And that's just the first tier.
The latest Humble Bundle is a homage to some of the more iconic games in the Warner Bros staple. That means a lot of Batman games and some trips back to Mordor, but even then the pricing is ... incredibly generous.
Let's start with that crazy first tier again:
- Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Game of the Year Edition
- Scribblenauts Unlimited
- Batman: Arkham Origins
Shadow of Mordor is worth a lot more than $US1 by itself. But the second tier is surprisingly good value too:
Right now, the average is sitting at $US4.07 ($5.74).
- Mad Max
- Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition
You also get 10% off The Incredibles LEGO game here, but that's not really worth getting excited about. This tier almost looks like it was meant to be the first tier, but if you take the plunge for Mad Max alone you're still getting a good deal.
- Batman: Arkham Knight
- Batman: Arkham Knight Season Pass
Ahh, Arkham Knight. However playable the game might be now, this is probably the tier where most tap out. Arkham Knight's PC ports will linger in the memory for a long time to come, but mechanically the game is just as solid as the rest of the series. Definitely make sure you have a controller around, too. That Batmobile isn't fun to control on mouse and keyboard.
So, that's the latest bundle. $5.65 gets you Mad Max, a great fighting game story in Injustice, Shadow of Mordor and some other classics to muck around with. Humble provides Steam keys for the lot, so you can easily gift the games you already have. But if you haven't played Shadow of Mordor or Arkham Origins? $1.41 is pretty hard to beat.