Sega x Capcom PlayStation Humble Bundle Now Live, Will Run Until May

Sega and Capcom have both come together to release a temporary sale on a whole bunch of their previously released titles, via the Humble Bundle service. The bundle will only be available in the PSN’s North America regions for PlayStation-based platforms and will run until May 8th. The bundle can be found here.

For those who don’t know, Humble Bundle is a service that sells a rotating set of (what else?) game bundles for pretty low prices with a portion of the money made going to a charitable service. It’s also not unusual to see themed bundles or bundles coming from specific developers or publishers, such as this instance.

Speaking of which, the Sega x Capcom bundle will be available until May 8th, with the possible charity services being Save the Children, American Red Cross and, or another charity group of your choice.

The games included in the bundle are as follows

In the ‘pay what you want tier’:
– Dead Rising for the PS4
– Dustforce for the PSVita
– Crazy Taxie for the PS3
– Super Monkey Ball: Banana Splitz for the PSVita

Paying more than $11.78 will also get you
-Resident Evil (the remake) for PS4
– Mega Man Legacy Collection for PS4
– Resident Evil Code: Veronica X for PS4
– Sonic Generations for PS3
– Binary Domain for PS3
– Alien: Isolation PS4
– Several coupons for other titles:
–Resident Evil 7: Biohazard- Gold Edition (PlayStation 4) – 40% Off
–Dead Rising 4: Frank’s Big Package (PlayStation 4) – 50%
–Valkyria Revolution (PlayStation 4) – 40% Off
–Yakuza 0 (PlayStation 4) – 50% Off

Paying more than $15 will also unlock two final titles:
-Dead Rising 2 for PS4
– Valkyria Chronicles Remastered for PS4

Just to reiterate, this bundle is only available in the North America regions of the PSN’s system (which includes: United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Peru, Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, El Salvador, Paraguay, Honduras, Bolivia, Uruguay, and Nicaragua.) The bundle will not be available to those outside of that region, and of course, the games themselves are only compatible with the Sony platforms stated.

Source: Playstation Blog

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