Fanatical recently released their Reaper bundle, which includes Homeworld: Remastered Collection, Tales from Candlekeep: Tomb of Annihilation, Immortal Redneck, Renowned Explorers: International Society, Dungeon Rats, Subterrain, Hover, Payday 2, Jalopy, and Figment, which is over $180 worth of games. Quite a pretty penny.

Of the collection, Homeworld: Remastered Collection is the most notable, a remastered remake of a beloved series of RTS games. Homeworld includes Homeworld: Remastered Edition, Homeworld 2: Remastered Edition, Homeworld: Remastered Steam Multiplayer, as well as Homeworld: Classic and Homeworld 2: Classic. Quite a bundle for $4.99. Payday 2 is also a pretty good game, and well worth the cost of admission even without the bundle’s pricing. Who doesn’t want to rob banks and engage in shootouts with the police? It’s just a prank, bro.

Also, if you fancy crying yourself to sleep, you could also give the Fantasy RPG Dungeon Rats a whirl, although you are much more likely to get eaten by rats at first then actually kill anything. A walk in the park this not. Or, actually, it could be, if the park was intent on killing you daring to breathe within its borders. In case you somehow don’t get it, it’s brutally difficult, y’all, so don’t say I didn’t warn you. It’s a dungeon crawling spinoff of Age of Decadence by Iron Tower studios, that uses the combat system from that game with a group of characters dungeon crawling.

There’s also TechRaptor favorite Renowned Explorers: International Society in the bundle, an adventure rogue-lite that has been quite well received in these parts for its combat system, quirky characters, and storytelling.

The Fanatical Reaper bundle retails for $4.99 USD and ends on February 6 at 2 PM EST.

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Quick Take:

This is a really good bundle. There’s something for everyone here, and if you are interested in anything at all, the low price means that you’ll be saving a lot of money right off the bat. I’ll probably be getting it, if only for Homeworld and Tales from Candledeep. I’ll probably give Dungeon Rats a try, if only to say I did try it, even if I will get beaten to a pulp.

What do you think of the Fanatical Reaper bundle? Are you going to buy it? Let us know in the comments!


Patrick Perrault

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