The Humble Capcom X Sega X Atlus Bundle Includes Resident Evil 4, Sonic Generations and More

The Humble Capcom X SEGA X Atlus Bundle includes twelve cool titles for PC from the three titular companies worth over $260.

on September 13, 2017 12:25 PM

Today, Humble Bundle announced that they have partnered with three large game publishers  for the Humble Capcom X Sega X Atlus Bundle, which is running for the next thirteen days. It includes quite a few notable titles from the three companies, including Sonic Generations, Resident Evil 4, and Tesla Effect: A Tex Murphy Adventure.

The bundle supports multiple specific charities, including World Wildlife Fund, Games Aid, Access Sport and Special Effect, though it is possible to choose another charity to donate to if you want. You can also determine where exactly your money goes, as Humble Bundle lets you toggle how much of what you pay goes to the developers, the charities, and Humble Bundle themselves.

Those who pay $1 will get codes for the following titles:

  • Rollers of the Realm
  • Zeno Clash 2
  • Sonic Adventure 2
  • Bionic Commando
  • Citizens of Earth

If you are willing to pay more than the average (which at the time of this writing is $6.71), you will net the following games and Steam discounts:

  • Renegade Ops Collection
  • Sonic Generations Collection
  • Resident Evil 4
  • Dead Rising
  • Tesla Effect: A Tex Murphy Adventure
  • 50% off Dawn of War III
  • 50% off Street Fighter V
  • 66% off The Deadly Tower of Monsters.

Finally, those willing to spend $12 will garner the following two titles:

  • Motorsport Manager
  • Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition

All the games including in the bundle are for Windows PC via Steam; you can check out the bundle here. All together, the bundle contains twelve titles worth a total of $216.88.

 /  Staff Writer
Tomas Franzese is a Staff Writer at DualShockers, writing a variety of reviews and shedding light on upcoming games for both PC and consoles. While he has been a gamer most of his life, he began writing for DualShockers last year, and has almost never put his computer or a controller down since.