Pay What You Want for BioShock, XCOM, and Other 2K Games in the Newest Humble Bundle
We'll also be giving away download codes for the entire bundle. You can win them by watching The Lobby.
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Humble Bundle, the organization behind pay-what-you-want game collections and the Humble Store, just launched the Humble 2K Bundle today, and it features several critically acclaimed titles such as BioShock and Spec Ops: The Line.
As always with Humble Bundles, you choose what you want to pay for the games.
Any purchase over $1 nets you:
If you spend more than the average purchase price (usually around $5), you'll get
Finally, if you donate $20 or more, you'll be able to add:
All of these games come with Steam keys. The original BioShock will come with a DRM-free version, as well. And as always, the proceeds go to a good cause. You can choose how much of what you donate goes to American Red Cross and Action Against Hunger, 2K, and the Humble organization itself.
The Humble 2K Bundle is live now and runs until July 22 at 11 A.M. PST.
If you want a chance to grab a key for the entire package, tune in to The Lobby (GameSpot's weekly live show) today, July 8, at 2PM PST and follow GameSpot on Twitter to find out how you can win a download code. The codes are available for all countries, except Burma, Myamar, China, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan and Syria.
Personally, I think I'll grab BioShock 2 to check out its excellent Minerva's Den DLC. Which tier will you buy? Are there any games here that you've been waiting to be discounted to buy? Let us know in the comments!
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