This New Humble Bundle Offers PS4 And PS3 Games

Pay what you want for a group of THQ Nordic titles right now.


For the second time ever, PlayStation Network games are featured in a Humble Bundle. Today, THQ Nordic announced a partnership with PlayStation and Humble Bundle for the Humble THQ Nordic PlayStation Bundle, which offers up PS4 and PS3 games at pay-what-you-want prices.

Pay $1 or more and you get Red Faction, The Book of Unwritten Tales 2, Super Dungeon Bros., Deponia, and Arcania: The Complete Tale. Beating the average (currently $11.73) gets you copies of Destroy All Humans, Destroy All Humans 2, Legend of Kay Anniversary, and Battle Worlds: Kronos.

Pay $15 or more and you'll unlock Darksiders, Darksiders II, Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition, Darksiders Warmastered, MX vs. ATV Supercross, and MX vs. ATV Supercross Encore.

You will get a single key to download all your games. You should also be aware that the codes are only good for Sony Interactive Entertainment America regions, not the UK or Australia.

Go to Humble Bundle's website to learn more. This bundle will be available until 11 AM PT on April 18.

The charity being supported with this Humble Bundle is Hand in Hand International, an organization that fights poverty with grassroots entrepreneurship. As with all Humble Bundles, you can decide where your money goes between THQ Nordic, the game developers, Hand in Hands International, or any of the thousands of other charities.

The first Humble Bundle to feature PSN games was made available in summer 2016, featuring Capcom titles.

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"You should also be aware that the codes are only good for Sony Interactive Entertainment America regions, not the UK or Australia."
You do know you have readers outside of those 3??
Sucks it only covers the Americas, but awesome bundle nonetheless.

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bought full price as soon as I seen this

Avatar image for CyrusDrake20

Helluva deal.

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If you're outside the US, you can still get this bundle, but you'll have to create a new account first. Here are the steps:

1. Create a new account at PSN Important:Set your region/country to any of the eligible countries, for instance USA.

Use an eligible address when registering (there are generators online for this).

2. Validate that your account works by logging on to your PS4. Then...

3. Head over to humble bundle and buy the bundle you want.

4. Redeem the code you get in the PS Store (usually the bottom choice on the left menu).

5. After redeeming, queue up the games you want for download. After that you can switch back to your main PSN account, which should now have the games too.

Hope this was helpful.

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I had no idea they did one in august! Although most of the games weren't my cup of tea. Loved the wii u/3ds one and now this is a bargain at $15 for 12 ps4 games. I was going to buy deponia anyway.

Im in the UK, just make a US account if you don't have one yet then start download and switch user. Very happy chappy :)

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That is actually some pretty great value for that price, no matter what some haters are saying. A few of these games are pretty cool, and bundled at around 11$ it's a fair offer.

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Never done humble bumble...just says ps4 on the HB page for this. Will codes work with PS3 too?

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@moviefreakjps: some of the games are for ps3 - legend of kay, mx vs atv, darksiders and darksiders ii - those you can download on your ps3.

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Give us your money, we will give you our garbage...

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@boardsport311: For $15 there's a ton of good stuff in there.

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@boardsport311: darksiders series red faction ps4 and legend of kay is garbage now? really?

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Got the $15 bundle since I literally don't have any of these games. Sucks I won't have time to play any of them between Zelda and Persona 5 tho

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Shame. Many of the games in this bundle are bad ports. I want this bundle but I just can't trust any of these games will work well.

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Idk what to think about humble bundle or GMG. I'm saying yeah consoles are trying to expand but another part of me is saying this is pointless. Really and truly humble bundle and GMG only make sense on PC. Consoles,,, not so much so.

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@game4metoo: How the f does it "only make sense on PC?" WTF is the difference? That is the dumbest shit I've ever read.

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@game4metoo: its for charity - i dont think that should stop at pc. Heck ive bought a bunch of pc bundles, never play them. The Nintendo one was fantastic and this too. I hope for more console bundles, charity gets money and we get a lot of cheap games.

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@game4metoo: Considering most arguments had over PC vs Consoles in comments sections always include someone bringing up the price of games, it makes more sense to have them on console. Console gamers are obviously getting a better bargain.

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@game4metoo: Your comment doesn't make sense. I can't believe someone actually suggested charity is somehow just a PC thing.

Cheap games. Charity. Codes for PSN. Not Steam. PSN. It's about as simple and sensical as a hammer.

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Good idea...MS should copy this

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@sladakrobot: And MS would have the ability to offer Play Anywhere titles so you'd get an Xbox One and PC copy. Of course it's a bit early to put those titles into cheap bundles but sometime in the future they could.