55 Capcom games are currently being offered at up to 80% off over at the Humble Store.

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The sale is part of the “Capcom Weekend”, which sees a number of major Capcom franchises on sale for pretty significant discounts. Franchises on offer include Marvel vs. CapcomDevil May CryResident EvilDead Rising and Lost Planet, among others. Buyers can also take advantage of slashed prices on games like fantasy action-RPG Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen, which is currently 60% off in the sale, and which we at TechRaptor rather liked.

Slightly more underappreciated gems such as Metroidvania reboot Strider and action-adventure title Remember Me, both of which can be snapped up for an impressive 80% off their usual Humble Store retail price, are also on offer, so head on over to the Humble Store before the end of the sale to enjoy these deals. After this weekend, everything’s back to normal, so while there’s plenty of time yet, make sure you don’t miss out if there’s anything there you’re after.

That’s not everything from Humble HQ, though. The folks over at Humble Monthly, a bundle which offers several mystery games to consumers per month at a fraction of their original retail price, also announced three extra “early unlock” games for subscribers. Those who pay the $12 entry fee can now expect to enjoy multiplayer action RPG Moon Hunters, road trip sim Jalopy and physics puzzler Crazy Machines 3.

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These three join the early unlocks already announced this month – offbeat space flight sim Kerbal Space Program, zombie sandbox Dead Rising 4 and action shooter RUINER. That’s 6 games for $12, plus whatever else is on the way for subscribers come May 4th when the Humble Monthly bundle becomes available. It’s tough to say what else might be included in the bundle, as this is the first time this many games have been available as early unlocks. Humble Monthly usually includes around 8-9 games, though, so it’s safe to expect at least that many (probably including early unlocks, but Humble may surprise us yet).

What will you be snapping up in the Humble Store’s Capcom Weekend? Have the new early unlocks tempted you to subscribe to Humble Monthly? Let us know in the comments below!


Joe Allen

Staff Writer

Dark Souls changed my life, and I'm here to spread the good news. I like pretty much all sorts of games, but I judge everything by its proximity to our Lord and saviour, Dark Souls.