July Humble Choice is Here

Humble Choice July

July Humble Choice is Here

Humble Choice July

It's fair to say that recent months haven't exactly been good for anyone who was on the Humble Monthly plan. Every month brings excitement and 5:59pm and misery at 6:00pm. Have we finally got away from games designed to make you buy the DLC on their store? Have Nickelodeon run out of tie-in bunches of ineptitude?

This July 2022 bundle at least finally contains a couple of good games, albeit ones that are also available in the Steam sale. However, supporting Mental Health awareness charity Active Minds means that even a passing interest should be enough to tempt you. Let's take a look at the headlines.

July Humble Choice is Here  

The two standout titles, one more than the other, are Deep Rock Galactic and Necromunda Hired Gun. Deep Rock Galactic, seen below, is a Co-Op FPS with destructable enviroments. Think Red Faction brought up to date. It's procedurally generated, so not the same attention to detail of a hand-crafted experience, but a good way to let off some stress. You also, as is becoming customary, get a voucher off the rest of the DLC you need to have a complete experience.


July Humble Choice is Here  

Games Workshop games are either spectacular - Total Warhammer II, Vermintide II - or deeply flawed - most of the others. Necromunda Hired Gun is, like Underhive Wars, set in the famous 40K hive city of Necromunda, but unlike Underhive Wars isn't a steaming pile of dreck. Yes it's another FPS game like Vermintide with guns. More Dakka is good though, right?


July Humble Choice is Here  

Beyond that there are the usual pixel-art heavy and multiplayer focused titles one normally gets from Humble, along with their ever-present obsession with bizarre simulator games, this time lawn mowing. Yeah, us neither. Still it's all in a good cause and if nothing else there are two banging shooters to play with and a game, Yes Your Grace, which reminds us of the deeply fun Reigns card game.

Pick up the whole bundle from here, and let us know your favourites on the OC3D Forums.

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