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The new Humble Bundle is rather good...

#1unsolidsnakePosted 5/31/2012 7:52:14 PM
Shame I already have a few of the games, but I still was happy to offer up $10 to get Bastion and Limbo. =]
#2cody4783Posted 5/31/2012 7:57:02 PM
It's not bad, but I'm more than likely passing on it unless someone finally manages to convince me on Bastion.

Already own Pschonauts and Limbo, have seen 3-4 LPs of Amnesia (And got it free through OnLive), Superbrothers is kind of "eh" appeal wise to me....And Bastion is the ridiculously hyped game that everyone touts for it's finale, but I just don't see *that* much appeal in. >_>
#3unsolidsnake(Topic Creator)Posted 5/31/2012 7:59:45 PM
Amnesia is AMAZING!!! One of the best horror games I've played in a long while. Superbrothers is much better on a handheld device like iPhone/iPod IMO. Same game but feels like thats where its supposed to be. I've already played Limbo on my Xbox which I no longer have but wouldn't mind playing it again.

Really I've been wanting bastion for some time and I'm hoping its worth it. =]

PS cody, I'm pretty sure I just saw your recommendation of Limbo on Steam when I was looking at it. lol Just interesting.
#4cody4783Posted 5/31/2012 8:07:21 PM
Dunno about Amnesia; Even the first time I saw it, it got really predictable on it's scares very quickly. And the bit of "Die once, monster(s) despawn permanently", while frustration saving, does break a bit of the "horror" factor when you know you can die, respawn, and be good to roam in most cases. C-Zom has some pretty strong feelings against the game, and honestly, I can't say he's unjustified in the mindset.

Though, of course, having seen it played completely ruins the experience to try and play it yourself, at least in my opinion.

And I had to double check/confirm who you were on Steam for a second...Had a bunch of people add me from here, who stated who they were at the time, but have since changed their names and I almost never talk to most of them...So it's hard keeping track. :<
#5DEADLY_HANGMANPosted 5/31/2012 8:15:05 PM
I actually preferred Sword & Sworcery on the PC over the mobile device. It looked nicer (higher res) and was easier to play. (no fingers blocking your view) It also has a bonus which was extremely cool.
#6ZeraphLordSPosted 5/31/2012 8:41:27 PM
Sword and Sworcery is extremely neat, and the music is amazing too.
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#7Ragdoll47Posted 5/31/2012 8:55:11 PM
How does humble bundle work?
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#8CatToyPosted 5/31/2012 8:58:58 PM
Put money in, games come out.
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#9Pale HorsemanPosted 5/31/2012 10:03:21 PM
Great deals, if I already didn't own all of them....
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