Save up to a cracking 85% on Final Fantasy, Life is Strange, Just Cause and more.
Once again, the very good people at Humble are treating us to another impressive publisher sale. Not only do purchases from the Humble store usually save you a few quid, it all adds up to raise huge chunks of cash for charity.
This week, there’s a Square Enix publisher sale, where you can save up to 85% on a whole raft of games from the mega publisher. Most all of the games in the sale are available with Steam keys for Windows, but you can also get a selection – including Life is Strange, Deus Ex and Tomb Raider games – for Mac and Linux, too.
This isn’t just an opportunity to clear out the back catalogue, either, though there are some old gems on the list. The perenially brilliant Final Fantasy IX is included, for starters, as well as the much lauded Final Fantasy VII and VIII; on the more recent end, the HD remasters of Final Fantasy X/X-2 and Final Fantasy XII are also on the list. Even relatively new JRPGs I Am Setsuna and Lost Sphear receive a discount.
Here’s our picks of the little from the Humble Square Enix publisher week sale:
- Life is Strange – Complete Season – 75% off
- Life is Strange: Before the Storm – 40% off
- Final Fantasy VII – 50% off
- Final Fantasy VIII – 50% off
- Final Fantasy IX – 30% off
- Final Fnatasy X/X-2 HD Remaster – 50% off
- Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age – 50% off
- Rise of the Tom Raider: 20 Year Celebration – 67% off
- Tomb Raider (2013) – 75% off
- Just Cause 3 XL Edition – 85% off
- Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – 85% off
- Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut – 75% off
- I Am Setsuna – 50% off
- Lost Sphear – 50% off
- Children of Zodiarcs – 30% off
- Tokyo Dark – 30% off
- The Turing Test – 70% off
- Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition – 85% off
There’s also a bunch of classic Deus Ex, Tomb Raider, and Legacy of Kain games in there, for the historians among you.
The Humble Square Enix publisher week sale is on now, and will be running until Monday, July 23rd, at 10am PT (6pm GMT).
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