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The latest monthly Humble Choice bundle is up and it looks like another great package of games for you to get cheap.

This is the monthly bundle that you can subscribe to allowing you to claim all of the games included each month with a fresh set, and it also gives you a Humble Store discount (bigger discount up to 20% if you stay subscribed to it for longer). Below I will note each game you can get included plus the Steam Deck rating, any ProtonDB rating if there is one (or if it has Native Linux support) and each is a Steam link if you need more info first.

Here's what you can claim:

Yakuza: Like a Dragon - Deck Verified / ProtonDB Gold

Become Ichiban Kasuga, a low-ranking yakuza grunt left on the brink of death by the man he trusted most. Take up your legendary bat and get ready to crack some underworld skulls in dynamic RPG combat set against the backdrop of modern-day Japan.

Hi-Fi RUSH - Deck Verified / ProtonDB Platinum

Test your abilities in two new game modes, uncover new rewards and even a few secrets in the Arcade Challenge! Update! Feel the beat as wannabe rockstar Chai and his ragtag team fight against an evil megacorp in a world that syncs to the music.

Steelrising - Deck Playable / ProtonDB Silver

Paris, 1789. The French Revolution has been suppressed with bloodshed by Louis XVI and his merciless mechanical army. Aegis, a mysterious automaton masterpiece, must confront the king's army alone to save history in this challenging action-RPG.

Loddlenaut - Deck Verified 

Play as an interstellar custodian sent to clean up a polluted ocean planet. Pick up trash, explore the vibrant waters, and take care of axolotl-like alien creatures!

King Of The Castle - Deck Playable / ProtonDB Silver

Take your rightful place on the throne in this political party game for 4+ players. Rule the kingdom with an iron fist or silver tongue as you steer through bloodshed, intrigue & madcap disaster! Can you keep your crown when others plot your downfall? More importantly, can you keep your head?

Bravery and Greed - Deck Playable / ProtonDB Gold

Bravery and Greed is a beat 'em up, roguelite, dungeon brawler for up to four players. Choose from four classic fantasy classes, engage in a deep robust combat system, and play a variety of co-operative and competitive game modes with friends via local, online or both. Get rich, or die trying!

Amanda the Adventurer - Deck Playable / ProtonDB Platinum

Join Amanda and her pal Wooly on a series of adventures as they explore and learn about our wonderful world! With several NEW play-along, laugh-along, learn-along episodes there's always fun to be had! Just make sure to do everything Amanda says or she might get angry.

Mediterranea Inferno - Deck Verified

Explore the inner demons of three childhood friends on a summer retreat. Unearth secrets, fears and obsessions as you help them reconnect and rediscover themselves. A mature and treacherous visual novel from the creator of Milky Way Prince – The Vampire Star.

See it all on Humble Choice.

It's worth noting that Humble Store also has a huge sale on until May 21st. There's lots of good stuff in there like PREY for £1.99, which I felt like picking up and finally playing after the news today about Microsoft closing studios.

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kuhpunkt May 7
Feels a bit weird to get Hi-Fi Rush today, just when the studio was closed
TightRope May 7
I have been sitting on the fence for buying HiFi Rush for a long time. Can't beat the price of signing up for Humble Choice to get it.
scaine May 7
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I'm gonna be that guy and point out that both Yakuza: Like a Dragon and Hi-fi Rush are encumbered by Denuvo DRM. Otherwise, I'd have bought this bundle. Actually, that's a lie - I'd have bought Hi-fi Rush on release if they hadn't put that keek on it. There are still, today, about 5 or 6 titles I'd have spent my money on if it wasn't for Denuvo - Monster Hunter Rise, Strange Brigade, Deathloop, Atomic Heart, Gotham Knights and a handful of JRPG games, like Octopath or Legend of Mana.

I'd probably have bought Far: Changing Tides too. It's a £15 indie with frequent £5 sales, so no idea what it's doing with Denuvo on it. I suppose that's the problem with Denuvo - this title will clear around 1.5M in revenue, and 15 months of Denuvo will cost them 350K, so they still clear £1.15M. But they'd have to be properly deluded to think that pirates would cost them over £350K in sales. But they still put Denuvo on there...
emphy May 8
Quoting: scaineI'm gonna be that guy and point out that both Yakuza: Like a Dragon and Hi-fi Rush are encumbered by Denuvo DRM. Otherwise, I'd have bought this bundle. Actually, that's a lie - I'd have bought Hi-fi Rush on release if they hadn't put that keek on it. There are still, today, about 5 or 6 titles I'd have spent my money on if it wasn't for Denuvo - Monster Hunter Rise, Strange Brigade, Deathloop, Atomic Heart, Gotham Knights and a handful of JRPG games, like Octopath or Legend of Mana.

I'd probably have bought Far: Changing Tides too. It's a £15 indie with frequent £5 sales, so no idea what it's doing with Denuvo on it. I suppose that's the problem with Denuvo - this title will clear around 1.5M in revenue, and 15 months of Denuvo will cost them 350K, so they still clear £1.15M. But they'd have to be properly deluded to think that pirates would cost them over £350K in sales. But they still put Denuvo on there...

I'm gonna be that other guy and say that, since yakuza: like a dragon is a playable dlc-shop, I was never going to buy it any ways, despite it being available drm-free on gog.

On a side note, that version has the disclaimer:

QuotePlease note that the DRM-Free version of Yakuza: Like a Dragon does not include the Pachislot machine minigame with the related items and DLC.

Whatsup with that? Does the pachislot machine happen to be a place where one can gamble away real money, either directly or via in-game fantasy currency?
elmapul May 8
i dont see much of a reason to purchase an game that wont be produced anymore, other than convenience
elmapul May 8
Quoting: emphyWhatsup with that? Does the pachislot machine happen to be a place where one can gamble away real money, either directly or via in-game fantasy currency?
i think they want to make sure that people who want to gamble spend on real gamble.
tuubi May 8
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Quoting: emphyWhatsup with that? Does the pachislot machine happen to be a place where one can gamble away real money, either directly or via in-game fantasy currency?
I read about this at some point and asked a coworker who is a fan of the series, and they told me it's just a rather pointless Japanese-style slot machine minigame where you can win items that can all be obtained elsewhere. I don't mind fun minigames, but this one sounds like a waste of time to me.
emphy May 8
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Quoting: emphyWhatsup with that? Does the pachislot machine happen to be a place where one can gamble away real money, either directly or via in-game fantasy currency?
I read about this at some point and asked a coworker who is a fan of the series, and they told me it's just a rather pointless Japanese-style slot machine minigame where you can win items that can all be obtained elsewhere. I don't mind fun minigames, but this one sounds like a waste of time to me.

If it follows the real-world model of Japanese pachinko-parlours, one should be able to "sell" the items one has won right next door.

Which still doesn't quite answer the question of why it isn't in the drm-free version of the game.
tuubi May 8
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Quoting: emphyWhich still doesn't quite answer the question of why it isn't in the drm-free version of the game.
Could be simply because it's a free DLC on Steam and Sega decided there's no money in it. Or maybe because of worse regional availability controls on GOG and they didn't want to worry about gambling regulations in some region that GOG serves? We can only speculate unless you can get a statement directly from Sega.
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