Humble Female Protagonist Sale Highlights Heroines

Published: October 23, 2019 11:15 AM /


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The Humble Female Protagonist Sale is here! A whole bunch of games featuring ladies as the lead characters are available at pretty great discounts for a limited time, with games ranging from indie darlings to relatively new AAA releases!

As we always do, we'll be breaking down some of our favorite picks in the Humble Female Protagonist Sale! Whether you're looking for a thoughtful puzzle game, a chill adventure, or some fast-paced action, you're sure to find something interesting in this sale!

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The Humble Female Protagonist Sale Highlights

Here are our picks for the Humble Female Protagonist sale!


$4.99 (75% off) — Our Review

500 years ago, the witch Bayonetta was sealed away. She's been awakened and immediately thrust into battle with no idea of what happened to her or her clan of witches which kept the balance of light and darkness in harmony. Discover the secrets of your past in this high-flying brawler from Platinum Games!


$44.99 (25% off) — Our Review

Jesse Faden has just begun her job as the Director of the Federal Bureau of Control, a secretive agency that keeps supernatural objects contained. Unfortunately, her first day is going rather badly — something has gotten loose in the Bureau's building, and it's up to her to put a stop to it.

A Hat In Time

$14.99 (50% off) — Our Review

A mafia goon attempts to spaceshipjack Hat Kid. She refuses to let him get away with her ship, and his rage shatters the window of her ship, sending her catapulting down to a planet. Engage in a fantastic quest to get back home!

Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice

$14.99 (50% off) — Our Review

A Celtic warrior begins a vision quest into hell to find the soul of her dead lover. This game from Ninja Theory has won several BAFTA and The Game Awards accolades and is well worth checking out.


$35.99 (10% off) — Our Review

From the creator of Skullgirls comes Indivisible, a game that's all about kicking butt and taking names. Ajna has been chilling in her rural town, right up until it's attacked. Engage on a quest to gather allies and punch the everloving heck out of the bad guys featuring crisp, high-quality art!

Life is Strange - Complete Season

$3.99 (80% off) — Our Review

Max Caulfield is a relatively ordinary teenage girl - right up until the moment when her time-bending powers are awoken. Explore the town of Arcadia as you try to uncover a grand mystery — and hope to goodness that you make the right decisions.

Tomb Raider

$1.99 (90% off) — Our Review

This reboot (again!) of the Tomb Raider franchise has been pretty well-received. Take on the role of Lara Croft at the beginning of her adventure as she tries to survive being stranded on an island filled with hostile enemies and scarce resources.

The Turing Test Collector's Edition

$4.79 (80% off) — Our Review

Set on Jupiter's moon Europa, Ava Turing is working for the International Space Agency and she must discover what happened to the ground crew stationed on the moon. Utilizing the help of the station's A.I. Tom, you must solve puzzles and discover the fate of your comrades.

These are just a few of the great deals that you can get in the Humble Female Protagonist Sale! You have a little over five days to snap up some cool games at a pretty sweet discount, so go ahead and check out the Humble Female Protagonist Sale before they're all gone for good!

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What do you think of the games we highlighted in the Humble Female Protagonist Sale? Do you have any particular favorites in the bunch? Let us know in the comments below!

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