And yet another bundle is here today. This one is from Fanatical, with lots of options to choose from. It’s the Dollar Legends Bundle, where you can select the games you want, and the more you buy, the more you save. The discounts apply to the full price, so make sure to get the best deal as you pick and choose the games you want. The bundle starts with a minimum of $0.99 and the full bundle will set you back $9.78, with plenty of other options in between, depending on your choices. Here’s a selection of a few games we think you might want:

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Sniper: Ghost Warrior Trilogy is a collection of three titles from the Sniper franchise, including Sniper Art of VictorySniper Ghost Warrior, and Sniper Ghost Warrior 2. These games may not be the best in the market, but they’re serviceable shooters with a focus on sniping and sharpshooting, each taking place at a different time and place, with plenty of replay value, though it may get repetitive after a while. You could compare them to Rebellion’s Sniper Elite series, though not on the same level.

Broken Sword Trilogy is a series of classic point-and-click adventure games developed by Revolution Software. There are a total of five games in the series, and this trilogy will get you over halfway there if you’re looking to enjoy some classic point-and-clicking.

Beholder is a rather unique surveillance simulation game where you can play Big Brother and surveil your citizens, peeping, eavesdropping and profiling them if you wish. It may be a bit too dystopian and dark for some, but it sure is an interesting concept.

Deadlight is an indie platformer with action-adventure elements, set in a zombie apocalypse society breakdown. You know the score, kill the dead and be careful with the living. The 2D levels look pretty good.

Skullgirls is a fast-paced 2D arcade-style fighter with girl power that will appeal to fighter game fans. It has kind of an anime-style art, but not exactly. It does look like it has some pretty cool combos.

There are other titles you might be interested in, so if you’ve got some pocket change to spare, check out the Dollar Legends Bundle and activate those games on Steam for a bigger backlog.

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See anything you like in this bundle? What’s your favorite of the bunch if you’ve already played them? Let us know in the comments below!


Richard Costa

Staff Writer

Hack for hire, indentured egghead, maverick thoughtcriminal. Mainly interested in Western RPGs, first-person immersion, turn-based tactics, point-and-clickers, and card jousting.


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