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“Six action-packed games to add to your collection. The Humble WB Games Bundle features six of the publisher’s top titles. Pay what you want and get the first installment of the critically-acclaimed Batman: Arkham franchise, Batman: Arkham Asylum Game of the Year Edition, as well as both of the intensely frightening paranormal shooters F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin and F.E.A.R. 3 and the groundbreaking action-RPG, Lord of the Rings: War in the North! Pay more than the average and you’ll also unlock Scribblenauts Unlimited and the sequel to Arkham AsylumBatman: Arkham City Game of the Year Edition.”

Well, now that’s a serious bundle indeed.

If you’ve never played the Batman games, go for it immediately. They’re 2 of the best games released in the last few years.

Scribblenauts Unlimited is an amazing title filled with humor and pushes the player to overcome obstacles using his own creativity. You can create objects, summon creatures or modify aspects of the game at will, basically bending its rules in your favor. It’s a pretty unique game, and much better than the newer title released in a Dc-universe mostly because it does not empathize combat.

FEAR games are really cool FPS that rely on their atmosphere and setting to involve the player in a scenario that’s perfect to play on your own in the dark. FEAR3 has some pretty good co-op multiplayer as well. They’re not the greatest FPS ever made, but I’d pick them over any modern military shooter anytime.

I’ve never played the LOTR:WITN game, so rather than looking for some info on that game and do some copy-paste, I’ll honestly tell you that I have no idea what’s it all about.

This is a bundle that’s definitely worth getting as a whole.