Saints Row: The Third, Metro 2033, Darksiders and more are up for grabs in the first-ever AAA Humble Bundle.
The Humble Bundle has always been about offering up great collections of indie games at any price you care to pay, but this time around it’s trying something a little different, with nothing but major commercial releases from everybody’s favorite publisher-on-the-verge-of-implosion, THQ. The Humble THQ Bundle includes Darksiders, Company of Heroes and the stand-alone expansions Opposing Fronts and Tales of Valor, Red Faction: Armageddon and my personal pick of the litter (which I’m sure will come as no surprise), Metro 2033.
But that’s not all! It never is, right? The bundle also comes with the soundtracks for Company of Heroes, Red Faction: Armageddon and Darksiders, and anyone who ponies up more than the average bundle will also get Saints Row: The Third and its soundtrack, too. I think we can all agree that’s a pretty solid bonus offer.
All games are Windows-only and will be provided to buyers via Steam keys. And believe it or not, this isn’t just a bake sale for THQ, although I’m sure it could use the money: As with all Humble Bundles, you can divide your payment in whatever portion you wish to the developers, Child’s Play and the American Red Cross.
UPDATE: Two more bonuses have been added to the bundle for anyone who pays more than the average price, currently parked at $5.58: the seriously underrated action-RPG Titan Quest and the Red Faction: Armageddon expansion Path to War. The two new extras, like everything else in the Humble THQ Bundle, will be provided by way of Steam keys.
UPDATE NUMBER TWO: The Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War Game of the Year Edition has now been added to the mix for anyone who pays more than the average price, which is still at a ridiculously cheap $5.69. If you’ve already purchased the bundle, it will be added automatically.
A little more than a day remains on the Humble THQ Bundle clock. Find out more and fork over your bucks at humblebundle.com.