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Humble Best of Bandai Namco Bundle Includes Tales of Berseria and Zestiria

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The Humble Best of Bandai Namco Bundle is here, and both Tales of Berseria and Tales of Zestiria are among its headliners. While a wide variety of games appear, this collection primarily consists of titles from its more prominent series. For example, the $1 game is Pac-Man 256. Once you get into other tiers, games like Tales of Zestiria and Tekken 7 pop up.

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Here are all the of the games available in each tier of the bundle. As a reminder, you get all previous tiers when you beat the average, pay $12, or pay $20.

  • $1: Pac-Man 250
  • Beat the Average: Little Nightmares Complete Edition, RAD, and Tales of Zestiria.
  • $12: Katamari Damacy Reroll, Tales of Berseria, and Tekken 7
  • $20: Code Vein and Project Cars 3

Since Humble decided to roll back a change that would cap off how much money would go to charity, the charity sliders are available for the Humble Best of Bandai Namco Bundle. People can choose to have all of their money from this purchase go to charity. The charity of the month is Active Minds, a mental health awareness charity in the US. However, people can choose which charity gets their support.

As a reminder, Humble’s latest statement on sliders and charity splits did suggest things could change. When it reimplemented sliders at the site, it noted that “future development will include exploring different approaches to the sliders and how splits work, along with new ways to incorporate charity into other parts of the user experience.”

The Humble Best of Bandai Namco Bundle will be available until June 2, 2021, and people will get both Tales of Berseria and Tales of Zestiria is they pay $12.

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