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Saints Row: The Third, Saints Row 2, Risen 2: Dark Waters, Sacred 2: Gold Edition & Dead Island GOTY | Beat The Average | Humble Bundle | PC

Author:
Jonathan Lester
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Deals
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Dead Island, Deep Silver, Humble Bundle, PC games, Saints Row: The Third

Saints Row: The Third, Saints Row 2, Risen 2: Dark Waters, Sacred 2: Gold Edition & Dead Island GOTY | Beat The Average | Humble Bundle | PC

Deep Silver and Humble Bundle have joined forces to present us with a ridiculous deal. You can pay what you want for Saints Row: The Third, Saints Row 2, Risen 2 Gold Edition and Sacred 2, or beat the average for Dead Island GOTY and all the Saints Row: The Third DLC. If you want to pay more for a mediocre and pointless extra, you could even chip in $25 for Dead Island Riptide, but don't.

Considering that the average price is currently £3.23, you should probably get on this fast and hard. You'll get bundled Steam codes - one for the PWYW batch, and another for the beat the average content. Credit to blizeh @ HUKD!

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DivideByZero  Jul. 31, 2013 at 11:33

You get one steam code... so might not be able to gift the spares.

However, you can name your price!

JonLester  Jul. 31, 2013 at 11:40

Cheers, I might try it and see.

UPDATE: They're *not* giftable, edited out.

Last edited by JonLester, Jul. 31, 2013 at 11:46
davidpanik  Jul. 31, 2013 at 12:15

Another purchase I'm glad I didn't make during the Steam sale!

Quietus  Jul. 31, 2013 at 12:29

I'm fairly certain that it's one code for the initial batch, and one code for the BTA game + DLC.

JonLester  Jul. 31, 2013 at 12:44

@Quietus: That's right. Not only that, but it's for personal use only and can't be gifted unless you specifically buy as a gift during the purchasing stage.

Korma  Jul. 31, 2013 at 13:57

@Quietus: That's right. Not only that, but it's for personal use only and can't be gifted unless you specifically buy as a gift during the purchasing stage.


You can surely just give whoever you want the steam codes that it produces if you haven't 'bought as a gift'.

I think it's more than fair enough to make these one bundle (or two, three if you include the later added bonus games - Metro 2033, Sacred and I forget the other one) because you can pay just for the one or two games you want if you already have the others, or if they're all new to you you can pay a bit more and still enjoy a great bargain.

Quietus  Jul. 31, 2013 at 15:52

Essentially, yes. There's nothing stopping you from sending somebody the key, but you can't actually 'gift' it through Steam. At least, I believe that's the case.:)

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