I’m Kinglink and it’s time for the Humble Choice April 2022 Review.
This year is kind of racing past. but we’re here with the fourth bundle and for the third time, I will say that I think Humble delivered. It’s not a perfect bundle but there’s quite a bit here. Once again we only have eight titles.
As always I check out each game for an hour and now I’m ready to tell you what I think and who is going to enjoy them. I will mention one thing. The Naruto game in this list is not available for the Asian Pacific market. Instead, you get a game called Space Accident. I won’t be reviewing but I’ll discuss that more later. That is a pretty major change, and I wanted to call it out, so if you’re not sure, check the list of games before buying the bundle.
I’m sure you’ll notice some other changes with the video. Let me know what you think.
With all of that out of the way let’s talk about what there is in the bundle. Starting with
I’m Kinglink and it’s the first week of February, so it’s time for the Humble Choice February 2022 Review.
There have been some changes to Humble this month but before diving into them, let’s go over the games first. As a rule, I have played each game for an hour on stream and now can tell you all about them, who might enjoy them, and what to expect. It’s a short month with 28 days, so let’s just get started because time is running out.
I’m Kinglink and it’s the end of the year, which means it’s the Humble Choice December 2021 Review.
It’s been a great year, and we’re ending on a massive bundle, but before we get into that, I just want to say two personal things. First, I broke 3000 subscribers and I’m staggered, so I want to thank all of you for subscribing from the bottom of my heart. I quite literally couldn’t hit that goal without any of your support.
Second, I’ve created a discord server. It’s called The Roundtable, and if you’re interested check the description, or possibly the pinned comment, and let’s get that server going. I’ll talk more about it at the end but I wanted to give everyone a heads up.
I’m Kinglink and it’s November 2021, so of course it’s time for the Humble Choice November 2021 Review.
So this month is a little odd… Normally there are 12 games to titles to choose from, but this month, for some reason, Humble has released the newest choice with only 10, though you get all ten. It’s something I’ve been asking for. I was hoping that instead of throwing in random cheap titles to get their numbers up, fewer titles could be higher quality. Did it work out that way? Let’s see.
I know some people will immediately dismiss this bundle and I get it. I thought this was a joke at first, and still question it, but give me under twenty minutes and I’ll see if I can find some value in here for you.
I’m Kinglink and it’s September 2021, which means it’s time for the Humble Choice September 2021 Review.
We have 13 games and, as always, I played each game for an hour and now am here to tell you all about them. Let’s just get started.
PGA Tour 2K21. I think a lot of people are expecting me to tear into this game. But that’s not what I do, PGA Tour 2K21 is a golf game and that could be my review. It perfectly bookends every point I would make about this game.
I’m Kinglink and it’s time for the Humble Choice July 2021 Review.
Once again I’m back after playing each game for an hour, and I should be able to tell you who is going to enjoy each title, and who might want to skip them. It’s a strange month so let’s just get to the games and talk about them. Starting with a major franchise…
Yakuza 3 Remastered. If you’ve been a Humble Choice member for a while, you’ve probably already seen Yakuza 0, Kiwami, and Kiwami 2, which was the first trilogy of Yakuza games for the PC. It appears that trend is continuing, with Yakuza 3 Remastered this time.
I’m Kinglink. It’s the first week of the month so it must be time for the Humble Choice for June 2021 Review.
Remember I only play one hour per game to get a sampling of them all, and I’ll tell you who is going to enjoy each title, and who might want to skip it. It’s a big month with another massive headline so let’s dive in again.
Our first game is one whose base game has already been in a Humble Monthly, in the February 2019 Humble Monthly Bundle…
I’m Kinglink, and it’s time for the Humble Choice April 2021 Review.
This month I’ve played each game for one hour over three nights on stream, and we’ll talk more about that at the end, but it’s given me a chance to find out what each game is about and if I can recommend it. There are 13 titles, so let’s just dive straight in. Starting with…
Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts. This feels like a mixture between Sniper Elite, Metal Gear Solid 5, and Hitman, and that mix is pretty good. It has extremely detailed bullet physics and large open world designs for its mission areas.
I’m Kinglink, and it’s time for the Humble Choice February 2020 Review.
As always, I’ve played each of these games for an hour and now it’s my chance to tell you what I think about them, as well as who should like them or not. I’ve had a pretty good weekend as this is a very interesting bundle. So let’s go down the list, starting with…
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.