Here's an offer you want to jump fast. Humble Bundle may be best known for selling PC games, but it currently offers a PS4 digital games package for next to nothing. It's THQ's PlayStation Nordic bundle and it comes in three levels that offer you a fair amount of games for between $ 1 and $ 15.
And since buying the games individually would cost $ 269, it's a bargain, even if you're only interested in some of the games. The package disappears on November 13, so if you want to get the deal, be sure to buy before then.
If you buy at the $ 1 level, you will get two games. The first is Lock's Quest, a strategy game that makes you build a fortress and defend it against an invading arm. The other is the platform game Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams – Director's Cut.
Pay more than the average amount ($ 10 at the time of writing this article) and you'll get the second tier of titles unlocked. This includes the strategy / adventure game This is the Police, a role-playing game called The Dwarves, and the 2002 first-person action game Red Faction II. Also on level two is the adventure game Black Mirror (unrelated with the TV show) and Destroy All Humans 2, a game that was originally released on PS2 and that you should do as the title suggests.
Finally, if you drop $ 15 on the pack, you will get four additional titles. There's the Hacking and Slasher Titan Quest and the Zelda Darksiders Warmastered Edition-like game (playing it would be a good way to prepare for the next third installment in the series). Also on the third level are turn-based RPG hunters: Nightwar and the side-scrolling shooter Sine Mora EX. Most of the games at this level scored 8 or 8.5 in our reviews, making it easy to recommend this pack if you want to complete your PS4 game collection at low cost.
Pay $ 1
- Lock Search
- Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams – Director's Cut
Pay more than the average
- This is the police
- Red Faction II
- Black mirror
- Destroy all humans 2
Pay $ 15
- Titan Search
- Darksiders Warmastered Edition
- Sine Mora EX
- Battle Hunters: Nightwar