Rockstar Deliver Epic Humble Bundle
Rockstar Humble Bundle – Rockstar is a legendary outfit as most of us know, but if you have never got around to actually playing one of their games, the new Humble Bundle will be right up your street. The Rockstar Humble Bundle, covers most studio titles on the PC since the start of the noughties.
£0.71 entry level tier covers the games that made Rockstar infamous and parents go red-faced with disciplinary overdrive with releases like: Grand Theft Auto 3, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Manhunt, and Max Payne. Paying more than the average price, which is already pushing £6.84, will also get you Bully: Scholarship Edition, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, LA Noire, and Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne.
The top tier package, rolls in at £10.62 currently, adding in LA Noire DLC Bundle, Grand Theft Auto 4, Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City, and Max Payne 3, with the Max Payne 3 Rockstar Pass (something I have never tried here yet).
Grand Theft Auto 5 is unfortunately AWOL though it is still their latest release in the series albeit around three years old, which for most developers would hit bundle territory, but due to updates etc it still has a massive following and remains at the full price (likely due to 50K Steam users) so there may be a bit of waiting still for that one to drop.
At time of print, over 77,000 bundles have been sold worldwide, however, disgruntled Australian users were quick to point out that Manhunt is not allowed for their region as it was banned years ago and simply hasn’t been updated for the changing times. Check out the tweet below and happy gaming.
The australian government are cunts pic.twitter.com/6ihsOrspVc
— Oiran Chloe (@OiranLala) January 30, 2018
Rockstar Games is donating their share of the proceeds from this bundle to Rainforest Alliance.