Donate to charity with the Humble Bandai Namco Bundle 3 and get some fan-favorite games like Tekken 7 and Little Nightmares. That’s right, the third pack between the two companies has four tiers: $1, $6, $15, and $25. Everything totals to $304 worth of games, and as always, the money goes to a good cause like Save the Children or Extra Life.
Humble Bandai Namco Bundle 3 $1 Tier
The $1 tier includes the often-forgotten gem Enslaved: Odyssey to the West Premium Edition. Based on the 400-year old book Journey To The West, this Ninja Theory title drops players into the role of Monkey as he explores a post-apocalyptic America with his friend Trip. Andy Serkis co-directed some of the cutscenes, and Alex Garland wrote the script. That’s a lot of star-power for $1. This tier also comes with Pac-Man Championship Edition DX and Impact Winter.
Humble Bandai Namco Bundle 3 $6 Tier
This bundle’s average of $6 gives buyers Little Nightmares, an indie horror tale that plays via a top-down perspective. As Six, players must escape giant humanoid monsters while exploring dimly lit rooms fit for such creatures. The game is a psychological horror from Tarsier and released to a ton of praise in 2017. The $6 tier also brings with Project Cars, Get Even, and 11-11 Memories Retold.
Humble Bandai Namco Bundle 3 $15 Tier
$15 nets players God Eater 2 Rage Burst and Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet. Based on the anime of the same name, God Eater 2 is an action-RPG where players take the role of a God Eater and fight off giant monsters—the Aragami—to protect humanity. This purchase also includes the first title, and players who enjoy these two can jump into the recently released God Eater 3. This tier also includes Fatal Bullet, a third-person shooter set in the Sword Art Online anime universe. The journey takes place in Gun Gale Online from the show’s second season.
Humble Bandai Namco Bundle 3 $25 Tier
Finally, the $25 tier comes with Tekken 7. The latest in this long-running fighting series, Tekken 7 takes place right after the events of its predecessor. This version brought in new mechanics like Rage and Power Crush, and was a critical success. In fact, Tekken 7 sold 3 million copies less than a year after its release. This is a steal at $25, and that’s not to mention all of the previous tier games that come with it.