Don’t miss The Rockstar Humble Bundle which offers Manhunt, Max Payne and GTA titles

There are plenty of good old games as well as a couple of other classics in this bundle.

Here we are fellas, with yet another Humble Bundle…well, bundle. This time, the website covers the Rockstar classics and believe me, there are a tons of good games in the bundle. Let’s take a look at it shall we mates?

First of all, as the minimum price, if you pay $1, here is what you get:

  • Manhunt
  • GTA: Vice City
  • GTA 3
  • Max Payne

For those who pay the average which is around $9.50 now, Humble Bundle offers:

  • Bully: Scholarship Edition
  • GTA: San Andreas
  • L.A. Noire
  • Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne

Ant last but not least, if you pay the fair price which is $15, you will get:

  • L.A. Noire: DLC Bundle
  • GTA 4
  • GTA: Episodes from Liberty City
  • Max Payne 3 (Including Max Payne 3 Rockstar Pass)

The best part is, when you pay $9, you will get the first and the second bundle. And yes, if you get the ultimate package, you will have all the games listed above.

So go ahead and check out the website for the Rockstar Humble Bundle. And don’t forget that your money is going to good places. Funds raised by this bundle will go to support the Rainforest Alliance. This might be a good time to do something good for yourself and for the nature.

Stay tuned for more, and enjoy your cheap Rockstar games fellas!

Humble Bundle gives us a small cut if you purchase something through one of our unique links. You can read our partnership policy for more detailed information.

Written by Umut Uyurkulak

Full-time FRP/RPG freak, part-time wannabe musician and a dedicated member of "Nameless MMORPG Addicts Association"

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