Resident Evil Humble Bundle gives horror fans something to scream about

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In brief: The latest Humble Bundle is giving fans of horror games something to scream about. The digital storefront has partnered with Capcom on a collection of classic and modern Resident Evil games worth revisiting or enjoying for the very first time.

The top-tier bundle packs in 11 franchise favorites including (in no particular order): Resident Evil, Resident Evil: Revelations and Revelations 2 Deluxe Edition, Resident Evil 0, Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 3, Resident Evil 4, Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition, Resident Evil 6, Resident Evil 7 Biohazard, and the latest series entry, Resident Evil Village. Buyers will also receive a 25 percent off coupon to use on Resident Evil Village – Winters' Expansion.

The bundle includes the HD remaster of the original Resident Evil as well as next gen remakes of Resident Evil 2 and 3. Other classics are presented in their original form with low system requirements so they should be able to run smoothly on a range of hardware.

The Decades of Horror bundle can be yours for at least $35. That is not a bad deal considering Village currently commands $39.99 by itself over on Steam. According to Humble Bundle, the total collection is valued at $335.

There are also options to pay less, although you will receive fewer items. A 10-item bundle that excludes Village and the expansion coupon can be had for just $20, while $10 will get you seven classics. All of the games in the bundle are redeemable on Steam and playable on Windows.

A percentage of your purchase will go to help Humble Bundle continue to offer additional bundles in the future. The rest of the money goes to charities and developers – either through a default split or adjusted as you see fit. As of writing, more than 8,000 bundles have been sold, raising close to $24,000 for charity (in this case, One Tree Planted and

Interested parties have another 13 days to pick up the Resident Evil Humble Bundle.

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It is actually a good deal. For the same price, Steam was offering you REVII and REVII alone...

Now you have all the game and you can get the Winter DLC for 10$ on CDKEY.
I'd only play these in VR for the ultimate trouser-soaking experience... Unfortunately a lack of official PC VR support is not very inviting for me. This is still a good deal otherwise, even for a monitor experience.