STEAM - Humble Bundle THQ pack

Discussion in 'Video Games and Technology' started by Cracka J, Nov 29, 2012.

  1. Cracka J

    Cracka J judas in my mind TFW2005 Supporter

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    Sounds unreal, but for whatever the average donation is (around $6 atm) you can get a crapload of THQ games on steam. This is 100% legit, I'm DLing mine as I type this.

    https://www.humblebundle.com/

    The best part? THQ is likely going under, but even if you're not a fan of their business practices and would enjoy watching them burn (while still playing their games :lol ), you can adjust where your donation goes and contribute all of it to someone who actually needs it, like the red cross.

    So whether your a fan of them or not, it's a great deal to pick up some solid titles for dirt cheap, and make a nice donation on top of it.
     
  2. thecollector

    thecollector Will pet your dog

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    Totally gonna do this later.
    EDIT: Did it, got SR3 too :D 
     
  3. Gigatron_2005

    Gigatron_2005 President of Calendars

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    Already got the best games in that pack (Metro 2033, SR3, and CoH) but bought anyway. I even just got CoH over the Thanksgiving sale, but I'm not even mad about it. This is a great deal guys for some fantastic games.

    Give to charity, but be sure to throw a few bucks THQ's way too (they're basically a charity at this point). They have sequels to Metro and Company of Heroes coming out, and I don't want them to go under before those games are released.
     
  4. Sokar

    Sokar Well-Known Member

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    I've already got Darksiders and Saints Row, but the soundtracks make this definitely worth buying a couple doubles of some decent games.

    Plus, the charity thing...