Donate enough and there’s even a Dreamcast t-shirt in it for you
By Jason Venter | 11-25-2014 | 5:00PM
Someone over at SEGA or Humble Bundle must be feeling especially thankful this holiday season, as the two companies today announced the availability of a two-week bundle featuring a generous selection of great titles. The Humble SEGA Bundle runs now through December 9, 2014 at 11AM (PST).
Included in the bundle for anyone who spends $1 or more are the Dreamcast Collection (consisting of SEGA Bass Fishing, Crazy Taxi, Sonic Adventure DX Director’s Cut, and Space Channel 5 Part 2), NiGHTS Into Dreams, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, Total War: ROME II: Caesar in Gaul, and the Miles Jacobson Tactic DLC for Football Manager 2015. There’s also a selection of exclusive Total War: Attila wallpapers thrown in, just because.
Like most offers available through Humble Bundle, this one also offers additional rewards to those who pay more than the average rate (currently just a little over $3.25). In this case, those folks get Empire: Total War and Company of Heroes 2 – The Western Front Armies: Oberkommando West.
At the $12 level, gamers get everything noted above and also Total War: Shogun 2 – Fall of the Samurai. Then at the $50 level, you can snag a limited edition Dreamcast t-shirt provided by Fangamer. That’s quite the haul, and there’s more to come. The press release announcement indicated that additional titles “will be unveiled mid-promotion increasing the bundle’s value even more.”
As you may expect, the Humble SEGA Bundle benefits a number of charities. You can choose what percentage of your donation goes to SEGA and Humble Bundle, as well as to a group of four charities that consists of AbleGamers, Willow Foundation, Special Effect, and GamesAid.
Humble Bundle has been operating since 2010, and notes that so far its community has allocated more than $48 million to various charities. It has been a force for good and has allowed price-conscious consumers to find compelling offers for niche and mainstream games alike. If you haven’t already, make sure that you check out the site and learn more.