The latest Humble Bundle is again a good offer, because it contains besides bad ego-shooters enough cheap good games. Among them is the entire Saints-Row series, which lends its name to the gamebundle.
Risen 3: Titan Lords and the 2D platformer Deadlight are worth spending a US dollar. Saints Row 2, on the other hand, is poorly aged and faded compared to the much more advanced, modern parts of the series. Even the boring call-of-duty copy Homefront does not need anyone.
Fully recommended is stage 2 of the offer, although the Kickstarter-Flop Mighty No. 9 is not suitable as a purchase incentive. Saints Row: The Third and the standalone add-on Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell (co-operative) play fun, which is also true for killer is dead (test). The Hack’n’Slay action game is like anything from the pen of Goichi “Suda51” Suda entertaining, but bizarre. From a purchase price of 12.88 euros, players will get the terrible Homefront: The Revolution (Test), but also the complete versions of Saints Row 3 and 4 to date so far.
Not worth mentioning is the fourth and final bid stage: to place 60 more US dollars on the amount required for Tier 3 is only a pre-order from Agents of Mayhem, a Saints Row spin-off. To buy the cat in the sack at the regular price – this does not appear as a good offer from any angle.