Monolith debut PC footage for Middle-Earth Shadow of Mordor with new challenge mode

Oculus Rift Crescent Bay prototype features 360 tracking and integrated audio

League of Legends launching in Japan; world dominance almost complete

Not going to PAX Prime? There are bundles for that

PAX bundles

If you can’t make it to PAX, which you will no doubt know is opening its doors tomorrow, then you might as well stay at home and play some games. To assist in this noble endeavour, two bundles have been released - one on Steam and the other on Humble Bundle - filled to the brim will indie treats. 

Hopefully, your weekend is looking less gloomy. 

On Steam, there’s the Indie Megabooth Sold Gold Collection, which bundles together the likes of Monaco and Hotline Miami, six games in total, for £14.99/$19.99. 

That alone should keep you busy for the next three days. But in case you can’t focus on any single thing for more than 15 minutes, there’s the PAX 10 Humble Bundle to keep you stimulated as well. 

Pay what you want and get Badlands, Solar 2, Jamestown and Containment. Paying more than the exceedingly low average (right now) of $3.20 will see Fez and The Swapper thrown in to boot. If you’re feeling a bit more generous, you could spend more than $15 and unlock Life Goes On and Cannon Brawl Early Access too. If you’re not a fan of Early Access stuff, fret not, because Cannon Brawl properly launches on September 19th

14 games for 35 bucks sounds pretty good to me. 

Login or Register
1
+1
-0
Shriven's picture
1480

Will one of you guys be playing Massive Chalice? Its playable at PAX.

1
+1
-0
nu1mlock's picture
122

"14 games for 35 bucks sounds pretty good to me." #JustMasterRaceThings

Alienware - Game VictoriousNvidia Shield - Titanfall
Gang Beasts Early Access review

Gang Beasts

Gang Beasts Early Access review

Survival racer Distance coming to Early Access this fall

Survival racer Distance coming to Early Access this fall

The Masterplan breaks into Steam Early Access

The Masterplan breaks into Steam Early Access

Wayward Tide: Starbound developer Chucklefish's next game is a co-op swashbuckler

Wayward Tide: Starbound developer Chucklefish's next game is a co-op swashbuckler

Double Fine's Hack 'n' Slash snuck out early

Double Fine's Hack 'n' Slash snuck out early

Clockwork Empires Early Access review

Clockwork Empires

Clockwork Empires Early Access review

Paradigm: an adventure game that pits a mutant musician against an evil sloth

Paradigm: an adventure game that pits a mutant musician against an evil sloth

Building gaudy ships in Gratuitous Space Battles 2

Building gaudy ships in Gratuitous Space Battles 2

Lost in the woods: Campo Santo shows off the Firewatch PAX demo

Lost in the woods: Campo Santo shows off the Firewatch PAX demo

The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth will make you uncomfortable on November 4th

The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth will make you uncomfortable on November 4th

Bedlam asks ‘What if I could take Doom’s BFG into a fantasy RPG?’

Bedlam

Bedlam asks ‘What if I could take Doom’s BFG into a fantasy RPG?’

"Modern Transport Tycoon" Train Fever launches this week, with 150 years worth of trains

Gratuitous Space Battles 2 puts on quite the light show

Gratuitous Space Battles 2 puts on quite the light show

Campo Santo reveal first trailer for Firewatch at PAX

Campo Santo reveal first trailer for Firewatch at PAX

The Journey Down: Chapter Two review

The Journey Down: Chapter Two

The Journey Down: Chapter Two review

Facepunch Studios announce Arcade: want to

Facepunch Studios announce Arcade: want to "let players design their own arcades"

Maia 0.44 ramps up the danger with catastrophic earthquakes and suspicious aliens

Maia 0.44 ramps up the danger with catastrophic earthquakes and suspicious aliens

Prison Architect alpha 24 turns prisoners into snitches

Prison Architect alpha 24 turns prisoners into snitches

S.W.A.P is a first-person shooter with body-swapping and no guns

S.W.A.P is a first-person shooter with body-swapping and no guns

StarCrawlers makes dungeons out of spaceships

StarCrawlers makes dungeons out of spaceships