Kellen Haney from Capcom has taken to the official PlayStation blog this week to announce the launch of the new Humble Capcom PlayStation Bundle, which offers over $178 worth games until 11:00 am September 5th, 2016 at a a massive reduced price.
Capcom has partnered with PlayStation to bring you the Humble Capcom PlayStation Bundle, available in NA PSN regions only. Offering for the very first time games on PSN via a Humble Bundle with different tiers to choose from depending on your budget.
Capcom explains :
Not only are a bunch of great games up for grabs, but a portion of proceeds will go to Save the Children, American Red Cross, and Rettsyndrome.org. If you’re not familiar with how Humble Bundles work, you choose how much you want to pay, with higher tiers unlocking more games! However much you decide to pay, you can go with the default split of proceeds and charities or you can choose exactly how much of what you pay goes to charity. It’s a win-win for everyone!
Pay What You Want Tier
- Strider (PS4 or PS3. Select your platform.) — The original assassin from the arcade and 8-bit console era returns to slice and jump through this intense side-scrolling action platformer! Explore a variety of locations in Strider Hiryu’s quest to take down Grand Master Meio.
- Final Fight: Double Impact (PS3) — Revisit two classic brawlers with Final Fight: Double Impact. Clean up the streets of Metro City and rescue Mayor Haggar’s daughter in Final Fight, or ascend the Dragon Keep to stop the evil wizard Drokmar in Magic Sword!
- Wolf of the Battlefield: Commando 3 (PS3) — The spiritual successor to the beloved classics Commando and Mercs, this classic top-down shooter brings things back to old-school arcade tactics as you blast your way through waves of enemies.
- Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo HD Remix (PS3) — Don’t let the chibi art style fool you — this classic head to head puzzle game is intense! Build up massive power gems, then shatter them with a crash gem to put the hurt on your opponent.
- 45% off Street Fighter V PlayStation Store Coupon (Valid until 10/1/16)
Beat the Average Tier
Get all the above plus:
- Resident Evil (PS4 or PS3. Select your platform) — Enter the doors to the infamous mansion once again with this remastered version of the critically acclaimed survival horror masterpiece.
- Mega Man 9 & 10 (PS3) — It’s time to jump and shoot your way through classic platforming, vibrant stages, and 16 robot masters that await you in this two-pack of Mega Man action presented in old-school 8-bit style.
- Okami HD (PS3) — Save the countryside as the legendary goddess, Amaterasu — reincarnated as the white wolf Shiranui — in her quest to bring beauty back to the world and defeat ancient evil.
- Remember Me (PS3) — The hunter becomes the hunted in the dystopian future setting of Neo-Paris, 2084. Elite memory hunter Nilin’s journey unfolds with a diverse mix of combat, boss fights, and platforming alongside exploration, puzzles, and unique memory remix sequences.
- Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix (PS3) — Shoryuken! The arcade classic comes home again with updated visuals redrawn by the artists at UDON! No need to put a quarter on the machine with this HD remix.
- Lost Planet 3 (PS3) — Survive an extreme and unpredictable environment as you navigate brutal landscapes on foot and in your Utility Rig, while combating both Snow Pirates and the insect-like Akrid.
If You Pay $15 or More
Get all the above plus:
- Resident Evil 0 (PS4 or PS3. Select your platform) — Before S.T.A.R.S. set foot in the Spencer mansion, the team’s rookie member, Rebecca, finds herself trapped on a train and working with escaped convict Billy Coen to survive.
- Devil May Cry HD Collection (PS3) — Let’s get this party started! All three PS2 classics (Devil May Cry, Devil May Cry 2, and Devil May Cry 3: Dante’s Awakening Special Edition) are together in one high-definition package, a chronicle of some of the best character action games of the era. Stay stylish!
- 50% off Mega Man Legacy Collection PlayStation Store Coupon (Valid until 10/1/16)
Source: PS Blog