If you're a fan of Rockstar's extensive catalog of games, you'll want to turn your attention to the latest Humble Bundle sale. This week's bundle includes a load of Rockstar hits, including entries from the Grand Theft Auto series, Max Payne, L.A. Noire, and more. And in typical Humble style, the sale operates on a pay-what-you-want scheme – though you will have to hit certain thresholds to get some games.
If you pony up one dollar or more, you can snag Manhunt, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto III, and Max Payne. Paying more than the average (currently at $9.59) will unlock Bully, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, L.A. Noire, and Max Payne 2. Finally, shelling out $15 or more will unlock the L.A. Noire: DLC Bundle, Grand Theft Auto IV, Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City, and Max Payne 3.
That's definitely not a bad haul for the price, particularly if you've missed out on some of these titles over the years. Once purchased, each game will be available via a Steam key distributed by Humble. And as with each other Humble Bundle sale, you can choose how your money gets split between charities and Humble itself.
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