If you want more games, though, you can get a bundle of four for $13.32, or five games for $16.65. Any way you slice it, each game ends up costing just $3.33, which is a heck of a deal, considering the MSRP for the games range between $20 and $40 each. What games are we talking about? You can find full list of 16 PC games below, but here are some of the highlights.
For one, Life is Strange: The Complete Season, is an excellent game with a (mostly) laid-back vibe. It’s narrative-driven, so you don’t have to worry about having fast reflexes or anything, and the story it tells is mysterious, lightly sci-fi, and highly engrossing.
Redout is an ultra-fast, futuristic racing game, along the lines of Wipeout or F-Zero. The Pillars of the Earth is an adventure game that takes place in 12th century England and focuses on a cast of small-town characters struggling to survive during war and famine. Lords of the Fallen is a lot like Dark Souls, but not as crushingly difficult. Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom is a colorful JRPG.
Really, there’s something for everyone in the eligible games. If you can find three you’d like to try, there’s no reason not to give it a shot at this price.
Chris Reed is IGN’s shopping and commerce editor. You can follow him on Twitter @_chrislreed.