PlayStation Network is featuring its first Humble Bundle, which ties together 11 Capcom games for the low price of $15, if you choose to pay that much of course.
I would consider contributing at least a dollar to the bundle to send a signal to Sony that they should have more Humble Bundles like this in the future. But the more you spend, the more games you'll claim and the more money you can donate to the American Red Cross, Save the Children, and International Rett Syndrome Foundation
As usual with the Humble Bundles, there are three tiers of contribution. Paying just $1 will net you Wolf of the Battlefield: Commando 3, Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo HD Remix, Final Fight Double Impact, Strider, and a 45% off coupon for Street Fighter V.
However, it must be noted that only Strider (and the coupon for SFV, which doesn't really count) will be on PS4 while the rest in this tier are only for PS3. This caveat runs through the other two tiers as well. So it would have been a better value if some of the games were also available on PC via Steam, but hey, this is a PSN-specific bundle.
If you pay more than the average (which is $12.01 at the time of this writing) in the second tier, you'll receive Remember Me, Okami HD, Mega Man 9 & 10, Resident Evil HD, Super Streeet Fighter 2 Turbo HD Remix, and Lost Planet 2. Pay $15 or more and you'll get Resident Evil 0 Remastered, Devil May Cry HD Collection, and a 50% off coupon for Mega Man Legacy Collection.
From these two tiers, Resident Evil HD and Resident Evil 0 Remastered are the only ones available for PS4. So combined with Strider, you should consider whether the bundle is worth it if you're primarily a PS4 user.