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Humble Indie Bundle X Review



With the individual games reviewed, it is time to consider the entire Humble Indie Bundle X and if it is worth purchasing. In my opinion, it is definitely worth being purchased. To the Moon has left me so impressed that I would recommend the bundle just for it. BIT.TRIP Presents... Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien also stands out for its well-designed gameplay and fun experience, even if there are frustrating moments. Joe Danger 2: The Movie however is going to be approachable for just about any gamer, though it is probably a good idea to play with a controller, if you have one. Either one offers an experience worth getting the bundle for, so together it is almost impossible to not recommend making the purchase. Papo & Yo, however, left me wanting as its storytelling felt weak to me, but if you know what to expect, you can certainly enjoy it.

Just with the base games, we have good reasons to buy the bundle, so now we can look to see if it is worth beating the average. Reus is definitely a game I can recommend buying the bundle for, but be ready for a more complex game than the stylized graphics would suggest. Surgeon Simulator 2013 is fun to play, but part of that fun comes from how difficult it is to play, so be ready for that. If you are ready for it, then beat the average already and have some fun!

With so many games standing out in this bundle, it is hard to think of a reason why you should not purchase it, unless you already own all of the games. In that case, maybe you could buy a copy for a friend.

  1. Humble Indie Bundle X Review: Introduction
  2. BIT.TRIP Runner2 Review
  3. Joe Danger 2: The Movie Review
  4. Papo & Yo Review
  5. To the Moon Review
  6. Reus (Beat-the-Average) Review:
  7. Surgeon Simulator 2013 (Beat-the-Average) Review
  8. Humble Indie Bundle X Review: Conclusion
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