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Get Victor Vran, Evoland 2 and Else Heart Break for $1 from Humble’s Best of 2016 Bundle

Humble Bundle is selling a new bundle, called the Humble Bundle's: Best of 2016 bundle. It is not actually the best games of 2016, rather it consists of a collection of a few of the best games, from all the bundles sold on the website in 2016.

Best of 2016 Bundle

You can get the following games for $1.

  • Else Heart.Break()
  • Evoland 2
  • Victor Vran

Beating the average price, which is currently at $3.82 will net you the following games, plus the aforementioned trio.

  • Rust
  • Shadowrun: Hong Kong - Extended Edition
  • Stronghold Crusader 2

For $10 you will get Homeworld Remastered Collection and all the above games.

Is the Humble Best of 2016 bundle worth buying?

It depends on your favorite genre. If you like games like Diablo, you will like Victor Vran, which uses a bit of keyboard shortcuts for special attacks and powers. It does let you choose from mouse only movement and attacks, keyboard and mouse controls, and also supports game controllers.

Rust is a multiplayer survival game, but we haven't tried it (I hate multiplayer games). The game has a cult following though, so it might be worth checking some gameplay videos to learn more.

Shadowrun: Hong Kong is a nice turn-based RPG set in a Cyberpunk theme. Stronghold Crusader 2 is a good RTS, to be precise it is a castle SIM. You will have to manage your economy and your military, in a tough as nails game. It may not be as good as the original Stronghold Crusader, but the sequel does have vastly improved graphics.

Homeworld Remastered Collection consists of Homeworld Remastered Edition + Homeworld 2 Remastered Edition and the original versions, Homeworld Classic +  Homeworld 2 Classic. They are the best space based RTS games ever made.

The games normally cost $189. but you can get them all for $10 from Humble Bundle. The $1 tier is worth it for Victor Vran.

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