Capcom Offers A Stellar New Package Of Games On Humble Bundle

If you’ve been waiting to clean up on some great Capcom games over on Steam, Humble Bundle has a [...]


If you've been waiting to clean up on some great Capcom games over on Steam, Humble Bundle has a great new package for you.

The team has just offered a new "Capcom Rising" bundle, which is available for the next two weeks and offers a number of significant markdowns on hit titles, which can be yours for just a few bucks. As usual, a charity will benefit from sales of this particular bundle, in this case WaterAid America. You can select a different charity if you prefer.

For just $1 (or higher), you'll already get three games right off the bat – the Strider reboot that came out a couple of years ago, and offers a stunning open world of adventure; the awesome DmC: Devil May Cry reboot; and the Resident Evil multiplayer game Umbrella Corps.

Put down $6.56 or more, and you'll get access to a number of games, including Dead Rising 2: Off the Record, Resident Evil HD Remaster, Resident Evil 0 HD Remaster, Resident Evil 6 and the Umbrella Corps Deluxe Edition Upgrade Pack, to go along with the core game.

Finally, if you pay $12 or more, you'll get two classic Dead Rising games – Dead Rising 2 and Dead Rising 3: Apocalypse Edition, with a number of bonus DLC goodies!

The package also includes a number of coupons that apply towards other games, including Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, Dead Rising 4 and Street Fighter V. The discount varies between 40 and 50 percent, depending on how much you put down on the bundle package.

Those who spend $1 or more can also get 10 percent off their first month of the Humble Monthly package, which offers a handful of great games for $12 per month. This month's forthcoming package will already include NBA 2K17 and Pillars of Eternity, so you're already getting a pretty swell deal, on top of the other "mystery" games that are included.

So if you're a fan of Capcom games, this is a not-miss bundle. Hell, you can't really go wrong with amazing games like Strider and DmC: Devil May Cry for a dollar, now can you?