Caught for issues to play this weekend? After providing their exhaustive JRPG lineup at a pittance final week, Sq. Enix have this week gutted the value of their Eidos Anthology bundle on Steam as a part of their “Keep House & Play” marketing campaign – providing 54 PC classics, modern bangers and weird curiosities for slightly below 30 quid, in help of charities affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
In hopes of coercing you into staying inside for a number of hundred hours extra, Sq. Enix at the moment are providing a sizeable chunk of Eidos’ decades-long lineage at 95% off. That’s over £530 value of overwhelmingly nice video games happening Steam for £28.38/$39.24, with 100% of the proceeds going to charities and meals banks throughout North America and Europe.
The 54-game bundle features a strong serving to of some traditional PC gaming. At a look, you’ve received each Tomb Raider (minus 2018’s Shadow Of The Tomb Raider), all of the Thief video games (together with the unhealthy one) and your complete Deus Ex lineup. Past the 90s pedigree, although, you’re additionally wanting on the first three Simply Trigger video games, the entire first season of Life Is Unusual, and the sensible Sleeping Canines: Definitive Version, amongst others. Ought to hold you busy, I reckon.
The bundle additionally features a heaping load of DLC for a lot of of its newer choices, not counted inside that 54-title rely. Granted, a bundle this massive can’t simply embrace bangers. Alongside some middling sequels and weird curiosities like Omikron: The Nomad Soul, grabbing the bundle will curse you with possession of Daikatana – a sport that’s precisely as horrible as its repute suggests, if John Walker’s to be believed.
Ah nicely. At the very least it’s for a superb trigger.