The New Humble Bundle Offers Most Telltale's Games for Just $15

The New Humble Bundle Offers Most Telltale's Games for Just $15

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You can pick up most of Telltale Games' entire catalog in the newest Humble Bundle.

The newest offering from the folks over at Humble Bundle is a godsend for fans of Telltale Games. It's even better if you've always wanted to try out Telltale's titles, but never got around to it. In the bundle, you can get most every game the company has made, and you can do it for just $15.

As you'd expect from a Humble Bundle, there are three tiers of participation. The first gives you a lot of games for a measly buck:

  • Sam & Max: Season 1
  • Sam & Max: Season 2
  • Puzzle Agent 1
  • Puzzle Agent 2
  • Bone - Episode 1 & Episode 2
  • Hector: Badge of Carnage
  • Telltale Texas Hold'em
  • Poker Night at the Inventory
  • The Walking Dead - Season 1

The second tier of games requires you to beat the average, which sits at $8.35 as of this writing. Doing so gets you all of the following in addition to the games above:

  • The Walking Dead: Michonne
  • Tales from the Borderlands
  • The Walking Dead - Season 2
  • Game of Thrones
  • A coupon for 50 percent off The Walking Dead: A New Frontier in the Humble Store
  • The promise of more games being added next week

Jumping up to the final, $15 tier gets you Batman: The Telltale Series, Minecraft: Story Mode, and the Minecraft: Story Mode Adventure Pass. As usual, buying any tier gets you a 10 percent off coupon for Humble's Monthly subscription service as well.

This month's bundle features WaterAid of America as its charity, but you can always select your own if you'd like to see your donation go elsewhere. You can grab the Humble Telltale Bundle until next Tuesday, July 25.

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See, I quite like the various offerings from Telltale Games (despite my deep-seated hatred of QTEs) but they seem to have trouble carrying on their stories. OK, they made a decent run of The Walking Dead, but The Wolf Among Us? Great story, season 1 left on a cliffhanger, no season 2. Tales From The Borderlands? Great story, season 1 left on a cliffhanger, no season 2. I recently found myself looking at season 1 of Batman, but decided not to get it because I didn't want to invest into yet another story that they won't run with.

I was going to say that I hope literally no one drops $15 on this bundle but looking at the top contributors I can already see that my faith is misplaced. Well at least I can reserve some satisfaction that the average amount of the 42000 sales so far have only chosen to beat the average.

Grouchy Imp:
See, I quite like the various offerings from Telltale Games (despite my deep-seated hatred of QTEs) but they seem to have trouble carrying on their stories. OK, they made a decent run of The Walking Dead, but The Wolf Among Us? Great story, season 1 left on a cliffhanger, no season 2. Tales From The Borderlands? Great story, season 1 left on a cliffhanger, no season 2. I recently found myself looking at season 1 of Batman, but decided not to get it because I didn't want to invest into yet another story that they won't run with.

Hmm I sort of agree with you about that but have an inverse opinion on the games, The Walking Dead felt like it was just dragging on with Season Two especially with how little actually happened with Clementine in comparison to Lee from the first Season and from the little I've watched of Season three it just seemed like a repeat of the second season but with Clem being older. Whilst The Wolf Among Us and Tales of the Borderlands were a little wishy-washy with their writing, they were able to round out to a decent final conclusion that didn't really seem to beg for more especially considering Wolf figured out the murder mystery and only finished with the unanswered mystery surrounding Nerissa whilst Borderlands figured out it's mystery and dealt with

If anything I wish Telltale would go back to actually making Point and Click games like Sam & Max or Monkey Island rather than continue unloading trash like Minecraft: Story Mode.

Grouchy Imp:
See, I quite like the various offerings from Telltale Games (despite my deep-seated hatred of QTEs) but they seem to have trouble carrying on their stories. OK, they made a decent run of The Walking Dead, but The Wolf Among Us? Great story, season 1 left on a cliffhanger, no season 2. Tales From The Borderlands? Great story, season 1 left on a cliffhanger, no season 2. I recently found myself looking at season 1 of Batman, but decided not to get it because I didn't want to invest into yet another story that they won't run with.

Hilariously, Telltale just announced season 2 of The Wolf Among Us today, and Batman season 2 is coming August 8. There's also more Walking Dead coming next year. http://www.escapistmagazine.com/news/view/170799-Telltale-Announces-New-Wolf-Among-Us-Walking-Dead-Batman-Games

Grouchy Imp:
... but The Wolf Among Us? Great story, season 1 left on a cliffhanger, no season 2.

No it didn't. It raised some doubt at the end, but the story was resolved. That's not a cliffhanger.

Also:

Tales From The Borderlands? Great story, season 1 left on a cliffhanger, no season 2.

That wasn't even close to a cliffhanger. It was a "the adventure continues..." kind of deal. The only thing left hanging was the contents of the vault, which wasn't the point.

Nile McMorrow:
Hmm I sort of agree with you about that but have an inverse opinion on the games, The Walking Dead felt like it was just dragging on with Season Two especially with how little actually happened with Clementine in comparison to Lee from the first Season and from the little I've watched of Season three it just seemed like a repeat of the second season but with Clem being older.

I dunno, in season three Clem has become the sum of all of the decisions you have made in seasons one and two, and there is a great satisfaction in seeing how 'your' Clem has come to cope with the world. Bear in mind that Clem is an NPC in season three, and any actions she takes are taken based on the lessons she learned in seasons one and two.

Zhukov:
No it didn't. It raised some doubt at the end, but the story was resolved. That's not a cliffhanger.

Also:

Also, cheers for the vid. :)

 

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