The Force is Strong in New Star Wars Humble Bundle III, but not for long


Feel like strapping yourself into some retro X-wing action, but your bank account is weaker than Luke’s ability to lift his fighter from the swamp? Fear not, as the new Star Wars Humble Bundle starts at just $1 for four of these golden Star Wars oldies: Knights of the Old Republic, X-Wing Alliance, X-Wing vs TIE Fighter (which was my first ever space sim, where I spent more time trying to get my sound card working than actually playing the game) and Galactic Battlegrounds Saga. Don’t worry, I’ve never played that last one either. Spend a tad more though, and you can scoop up a whopping 15 Star Wars titles for less than a cost of a round of beers at your local.

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If your account is a little more robust, say hovering around the price of a joy ride in the Millennium Falcon ($9.84 to be exact), you get another five titles – Battlefront II, Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast (which still has the best online lightsaber fights ever), Starfighter, KOTOR II: The Sith Lords and Rebel Assault I and II. There’s one more force level to be achieved though.

The Ultra-Premo pack costs just $14, and adds yet another five titles to your Star Wars haul; The Force Unleashed: Ultimate Sith Edition, The Force Unleashed II, Rogue Squadron 3D, Shadow of the Empire, and Empire at War: Gold Pack. $14 for over fifteen Star Wars games almost makes Episode 1 forgivable.

I’m not sure the next step up is such good value though. Pay $35 and you’ll get all of those games… and an X-Wing vs TIE Fighter T-shirt. As with other Humble Bundles, you can divvy up where the money goes, between Disney, the Humble Bundle team, and the US branch of UNICEF. Just get a move on, as the deal only lasts until February 21.

Head directly to theStar Wars Humble Bundleto get your Force on.