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The April Humble Monthly Bundle Is A Steal

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A new month means a new Humble Monthly Bundle, and April's offering is on par with the excellent Bundles from January, February, and March; even though we only have the first three titles. Humble Bundle has been offering fantastic games month after month, making the Monthly Humble Bundle a must for PC gamers who want to spend less for more.

The Rand/Dollar exchange rate fluctuates with every new announcement from parliament, but one thing that remains unchanged is that the Humble Monthly Bundle guarantees value for money. You'll pay $12 and you'll get $100 worth of games. Every time. As things stand in South Africa at the time of writing, that's R143 for R1192 worth of games. The games for April that you can unlock the moment you subscribe (and keep forever even if you cancel the service), is already valued at more than the subscription fee!

But wait, there's more! All Humble Monthly Bundle subscribers also get 10% discount on their other Humble Bundle purchases. You also get exclusive access to the Humble Originals, and you'll support charity with your subscription.

April Humble Monthly Bundle

Unlock immediately:

  1. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
  2. GOD EATER 2: Rage Burst
  3. Mafia III + Mafia III: Sign of the Times

For the sake of fairness, I have to add that Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is currently available on Steam at 80% discount - for the weekend only. You have to subscribe before April 6 to unlock the March Humble Monthly Bundle. To help you decide if you want to subscribe, here's a look at the three games on offer right now. Remember, more will unlock during the month.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided wasn't a perfect game, but it was a gem.  "If you want a lovely mix of first-person RPG, as “cyber magic” wizard, you can do no better than this stunning gem," explained our review - Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - Gorgeous Mess. If you're a fan of the series, then you've probably already played Mankind Divided, if you're not, then the good news is that you don't need to have played the predecessors, you can jump right in.

Mafia III had some good, bad, and downright ugly moments. What I loved most about the game was its "kick-ass soundtrack," it was such a delight to climb into a car and hear the next piece of music. Driving around New Bordeaux remains the highlight of the game for me, but that's not all there is to the game. It also has a fantastic AI cast with brilliant performances from the three lieutenants. Each underboss has a strong backstory, and unlocking their trust comes in the form of a mission. They have a few specifics in those missions that relate back to their story, and which is initially done very well. Missions, however, eventually become boring and repetitive, but Mafia 3's "ugly" side fell to its poor graphics and physics. The good news for those who want to purchase the game with the Humble Monthly Bundle is that Hanger 13 has released quite a few updated over the past year  to fix most of the issues.

GOD EATER 2: Rage Burst is an action, role-playing game and it has received mostly positive reviews from Steam users. It delivers a superb co-op beat- hunting experience, and includes fantastic loot and character customization features. If you enjoy games like Monster Hunter, then you'll enjoy GOD EATER 2: Rage Burst. 

The fantastic March Humble Monthly includes eight games, which is all now available for download. It includes Dark Souls III (and the Ashes of Ariandel DLC), the beautiful Last Day of June, 2D platformer Splasher, two adventure games, Aviary Attorney and Holy Potatoes! We're in Space?! and finally, Drawkanoid as the Humble Original.

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