(December 20th, 2017, 06:23 PM)
» So guys, what do you think about this bundle..? 68 items so far (not all of them being games), 5 days left so about 12 to 18 games. Over a dozen unbundled games, some of which I actually bought on sale in the past. Personal verdict: GREAT, but OVERPRICED by at least $5, as I'm not seeing any difference compared to last year. I bought myself 7 games so far off the market for about 8€ I think... So, good deals around. I didn't want to take the bundle because after a few days it became obvious I already had most games or I didn't want them (especially Yogscast DLCs, uh... Those aren't charity, they are promotional material for the partner studios who don't want to give away their games but would be fine with advertising their games with a free DLC of course.)
Actions…Lestrade 尚 (December 24th, 2017, 06:23 PM)
» Just one day left, I figured they'd have 3 or 4 great games on the penultimate day... Christmas Eve... Yeah, Zero Reflex (super common game) and Sanctum 2 (recently given away by... Humble Bundle.) Seriously, IGN/HB is trolling us at this point. I miss the days when HB had by far the best bundles around. I'm starting to think I should retrieve all of my keys and store them elsewhere in case IGN loses them. But that'd mean giving up on gift links, lol...
Actions…Lestrade 尚 (December 25th, 2017, 06:17 PM)
» Final day adds 4 games: 1 game bundled 8 times (and given away as well), 2 obscure games that I suppose could please a niche audience, and a mixed rating DLC for a popular game. Okay, uh... Really bad bundle value, overall. Unless you happened to love all of the unbundled games, I guess. There are about 20 DLCs total, only one of real interest (CS Snowfall), about 20 unbundled games (don't count Dungeon, it WAS bundled), half of which are interesting. If you bought the bundle and are happy with what you got, then I suppose you're also convinced that most of your money will be going to charity. Good for you :)