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[PC] Steam - Guardian Bundle 3 - $1.49/$5.99/$8.99 (3/9/12 games, incl. Shift Happens, Afterparty, Papo&Yo) - Fanatical


Another decent bundle from Fanatical with a few gems in there
The bundle has three tiers.

Tier 1: $1.49:

  • Comedy Night
  • Shift Happens
  • Papo & Yo

Tier 2: $5.99:

  • Dungeons 3
  • The Uncertain: Light at the end
  • We, the revolution
  • Fallback Uprising
  • Insomnia: The Ark
  • 3000th duel

Tier 3: $8.99:

  • Afterparty
  • Book of Demons
  • Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story


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  • Dungeons 3 is great, played the campaign in coop, good dungeon keeper style game.
    Papo & Yo was a good single player game too i thought.

    • +1

      Agree on both games. Well worth the price of either tier for those alone.

  • +2

    I keep buying these bundles and never play the games. I now have 490 games in steam a couple hundred not loaded from Humble Bundle and about 50 not loaded from Fanatical. Despite the choice, I still pretty much only play my favourite 5 or so games…

    I need to block OZBargain and stop this temptation to buy stuff I don't need !!!!

    • +1

      I will do my best to change your mind. ;-)

      • +3

        Oops, someone has no humour. I pity that person! ;-)

      • +1

        I don't think you will have to try to hard ;-)

        • Fantastic - I like tempting people with video games. ;-)

          Just out of curiosity: which are the 5 games or so you keep playing?

          • @Lysander: Scum, 7 Days to Die, Space Engineers, Defense Grid 2 (+ the Awakening) and Cities Skylines.

            And you? Do you have a couple faviourites you keep going back to?

            • +1

              @Zaddo: I do, for me it would be city building and strategy games in general (have not played Cities Skylines in depth yet though) and I do go back to old games such as Settlers, Transport Tycoon Deluxe. I also quite often replay Masters of Orion (which is fun as most of these are either cheap or free)
              From the newer games I love the Borderlands series, especially 1 and 2, and the Bioshock series. I am open and happy to try any game though if it looks interesting.
              Currently I am trying to play properly (not just try out and play a bit) through some of the older games in my library, with a "current game" such as Battlefield thrown in for good measure.
              Due to the toxicity of many multiplayer games I stick to single player games when I play for my own personal enjoyment - I do not enjoy playing with either 12 year olds who think they can do whatever they like online (cheating comes to mind) or some super aggressive loners who have no guts to speak up in real life and see online gaming as an opportunity to vent and shout at other players. For that reason I am very careful letting the kiddies play multiplayer too. Playing multiplayer with friends or family is okay though.

              • @Lysander: I agree with you on the toxicity of multiplayer games. Team killers and cheaters do spoil the experience. But not so much that they stop me playing :)

                Happy gaming ;-)

  • We. The Revolution - highly recommended!

  • Bought this at Tier 2 just for The Uncertain.

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