This week's Humble Weekly Sale is tailored around Sega titles, allowing users to pay what they want for a suite of games old and new. Pay $1 or more and you'll get Obsidian Entertainment's role-playing game Alpha Protocol, strategy games Company of Heroes and Rome: Total War, and platformer Hell Yeah!: Wrath of the Dead Rabbit.
If you pay more than $5.99 you'll receive arcade collection 10 Classic SEGA Genesis Games, strategy game Medieval II: Total War, zombie typing game The Typing of the Dead: Overkill, shooter Binary Domain, and commando game Renegade Ops.
Finally, pay more than $14.99 and you'll unlock Total War: Shogun 2. Sega says if you bought all the games separately you'd have to spend more than $150. All the Sega Humble Bundle games are available on Steam for Windows only. System requirement details for every game is available on this special Humble Bundle page.
If you're new to Humble Bundle sales, it works like this. You get to choose where your money ends up. You can give to Sega and/or charities like the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Special Effect, GamesAid, Whale & Dolphin Conservation, and Willow Foundation.
At press time, more than 72,500 bundles have been sold, with an average purchase price of $6.09. The sale ends March 20.
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