For this week?s Humble Bundle, they are going Japantastic!
Humble Bundle is known for its wide collection of digital creations; ranging from games, to comics to ebooks that are sold and distributed to purchasers at a price they are willing to pay. It was a refreshing take and became successful that it has an average of $166,000 of sales per bundle.
While the standard Humble Bundle is already ongoing with four days left on its sale, they just released their latest weekly bundle called Humble Weekly Bundle: Games From Japan that featured digital games that were developed in the Asian country.
Japanese Video Games To Play
With its Pay-what-you-want system, you can purchase a wide range of Japanese games for only $10, starting at a minimum of $1, you can purchase the 2D fighting game Vanguard Princess along with its Hilda Rize and Lilith Character DLC pack, Super Robot-themed side scroll shooter Supercharged Robot VULKAISER and RPG/puzzle game 99 Spirits. Then for a minimum of $8, you can get the three mentioned games as well as three more from Nihon Falcon?s Action/RPG Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure, the bizarre crab-battling action game NEO AQUARIUM – The King of Crustaceans and doujin (fan-made) RPG The Sacred Tears TRUE.
For the main $10 bundle, you get all six of the games listed above and included on the bundle is Idea Factory?s JRPG Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1.
And another great thing with Humble Bundle is that you can choose where your money goes whenever you pay, either you give it all to the developers, or give a big tip to the Humble Bundle team, or even donate to charity. For Humble Weekly Bundle: Games From Japan, you can donate for charity: water; a non-profit organization that aims to bring clean drinking water to people in developing countries and Direct Relief; the largest nonpartisan organization that provides medical relief around the world.
So if you like the current line-up for this week?s Humble Weekly Bundle, be sure to head to their website and purchase their bundles. Humble Weekly Bundle: Games From Japan will last until August 6, 2015.