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Grab GTA 4, Max Payne 3, And More Rockstar Games Cheap To Support Charity Right Now

$15 gets you a ton of hours of content.


If you've been looking for something to play on the cheap, the latest Humble Bundle is a great opportunity to get some great PC games for a steep discount. It includes a bunch of fantastic Rockstar titles, and you can get all of them for just $15 total.

As with all Humble Bundles, though, there are different tiers of games. At the cheapest, you can pay $1 or more for Manhunt, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto III, and Max Payne. If you beat the average ($9.46 at this writing), you'll also snag Bully: Scholarship Edition, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, L.A. Noire, and Max Payne 2. Finally, if you shell out $15, you'll get L.A. Noire's DLC, Grand Theft Auto IV, Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City, and Max Payne 3.

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Also as usual with Humble Bundle, you can decide where you want your money to go. This month's charity is the Rainforest Alliance, an environmentalist organization working to mitigate biodiversity loss, climate change, and social inequality. Rockstar is donating all of its proceeds to the charity, so you can choose how to split your money between the Rainforest Alliance and Humble Bundle.

The deal ends on Monday, February 12. This is a great opportunity to check out some classic Rockstar games and see the predecessors of Grand Theft Auto V. And although GTA V isn't included in it, there are some pretty incredible mods out there that'll make GTA IV look pretty amazing.

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