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THQ Learns Humility, Offers Amazing Humble Bundle


Yet another Humble Bundle has arrived, but unlike the video game bundles of the past that were primarily of the indie variety, major third-party publisher THQ is stepping up to the charitable plate in an unprecedented move and offering a Humble Bundle of their very own. We’re not talking about their run-of-the-mill, rubbish assortment of shovelware based on Nickelodeon cartoons and Disney movies either. With great games like Company of Heroes — yes, with its expansions — ready to play on Steam, there couldn’t be a better way to give to a charitable cause.

In addition to Company of Heroes, THQ’s lineup also includes Darksiders (perfect for those interested in giving Darksiders II a spin), Metro 2033, and Red Faction: Armageddon. In addition to this bundle of Steam keys, you’ll also receive DRM-free soundtracks from the titles listed. As is the case with every Humble Bundle, you’re able to name your price when it comes to the donation, and it can be as low as $1 if you so choose. As an added incentive to truly give back, THQ is offering Saints Row: The Third as an unlockable if your donation exceeds the average amount — which currently is sitting at a respectable $5.41. It’s a very small price to pay for one more Steam key.

In the marketplace, this Humble Bundle offer would cost roughly $190, but this limited time offer’s ability to name your price means you could walk away with the best for less. Being generous with a donation over the market price wouldn’t hurt either. All donations received are distributed amongst the Child’s Play Charity, the American Red Cross, and THQ itself.

(via Humble THQ Bundle)

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