Humble Bundles allow gamers to pay whatever they want for a bundle of games, and this time it is the turn of Warner Bros. games. Six titles are included in the Humble WB Bundle, including Batman titles Arkham Asylum and Arkham City.
The Humble WB Bundle, available for the next two weeks, allows you to choose a price for the Game of the Year edition of Batman: Arkham Asylum, F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin, F.E.A.R. 3 and The Lord of the Rings: War in the North.
If you pay above the average (which currently lies around $4.65), you’ll also get Scribblenauts Unlimited and Batman: Arkham City (Game of the Year edition).
This is a great deal for this group of Warner Bros. games; If you wanted to purchase the games separately it would cost you around $120.
Furthermore, you can choose the proportion of your payment that goes to WB Games, charity, or Humble Bundle themselves. The charity for this bundle is We Can Be Heroes, DC Entertainment’s charity who works with Save the Children, IRC and MercyCorps.
It’s worth noting that this Humble Bundle is only available for Windows, with the exception of Batman: Arkham City, which also runs on Mac.
The bundle has launched following the release of the latest Batman title, Arkham Origins, which has received mixed reviews, certainly in comparison to the acclaim that accompanied the release of the other two titles in the series.
While you’re taking a look at the Humble Bundle website, it’s worth having a glance at the weekly sale. This week’s sale is from Team 17 and includes Worms Armageddon and Worms Revolution.
Humble Bundle helped lead the resurgence in indie gaming with a series of bundles of indie games available for whatever price you, the consumer, decide they’re worth.
Will you be buying the Humble WB Bundle?