In a PR email delivered to this author, bigwig publisher Square Enix has unveiled its second humble bundle, which offers gamers eight titles from the publisher, like as Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Tomb Raider and more. The proceeds of this humble bundle sale will be contributed to the Make-A-Wish Foundation and to GamesAid. The sale itself will continue for two weeks, and it’s promised that more games will be added to the humble bundle within that time. The Humble Square Enix Bundle 2 will last until Tuesday, March 3rd at 11am Pacific Standard Time.
Like other humble bundle sales, gamers can lay down as much money as they like for the titles the want, and can opt to choose where the money spent will be distributed – among Humble Bundle itself, charities of the games’ developers / publishers. Currently, three games can be bought without further need of unlocking: Hitman Absolution, Hitman GO and Supreme Commander 2. Paying more than the average (which is $6.84 at the time of publication) will reward gamers with Thief, Murdered, Soul Suspect and the director’s cut of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, along with whatever new games are unlocked in the coming days. Lastly, paying $15 or more will unlock Tomb Raider and Sleeping Dogs. All games save for Hitman GO will be redeemable via Steam. Hitman GO, however, will be playable on Android.
Humble Bundle recently held a sale for a selection of Star Wars titles as well, which supported UNICEF and Star Wars Force For Change. Games available at the time included the Star Wars: The Force Unleashed games, Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, Empire At War and more. Square Enix has also recently relaunched its old Members Rewards program, which allows gamers to collect points by participating in events and purchasing applicable products. Unlike before, where gamers would have to wait until the end of a year in order to redeem their accumulated points, members of the rewards program will be able to claim rewards whenever they like.