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The Humble Weekly Sale is one tempting smorgasbord of a deal. Name your price rarely looks this good ladies and gentlemen. Especially if you happen to be a fan of the Serious Sam series. And quite frankly, who isn’t?

So, head on over to Humble Weekly  and see for yourself whether or not you’re willing to support charity, nab some cool games, and help support a potential new title in the Serious Sam series. Seriously. Currently, if you spend what you would on a 6-inch sandwich at Subway restaurants ($4.32), you’ll walk away with seven titles. It’ll also grant you access to the prototype .

And in the wake of all this DRM mumbo-jumbo you’ll be happy to know you can fire up your games DRM-free. Once you purchase ’em of course.

 

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Why So Serious? Humble Weekly’s Got The Answer

By EGM Staff | 06/7/2013 01:53 PM PT

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The Humble Weekly Sale is one tempting smorgasbord of a deal. Name your price rarely looks this good ladies and gentlemen. Especially if you happen to be a fan of the Serious Sam series. And quite frankly, who isn’t?

So, head on over to Humble Weekly  and see for yourself whether or not you’re willing to support charity, nab some cool games, and help support a potential new title in the Serious Sam series. Seriously. Currently, if you spend what you would on a 6-inch sandwich at Subway restaurants ($4.32), you’ll walk away with seven titles. It’ll also grant you access to the prototype .

And in the wake of all this DRM mumbo-jumbo you’ll be happy to know you can fire up your games DRM-free. Once you purchase ’em of course.

 

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