Humble Choice Available Now – March 2022

Humble Choice Available Now – March 2022

A new month means one thing; brand new games! And, if you’re looking to add a plethora of new games to your PC libraries, Humble has your back.

For a small cost (up to £15.99 a month), you can download and keep up to 10 new games. And the better news is, you’ll be supporting some great charities whilst you’re at it!

Humble’s charity of choice for this month is; Lotus Outreach International. Its mission is to “empower vulnerable women and children living in poverty”. Lotus boasts “affiliates in seven countries and local NGO partners in India and Cambodia, [it is] a global community that believes empowerment is the heart of sustainable change” [c/o Lotus Outreach International]

See? Just by buying some great games, you can help make an impact. Speaking of games;

Desperados III

Published by: THQ Nordic

Developed by: Mimimi Games

Usual RRP: £44.99

Desperados III is a story-driven, hardcore tactical stealth game, set in a ruthless Wild West scenario.

In this long-awaited prequel to the beloved classic Desperados: Wanted Dead or Alive, John Cooper will join forces with the runaway bride Kate, the shady hitman Doc McCoy, the giant trapper Hector, and Isabelle, a mysterious lady from New Orleans. On Cooper’s quest for redemption, his adventures lead him and his gang from rural towns, over swamps and riverbanks, and finally to a dramatic showdown worthy of Wild West legends”.

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Mass Effect: Legendary Edition

Published by: EA

Developed by: BioWare

Usual RRP: £54.99

“One person is all that stands between humanity and the greatest threat it’s ever faced. Relive the legend of Commander Shepard in the highly acclaimed Mass Effect trilogy with the Mass Effect Legendary Edition. Includes single-player base content and over 40 DLC from Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, and Mass Effect 3 games, including promo weapons, armours and packs — remastered and optimized for 4K Ultra HD.

Experience an amazingly rich and detailed universe where your decisions have profound consequences on the action and the outcome”.

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Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl

Published by: Game Mill Entertainment

Developed by: Ludosity, Fair Play Labs

Usual RRP: £39.99

“Brawl it out as your favourite Nickelodeon characters in bombastic platform battles!

With a power-packed cast of heroes from the Nickelodeon universe, face-off with all-stars from SpongeBob Squarepants, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Loud House, Danny Phantom, Aaahh!!! Real Monsters, The Wild Thornberrys, Hey Arnold!, Rugrats, and more to determine ultimate animation dominance.

With unique move sets and attacks inspired by their personalities, each character has an individual style of play enabling endless action for Nickelodeon’s legion of fans. Select your favourite and then let the intense brawls begin with online and local multiplayer action”.

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The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan

Published by: Bandai Namco

Developed by: Supermassive Games

Usual RRP: £24.99

The Dark Pictures Anthology is a series of stand-alone, branching cinematic horror games featuring a multiplayer mode. In Man of Medan, five friends set sail on a holiday diving trip that soon changes into something much more sinister…

Embark on a horrific journey aboard a ghost ship. Experience your terrifying story with a friend online or go for safety in numbers with up to five players offline

All playable characters can live or die. The choices you make will decide their fate. Who will you save?”

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Red Solstice 2: Survivors

Published by: 505 Games

Developed by: Ironward

Usual RRP: £24.99

“It’s the year 117 After Earth and you have an important mission. You were awakened to lead the Cell, a secret taskforce that was assembled to counter the threat of the STROL mutant invasion. Take command of your squad to fight the mutants and find a cure to the virus that threatens to end mankind.

Across both a deep strategy layer and engaging real time combat missions, you’ll need to make decisions quickly to survive in this hostile world and determine the fate of the planet. Choose your mission, select your loadout, take to the battlefield, and lead your squad to victory.

Playable in single-player or co-op with up to seven friends, Red Solstice 2: Survivors combines tense claustrophobic action with careful strategic planning to create a sci-fi experience like no other”.

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NEBUCHADNEZZAR

Published by: Nepos Games

Developed by: Nepos Games

Usual RRP: £15.99

“Nebuchadnezzar is a classic isometric city builder game inviting players to experience the mysterious history and culture of ancient Mesopotamia. In the campaign, players get to rule over influential historical cities filled with magnificent monuments”.

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Police Stories

Published by: HypeTrain Digital

Developed by: Mighty Morgan

Usual RRP: £13.99

“Inspired by SWAT 4 and gritty police TV shows, Police Stories is a fresh take on top-down shooters with an emphasis on tactics that forces you to make split second decisions. Neutralise criminals, rescue civilians and defuse bombs in Single Player mode or Online Co-op. And remember – shooting first is not an option!

Unforgiving and tense, each mission tells a story of two police operatives – John Rimes and Rick Jones, filled with infiltrating gang hideouts, rescuing hostages, making arrests and other life-threatening situations”.

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Evan’s Remains

Published by: Whitethorn Games

Developed by: Matías “maitan69” Schmied

Usual RRP: £5.19

Evan’s Remains is a mystery-thriller puzzle adventure about finding a missing boy: Evan. The game combines logic-based platform puzzles with narrative inspired by Japanese graphic adventure games”.

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And there you have it. A host of games from a plethora of different publishers, some you’ll know, some you’re yet to discover. And the best part is, you can get any [or even all] of these games for around £15!

Plus, you’ll be helping sponsor a worthwhile cause in a problematic time. Who says gaming doesn’t benefit anyone?


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