Pay what you want for a stack of great THQ titles, and help out a charity at the same time. Win win!
We love the Humble Bundle, in all its indie, pro-charity, price-democratic glory. But there's something even cooler about a company like THQ getting in on the action, and offering a range of AAA titles to help out Child's Play and the American Red Cross.
On offer in the Humble THQ Bundle are the following:
- Metro 2033
- Red Faction: Armageddon
- Company of Heroes
- CoH: Opposing Fronts
- CoH: Tales of Valor
- Plus, spend more than the average (currently $5.60) and you get Saints Row: The Third
It's a solid range (except maybe for Red Faction), and even solider given the financial woes THQ is in at the moment. However, as a branding exercise, it certainly can't hurt, and it gets Company of Heroes and Metro on the roadmap ahead of sequel releases next year.
But whatever the reasoning, supporting charity (or even THQ, which is kind of like a charity these days), is certainly a Good Thingtm.