Humble "WB Games Classics" Bundle Brings Cheap WB Games For Halloween

Published: October 23, 2018 6:40 PM /


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Today, Humble Bundle have released a "WB Classics Bundle", where titles such as Scribblenauts Unlimited, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Game of the Year Edition, Batman: Arkham Origins, Bastion, Mad Max, Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition, and Batman: Arkham Knight plus the Batman: Arkham Knight Season Pass are available for $12.

Here are the tiers (and accompanying TechRaptor reviews):


$4 $12 It should be noted that all of these games are very well reviewed. On the $1 tier, all three titles have an 84% positivity rating or higher on Steam, while the $4 tier has 85% positivity rating or higher. It should be noted that Batman: Arkham Knight had a ton of problems with its launch, to the point that it was taken down and eventually relaunched with more issues. Refunds were even offered at one point, but in the years since it looks as though the title has become playable, judging by the 76% positivity rating and the lack of upvoted reviews decrying the state of the game.

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Quick Take

Overall, this is a really great bundle. All of these are well-reviewed games that millions of players have enjoyed, and even if you own every title save one or two, it's still a bundle that you should consider buying. I'm probably going to pick it up for Scribblenauts and for a couple of Batman titles that I don't already own, which should be pretty fun. Don't know about Mad Max, though; I've heard really contrasting opinions where it's either really fun or really boring. I guess I'll find out. 

What do you think of this Humble Bundle? Are you going to be buying it? Are any of these games among your favorites? Let us know in the comments!

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