New Humble Weekly Sale Hawks Paradox Interactive Games

Remember when "DRM-free" was a big selling point of Humble Bundle's Humble Bundles?

Yeah.  Good times…

Anyway, Humble Bundle's newest Weekly Bundle has a collection of Paradox Interactive games for you to pay-what-you-want for.  Well, so long as you want to pay at least a dollar because all of these games are Steam-only.

Up for grabs are Europa Universalis III Complete, War of the Roses: Kingmaker, Warlock: Master of the Arcane, Leviathan: Warships, Dungeonland and The Showdown Effect.  Each game comes with its soundtrack which, incidentally, is DRM-free.

Pay more than the average (currently $5.80) and you'll also pick up Crusader Kings II and Magicka and their respective soundtracks.

As mentioned, all eight games are Steam-only.  All are available on Windows, five on Mac and one on Linux.

Say, is that the sound of a crap-ton of money burning a hole through your pocket?  Then perhaps you'd be interested in The Big Kahuna.  Pay $125 and you'll get the eight core bundle and beat-the-average games and soundtracks in addition to a whopping 40 additional games 12 additional soundtracks.

Here's the big list.  I've bolded the core and beat-the-average games.

  • Mount & Blade – Windows
  • Hearts of Iron II: Complete – Windows
  • Europa Universalis: Rome – Gold Edition – Windows
  • Europa Universalis: Rome – Vae Victis – Windows
  • King Arthur – The Role-Playing Wargame – Windows
  • Crusaders: Thy Kingdom Come – Windows
  • King Arthur – Fallen Champions – Windows
  • King Arthur II – The Role-Playing Wargame – Windows
  • Europa Universalis III – Windows and Mac
  • Hearts of Iron III – Windows and Mac
  • East India Company – Windows
  • Majesty 2 – Windows
  • Majesty: Gold Edition – Windows
  • Lead and Gold – Gangs of the Wild West – Windows
  • War of the Roses – Windows
  • For The Glory – Windows
  • Arsenal of Democracy – Windows
  • Sword of the Stars Complete Collection – Windows
  • Magicka – Windows
  • The Kings' Crusade – Windows
  • Victoria II – Windows
  • Victoria: Revolutions – Windows
  • Sword of the Stars II: Enhanced Edition – Windows
  • Mount & Blade: Warband – Windows
  • Ship Simulator Extremes – Windows
  • Commander: Conquest of the Americas – Windows
  • Pirates of the Black Cove – Windows
  • Cities in Motion – Windows and Mac
  • Defenders of Ardania – Windows
  • Darkest Hour: A Hearts of Iron Game – Windows
  • Sengoku – Windows
  • Majesty Gold HD – Windows
  • Naval War: Arctic Circle – Windows
  • Starvoid – Windows
  • A Game of Dwarves – Windows
  • Gettysburg: Armored Warfare – Windows
  • Impire – Windows
  • Leviathan: Warships – Windows and Mac
  • Warlock – Master of the Arcane – Windows
  • Crusader Kings II – Windows, Mac, and Linux
  • The Showdown Effect – Windows and Mac
  • Crusader Kings Complete – Windows
  • Dungeonland – Windows and Mac
  • Cities in Motion 2 – Windows and Mac
  • March of the Eagles – Windows
  • Knights of the Pen and Paper +1 – Windows, Mac, and Linux
  • Teleglitch: Die More Edition – Windows, Mac, and Linux
  • War of the Vikings Alpha – Windows

All 48 games are Steam-Only and available for Windows.  Nine of the games are also available for Mac and three are for Linux.

Which games do the additional 12 soundtracks belong to?  I don't know.

-Reporting from San Diego, GamePolitics Contributing Editor Andrew Eisen

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    Andrew Eisen says:

    "GamePolitics is designed to stimulate a robust discussion on a variety of topics related to video games, politics and culture."

    That's about as close as I can find to an actual GP mission statement and there's certainly nothing saying "we will never post a story about anything that doesn't have something to do with laws and lawsuits and stuff."

    Politics is not limited to government and law.

    Now, had we spent the week covering Miley Cyrus's performance at the VMAs (unless someone had made a video game about it or something) then yeah, I could see the rational behind an objection in our coverage.

    If you don't think the Resident Evil show at Universal belongs on our pages, that's cool.  Don't read it.  But again, it's not like we're ignoring stories like the Smothers shooting (inarguably in our wheelhouse) in order to write about LEGO Minifigures Online.


    Andrew Eisen

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    jedidethfreak says:

    15 stories on the front page, only three that follow the mission statement.  In the time GP posted the 16 articles you linked, they had a total of 54 articles.

    Way to uphold the mission statement, guys.

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    Andrew Eisen says:

    You mean like:

    Sure, we cover stories that aren't strictly "politics" with a capital 'P' but that's in addition to the types of stories that GamePolitics is known and read for.  We've always operated this way.


    Andrew Eisen

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    jedidethfreak says:

    Remember when GamePolitics actually posted articles about politics involving video games instead of attempting to be just another game journalism site?

    Good times.

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    Craig R. says:

    I'd really prefer Humble remain to their roots. But seeing as I already have Steam and I'm a big Paradox Interactive fan I'm probably going to find myself grabbing a bundle for the first time.

    At least Paradox isn't EA, and Steam isn't Origin.

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