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Humble Origin Bundle is packed with great games. EA giving their cut to charity

EA have partnered with the Humble Bundle to sell some great games for low prices, all in aid of some fine charities. Usually when buying from Humble Bundle you can choose how much of your money goes to Humble, the charity, and the developers but EA have opted to give all their proceeds to the charities.

For as little as $1 you can get Dead Space 3, Mirror’s Edge, Crysis 2 and more.

Here’s the breakdown of what you can buy. For a $1 you can pick up Dead Space, Burnout Paradise, Crysis 2, Mirror’s Edge, Dead Space 3, and Medal of Honor. If you beat the average (currently $4.62) you also get Battlefield 3 and The Sims 3 along with some DLC.

Head on over to the Humble site to see it all for yourself.

EA are even providing Steam keys for the games which are available on both Steam and Origin.

The bundle’s only been live for about an hour and it’s already raised more than $300,000.

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What's more is the origin and steam keys are actually different, and since the steam keys can be redeemed on origin you're entitled to 2x origin copies of each of those games.

edit: I've been told this isn't strictly true. Huh.

It's also an unfortunate time for Introversion to be doing a weekly bundle, maybe sufferring from the attention garnered by EA's bundle.

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