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Submitted by FuzzyPixels 578d ago | opinion piece

A Humble THQ | Desperation or A Glimpse of the Future?

Dealspwn: " The Humble Bundle has become synonymous with smaller, less-well-known titles and DRM-free downloads. With the PWYW model allowing consumers to distribute their funds across the various developers, partner charities, and the folks at Humble Bundle themselves, there's been a growing sense of goodwill. Buy game, donate to charity, support indie devs, take home five or more games at a steal, and feel happy and content in the understanding that you've been part of A Good Thing.

"So it's understandable that some have criticised the latest Humble Bundle - a single-publisher venture with THQ - for seemingly 'threatening to ruin the brand's reputation' or taking a "step backward" with regard to the pricing model." (Industry, THQ)

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