The Humble THQ Bundle has been given bonus content to sweeten the deal: Titan Quest and the Red Faction: Armageddon’s mission pack, Path to War. If you have already purchased the bundle, you can get the Steam keys for your bonus content right now for free from your download page. New purchasers can get the games by paying over the average price. This brings the bundle total to eight, with the the other titles being: Darksiders, Company of Heroes, Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts, Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor, Metro 2033, Red Faction: Armageddon, and Saints Row: The Third – should you pay over the average price. You have 6 more days to take advantage of the bundle, like 667,383 others have.
A $50,000 PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds tournament will be hosted through G:loot’s Global Loot League.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake concept art from Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary Exhibition makes its way online
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The Humble THQ Nordic PlayStation Bundle is back for a limited time, and some tiers are already sold out
The Humble THQ Bundle has returned once again for a limited time, giving you a chance to pick up some cheap PS3 and PS4 games.
The Humble THQ Bundle only has five hours left, so if you’ve yet to take advantage, you will need to hurry. The bundle contains Company of Heroes with Opposing Fronts and Tales of Valor expansions, Darksiders, Metro 2033 and Red Faction: Armageddon. Those willing to pay more than the average price will get Red Faction: […]
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The free Games with Gold Xbox One and Xbox 360 players get next month have been confirmed, following an inaccurate leak from earlier this morning.
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