I’m Kinglink and Happy New Year, which means it’s time for the Humble Choice January 2022 review. Where does the time go?
A new year, a new bundle, and the same old me, though a little under the weather. This month we return to the 10 game lineup and there are a lot of interesting choices and discussions to be had, but in case you’re new I check out each game for at least an hour, and I’m ready to tell you what I think about this month’s offerings. We’re going to start with the game I was the most excited about. That is…
I’m Kinglink and that’s right, it’s time for the Humble Choice August 2021 Review.
It’s my birthday month, and as a present, I got a Humble Choice with 2 games I already own. But that’s not a bad thing because they’re two of my favorite games and I get a chance to discuss them. It may even have changed my opinion on one.
As always I play the Humble Choice games for one hour, and compile my opinions, who I think should play them or enjoy them and who should skip. With that said, let’s get started with the first game I already own, and the biggest game this month.
I’m Kinglink and I think it’s time we take a moment and look back at Humble Choice.
The reason is Humble Choice came out a year ago and I’ve enjoyed reviewing the choice bundles. A year is a good point to do a retrospective and look at what has been put out over that period. Of course, if you want to know about any specific Humble Choice bundle, check my channel.
Humble Bundle has also continued to crank out other deals as well and when I look at reactions, I keep hearing the same thing. People are saying the bundles are getting worse.
To be upfront about it, I’m not a huge fan of a few things going on, and I think there’s a lot of issues with Humble that aren’t getting get talked about. While the bundle quality fluctuates, I think it is more indicative of larger issues going on.
I’m Kinglink and it’s time for a look at the August 2020 Humble Choice.
It is my birthday month, so I guess as a gift to me there’s a slight change this month, where subscribers at the classic and premium tiers get all 12 games. I think this is great, especially because I needed 11 games this month. It probably is limited to just this month of Humble Choice, but the good news is you can get them all.
There are a LOT of games, including a bonus game from last month, and three additional DRM free games, so we’ll get started with
I’m Kinglink and we’re here for the Humble Choice July 2020 Review.
There are a lot of games so the rules are the same as always, I spent 1 hour per game, I’ll tell you why or why not to check it out, and Youtube chapters are available if you need them. Let’s dive right in.
Hello, I am Kinglink, and welcome to the Humble Choice May 2020 review.
You know last month’s games must have been pretty good, I barely left the house in April. In all seriousness, I did put in a ton of time into Hitman, so I’m excited to see if there’s another winner this month.
For new viewers, I play each game for 1 hour, give my opinions, rank the best and worst, and talk about the bundle as a whole. I am also using chapters so if you don’t want to hear about a specific game, check the timeline and the next game’s chapter should be marked. We do have 15 games to talk about, including the surprise of last month, so let’s get to it with a roar.
Hello all, we’re back again with the Humble Monthly Bundle Recap for December 2019.
So let’s get started. This month we have three games, Yakuza Kiwami, Soul Calibur VI and My Time at Portia. Honestly this is yet again another solid month with three great games. It’s also the last month, and I’ll touch on that at the end. Let’s quickly talk about each game.
Hello citizens, This is my review of My Time at Portia, developed by Pathea and published by Pathea and Team 17.
My Time at Portia is a life simulator, with a focus on building your home, outdoor workshop and, creating a life for yourself on the world of Portia…That sounds very futuristic and Science Fiction but that’s just promotional material. It feels more like Portia is the name of the town even if it’s not. There’s this idea of Post apocalyptic survival, that… really isn’t here. This game is very similar to Stardew Valley, Harvest Moon, and games like that. Throughout the game, players will meet people, explore, gather resources, and what makes My Time at Portia stand out from the crowd is building structures and objects.
The following is a script from the Youtube video posted below. Feel free to watch it if you prefer videos, and read it if you prefer the written word.
Hello, I thought I’d make a hopefully quick video just on some thoughts about the recent changes of Humble Monthly Bundle, moving to the Humble Choice system.
Now why this, I don’t tend to touch on current events, and the fact is, Humble Bundle has meant a lot to me. It’s given me a lot of games, according to the site I’ve been a subscriber since November 2016. There have not been many bad months, there have been months with odd choices, and there’s been the Black Ops 4 month. That one wasn’t great. But I love throwing 12 bucks down and getting at least one Triple-A title each month.