the better).

Just got it for Rust
Cheers!

just bought for home world,​ now to see if the other games are worth it.

Homeworld Remastered alone is worth that price (it's a lot more on Steam.)
Review - 92%:
pcgamer.com/hom…ew/

mallie21

Sold , It does not come down in price much either so even if i don't … Sold , It does not come down in price much either so even if i don't play for a while it's worth it.


Yeah, I think the cheapest it's ever been outside of a bundle is £7.50 or so, but it's rarely available for less than £8-10. The game itself holds up really well and the remastered facelift is very impressive, plus having it on Steam (as opposed to just playing the originals from disc) gives you easy access to multiplayer and Steam Workshop mods. The only downside is that it doesn't include Cataclysm due to licensing issues but that's no great loss in the grand scheme of things. If you're into space and/or strategy games at all it's a must buy.

What I can't square the circle with is, I buy these Steam games, an expensive steering wheel peripheral for driving games, upgraded graphics card for the latest games and still fall back and sink hours and hours into BF1942 which is free.
I do get a warm fuzzy feeling though on revealing Steam keys for games I'll never play.
A library of 70+ games, that's good right?
Especially when you get a Steam Guard notification that someone's trying to steal your games from Egypt and Brazil.

reddragon105

Yeah, I think the cheapest it's ever been outside of a bundle is £7.50 or … Yeah, I think the cheapest it's ever been outside of a bundle is £7.50 or so, but it's rarely available for less than £8-10. The game itself holds up really well and the remastered facelift is very impressive, plus having it on Steam (as opposed to just playing the originals from disc) gives you easy access to multiplayer and Steam Workshop mods. The only downside is that it doesn't include Cataclysm due to licensing issues but that's no great loss in the grand scheme of things. If you're into space and/or strategy games at all it's a must buy.



It looks great, but i've a few other games at the moment and this looks like a big time sink but i hope to play it this year

mallie21

Heat! just deciding whether Homeworld Remastered Collection is worth the … Heat! just deciding whether Homeworld Remastered Collection is worth the extra £6 or so.



had the same dillemma but after reading more about the remastered version and its problems including rather infrequent patches, coupled with the devs having a history of abandoning the titles (i.e. homeworld deserts of kharak), decided to skip this one.....there is plenty of other space games and if i want a real homeworld, i can pick up a first one for a squid or two from ebay

BuzzDuraband

something's missing...(_;)As always, if anyone has any spare keys, from … something's missing...(_;)As always, if anyone has any spare keys, from here or elsewhere, donations to Illuisionary's weekly giveaway are very much appreciated!



I haven't seen a post like that in years! Brings back memories.

One does not simply just play Rust...

RedRain

glad i build a pc the price of games on pc is amazing


EXACTLY Mate the reason i bothered is that the PC eco system is just insanely good/cheap it literally pays for itself in know time compared to the inferior performance/updates/content on console version of most games games whilst you paying far more for an inferior version doesn't make any sense to me anymore.

Original Poster


I didn't want it to be the very first of the comments Cheers for doing my job for me on that front, though X)



If you think that 70 games is large, you should see the size of some collections

BuzzDuraband

something's missing...(_;)As always, if anyone has any spare keys, from … something's missing...(_;)As always, if anyone has any spare keys, from here or elsewhere, donations to Illuisionary's weekly giveaway are very much appreciated!

Bad Actor

What I can't square the circle with is, I buy these Steam games, an … What I can't square the circle with is, I buy these Steam games, an expensive steering wheel peripheral for driving games, upgraded graphics card for the latest games and still fall back and sink hours and hours into BF1942 which is free.I do get a warm fuzzy feeling though on revealing Steam keys for games I'll never play.A library of 70+ games, that's good right?Especially when you get a Steam Guard notification that someone's trying to steal your games from Egypt and Brazil.

BuzzDuraband

something's missing...(_;)As always, if anyone has any spare keys, from … something's missing...(_;)As always, if anyone has any spare keys, from here or elsewhere, donations to Illuisionary's weekly giveaway are very much appreciated!


You've not been looking hard enough You've seen this thread, I assume? hotukdeals.com/mis…148


Edited by: "Illusionary" 17th Jan

GQ Man

EXACTLY Mate the reason i bothered is that the PC eco system is just … EXACTLY Mate the reason i bothered is that the PC eco system is just insanely good/cheap it literally pays for itself in know time compared to the inferior performance/updates/content on console version of most games games whilst you paying far more for an inferior version doesn't make any sense to me anymore.



And my friend mocks me for buying games because i bought a PC, his argument is why not just download? Like come on dude support developers!

Original Poster

FRZ

And my friend mocks me for buying games because i bought a PC, his … And my friend mocks me for buying games because i bought a PC, his argument is why not just download? Like come on dude support developers!


Ask him which was the last (physical) store that he stole from. (_;)

Illusionary

If you think that 70 games is large, you should see the size of some … If you think that 70 games is large, you should see the size of some collections




336 here. X)

Ugh I just bought rust for £10. Hot

Evoland 2 is my favourite game I played in 2016, I'd pay full price just for that.

Illusionary

Come back when your profile's sporting one of these … Come back when your profile's sporting one of these [img]http://steamcommunity-a.akamaihd.net/public/images/badges/13_gamecollector/1000.png?v=2[/img]



Won't be long at this rate. X)

Heat hot supernova

Illusionary

Ask him which was the last (physical) store that he stole from. (_;)



​think thats why he prefers pc. All the theft with less the risk! "would you steal a car?!" no but I'd download one if i could.

Bo0td

336 here. X)



​312 here, im closing in on you! This deal will give it a nice bump plus possibly going to get humble monthly for xcom 2...even though i still need to play and finish xcom enemy uknown and enemy within...oh and bureau

It seems humble bundle is finally releasing some decent bundles again

I've got over 500 titles with less than 30m played. Not sure that's a good thing.

Good bundle this one, and will probably end up with the Homeworld tier for another game I won't play.

RedRain

glad i build a pc the price of games on pc is amazing



Trouble is I buy more so I don't save any money! I've bought like 3 console games ever, because they are too expensive. Yet I've got 500 games in my steam because they are cheap. oO
Edited by: "DigitalReaper" 17th Jan

ha ha the curse of pc gaming... I spend all my time trying to decide what to play and then I run out of time

Went for the 1st tier. Evoland II and Victor Vran are amazing for that. 40p each is pretty ridiculous. 268 in the library now...

They need to make another 3DS bundle. The last one they did was great!
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