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PlayStation games hit Humble Bundle

Latest Capcom package offers PS3 and PS4 games at pay-what-you-want price

PlayStation gamers are getting their first crack at a Humble Bundle. The Humble Capcom PlayStation Bundle has gone up, offering interested players in the Americas a selection of PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 titles at prices determined by the purchaser.

Those paying at least $1 get access to a quartet of Capcom digital releases, as well as a 45% off coupon to buy Street Fighter V from the PlayStation Store. Those who choose to pay more than the average purchase price ($12.32 as of this writing) will get six more Capcom games, including games that had physical retail releases like Remember Me and Lost Planet 3. Finally, those who pay $15 or more for the bundle will get two more titles and a 50% off coupon for the PS4 version of Mega Man Legacy Collection. As always with Humble Bundles, purchasers can choose how much of their money goes to the publisher, to Humble, and to a selection of charities like Save the Children and the American Red Cross.

This is not the Humble Bundle's first foray onto consoles. Last year, there was a Humble Nindie Bundle featuring games from indie developers on the 3DS and Wii U. Shortly afterward, Humble Bundle cofounder John Graham told he saw the promotion's performance as a signal that console bundles could work, and hoped to do more of them in the future.

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