Humble 2K Bundle

Pay what you want for some 2K goodness!

Humble 2K Bundle

Pay what you want for some 2K goodness!

Everybody loves a humble bundle, we get cheap games, charities get some much needed funding and developers, indie or otherwise, get their names and games out there.

This time it is 2K's has decided to Humbly offer their games to this wonderful site, allowing people to pay whatever they want for select titles which include, XCOM: Enemy Unknown, The Bureau: Declassified, Spec Ops: The Line And the Whole Bioshock Series, just to name a few. All the games in this bundle will be given to the buyer via Steam code.

Please watch the 2K announcement trailer below or go to the Humble Bundle website to see exactly what is on offer.  

 

As always for Humble bundles you can select who exactly gets the money you donate, whether it is the Developer, the Humble organisation or the charities supported by the Bundle. This bundle is to raise money for Action Against Hunger and the American Red Cross, both worthy causes to fund. 

We at OC3D wish this Bundle a lot of success, because of the much needed donations to worth while causes and also because many PC gamers now have a chance to play these awesome games if they missed them in the past.

If you wish to discuss the Humble 2K Bundle Further, please go to the OC3D Forums

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08-07-2014, 14:41:35

WYP
Everybody loves a Developer Humble Bundle. Now 2K is giving a little.


http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...144902149l.jpg

Read more hereQuote

08-07-2014, 14:56:43

Feronix
Would recommend. Maffia II is, by far, the best storyline I've ever played. Not really any free roam options though.Quote

08-07-2014, 15:07:13

barnsley
Quote:
Originally Posted by Feronix View Post
Would recommend. Maffia II is, by far, the best storyline I've ever played. Not really any free roam options though.
Really 0_o. I thought it was uninspired and a bit dull.
Nice environment though I guess.Quote

08-07-2014, 15:12:22

Feronix
Quote:
Originally Posted by barnsley View Post
Really 0_o. I thought it was uninspired and a bit dull.
Nice environment though I guess.
Erhm, I guess if you skip the cutscenes? Character development is really good though and it's literally like being tossed into a movie, but you get to controll the main character. Awesome setting too, I do have a soft spot for the '40s and '50s.

I... I enjoyed the Mafia II storyline more than GTA V Bit short though, but for 5 quid you can't go wrong.Quote

08-07-2014, 16:15:30

SeekaX
Quote:
Originally Posted by Feronix View Post
Erhm, I guess if you skip the cutscenes? Character development is really good though and it's literally like being tossed into a movie, but you get to controll the main character. Awesome setting too, I do have a soft spot for the '40s and '50s.

I... I enjoyed the Mafia II storyline more than GTA V Bit short though, but for 5 quid you can't go wrong.
Loved it as well. I wanted to pick it up on steam for ages. The only downside is that the storyline is a bit short. Can't wait for Mafia 3.Quote

08-07-2014, 16:26:08

iBeInspire
Yeah I'm also looking to pick this up just for Mafia 2 Quote

08-07-2014, 17:25:34

YouWhat
Thanks for the heads up, just had to grab, there a few on that list I never tried beforeQuote

08-07-2014, 18:32:47

trawetSluaP
I've just bought the full bundle but already have BS Infinite. Anyone want it as a steam gift?Quote

08-07-2014, 20:46:18

SeekaX
Does anyone else have problems with Mafia II? It keeps trying to perform the first time setup and shortly after it crashes.

/edit
Fixed it by installing physx again. No idea why that worked but i won't complain.

This game is full of wonders. In chapter 2 when you go to Joe there is a little event where you can help a woman fix her car. As the event progressed my framerate dropped from solid 100+ to <30. After the event was over it was back at 100+.Quote

09-07-2014, 04:36:50

SPS
Quote:
Originally Posted by SeekaX View Post
Does anyone else have problems with Mafia II? It keeps trying to perform the first time setup and shortly after it crashes.

/edit
Fixed it by installing physx again. No idea why that worked but i won't complain.

This game is full of wonders. In chapter 2 when you go to Joe there is a little event where you can help a woman fix her car. As the event progressed my framerate dropped from solid 100+ to <30. After the event was over it was back at 100+.
Turn Physx off and kill it with fire - it's a start.Quote

09-07-2014, 06:38:17

Damien c
Just got it may have some keys to give away later this week.Quote

09-07-2014, 07:19:34

Dicehunter
Nice find Watsyerproblem,

If I didn't already have every game in that pack I would buy it, Nice to see offers like these still going though Quote

09-07-2014, 09:28:54

barnsley
Mafia II was "drive here do that" the movie. Other games pulled that off better. Quite enjoyed the Joe's Adventure DLC though.Quote

09-07-2014, 10:05:59

iBeInspire
Quote:
Originally Posted by trawetSluaP View Post
I've just bought the full bundle but already have BS Infinite. Anyone want it as a steam gift?
I would absolutely love that mate Quote

09-07-2014, 10:12:26

ShaunB-91
Loved Mafia II also, get the PhsyX on and enjoy the part were you're all lined up firing at a bar tearing it up. Awesome. Quote

17-07-2014, 12:04:31

Damien c
Some free games


Please post in here and also send me a pm, first come first serve basis.

These may be standalone games or they may need other X-Com games I am not sure so be aware that if you take one, you may not be able to use it.

X-COM: Apocalypse
X-COM: Enforcer
X-COM: Interceptor
X-COM: Terror from the Deep
X-COM: UFO DefenseQuote

17-07-2014, 14:13:49

YouWhat
Quote:
Originally Posted by Damien c View Post
Some free games


Please post in here and also send me a pm, first come first serve basis.

These may be standalone games or they may need other X-Com games I am not sure so be aware that if you take one, you may not be able to use it.

X-COM: Apocalypse
X-COM: Enforcer
X-COM: Interceptor
X-COM: Terror from the Deep
X-COM: UFO Defense
They are the DRM free games, so would of thought they was stand alone, but with the file sizes stated, I think they are DLC.


X-COM: Apocalypse
2K Games
243.2 MB

X-COM: Enforcer
2K Games
235 MB

X-COM: Interceptor
2K Games
365.7 MB

X-COM: Terror from the Deep
2K Games
40.2 MB

X-COM: UFO Defense
2K Games
8.9 MB

Those file sizes are just too small for complete games, will add them on mine and wil report back shortly

Edit, it appears they are full games, using dosbox, and are from the original releases back in the 90s if not the late 80's!!Quote

18-07-2014, 02:41:08

Damien c
The links that I have got appear to be to redeem the games on Steam.Quote

18-07-2014, 03:45:52

RamboOC
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Originally Posted by Damien c View Post
The links that I have got appear to be to redeem the games on Steam.
Your sig is killing my eyes Quote
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