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Post by Dan @ 09:41am 14/03/14 | 1 Comments
SEGA is the latest publisher to embrace the popular pay-what-you-want Humble Bundle promotional outlet, offering up an assortment of mostly well-regarded PC games from its back catalogue.
Spectacularly SEGA. The Humble Weekly Sale features ten amazing titles from the one of the leading interactive entertainment companies, SEGA. Pay $1 or more for the stealthy spy game, Alpha Protocol, the WWII-based real-time strategy game, Company of Heroes, the award-winning strategy game, Rome: Total War, and the eccentric action-adventure platformer Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit.

Pay more than $5.99 and you'll also receive the nostalgic action-arcade collection, 10 Classic SEGA Genesis Games, the medieval warfare strategy game, Medieval II: Total War, the zombie-comedy fusion typing game, The Typing of The Dead: Overkill, the robot-infested shooter Binary Domain, and the mobile commando game Renegade Ops.

Pay more than $14.99 and you'll also get to master the art of war in Total War: SHOGUN 2!
All ten games are compatible with Windows PC only and delivered by way of Steam (so no Mac, Linux or DRM free offerings to be found here). Head over to humblebundle.com/weekly for the goods.

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Posted 08:42pm 14/3/14
Well worth just for Typing Of The Dead, that was an awesome game mechanic.
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