Humble Bandai Namco Bundle offers great games at a generous discount

Pay What You Want for a decent selection of games

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Bandai Namco has partnered with Humble Bundle on a new bundle of games, including an assortment of games new and old. Starting at a minimum of one dollar, you can get steam keys for a host of games for not much money at all. Here are the contents of the Humble Bandai Namco 4:

At the $1 tier is:

  • Enslaved: Odyssey to the West,
  • Get Even &
  • Pac-Man 256.

 

At the “Pay more than the average” tier is:

  • .hack//G.U. Last Recode,
  • Katamari Damacy Reroll &
  • Rad.

 

At the $15 tier is:

  • Tales of Berseria &
  • Tekken 7.

 

Then at the $25 tier is The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man Of Medan.

Pac-Man 256 is an endless remix of the original concept from the classic arcade game, where instead of completing a level then moving onto the next one, you’re collecting dots across an endless scrolling maze, with increasing numbers of enemies the further you go. It replaces pixelated graphics with a modern shiny voxel look, updating the look and feel, whilst still remaining true to the style and characters from the original. It was originally designed as a free to play mobile game, and whilst this PC version offers more flexible controls and improved graphics, you can still feel some of the design elements that were designed around microtransactions, even if the microtransaction based monetization model from the mobile game is not actually present in the PC version. It’s a fun time-waster, and great for short burst play sessions.

Katamari Damacy Reroll is a remaster of the iconic absurdist collect ‘em up game, originally released for the PS2 in 2004. It’s a beautiful game about rolling a ball around that picks up all sorts of objects from the game world. As you pick items up, your ball gets larger, and as your ball gets larger, you can pick up bigger items. It’s a simple premise, that’s delivered with huge amounts of charm. The soundtrack, art style, and item selection all combine to make something that’s more than the sum of its parts and result in an extremely memorable game, not like any other.

Tales of Berseria is the latest main entry in the Tales Of series, a long-running Japanese RPG series, that blends the traditional JRPG setup with real-time action battles. Instead of lining up in a row and taking turns to hit each other, here, you’re engaged in dynamic combat, with you, your squad, and your opponents moving around the battlefield in real-time. This is a series that has become increasingly anime inflected over the years, which is certainly an acquired taste. This would be a fairly decent jumping in point, as the next entry in the series, Tales of Arise, is due to release at some point later this year.

This bundle is running until June 3rd, so head over to Humble Bundle before then if you want to get this great selection of games for not much money at all. Each of these games comes as a Steam key, which you add to your Steam account in order to be able to download them.