If you’ve ever had a good idea, or at least a hankering for a jRPG recently, Humble Bundle has you covered with the Humble Idea Factory Bundle, offering up several Japanese games for a cheap price.
Like most bundles, this one is broken into three tiers. The first tier is available for only $1 and gives you three games. You’ll get Trillion: God of Destruction, a high numbers jRPG about an ancient god consuming the world. Your goal is to get powerful enough to defeat a boss that have a trillion HP, acquiring, dating, and sacrificng potential friends along the way. The next game is Neptunia Shooter, an 8-bit SHMUP spin-off of the popular jRPG series. Finally, you’ll get Moero Chronicle, a dungeon-crawling jRPG where you’ll recruit monster girls and then do… things with them. Things to make them be your friend. Let’s leave it at that. As usual, at this tier, you will also get a 10% discount for your first month of Humble Monthly.
The second tier is the beat the average tier, which is currently set at $5.99 at the time of writing, and has two more games. The first game you’ll get is MegaTagmension Blanc Deluxe Edition Bundle, which includes both MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptune vs Zombies and all of it’s DLC. This hack and slash game has you playing as school girls as they fight off zombies, naturally. The other game you get is Fairy Fencer F, a jRPG where you play a man attempting to avoid his destiny of having to get involved in a great war. You’ll also get all the DLC for this game as well.
The final tier is available for $10 and gets you three more games. First up is Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart, a chibi-styled strategy game where you need to avoid traps and rank up your characters to do tons of damage. Next up is Superdimension Neptune vs Sega Hard Girls, a jRPG where you take the role of characters modeled after video game consoles and get assistance from actual SEGA. Finally you’ll get Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force, an updated re-release of the aforementioned Fairy Fencer F. Additionally, you’ll get all the DLC for all three games as well.
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