We are almost near the last 30 hours of the Humble THQ Bundle pay-what-you-want sale, and now THQ has added Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War GOTY and Titan Quest to the deal (if you paid over the average), making a great deal even greater.
So far the bundle has raised $4.5 million after just hitting 800,000 purchases, moving ever closer to the 1 million purchase mark. Since the bundle started it caused a great deal of controversy among some sites and users who professed that Humble Bundle was "selling out" by supporting a AAA game company; when the bundle was originally set up to support small independent developers, also excluding DRM-free download availability and offering the games on only one service. Humble reassured naysayers shortly after by announcing they were "not giving up on Indie Bundles".
Regardless of the controversy, the day after the sale started THQ's stocks had risen 40%, This was great news considering the company was in a bit of a pickle recently. But that still hasn't stopped the company offering copies of Metro 2033 (also in the bundle) for FREE on Facebook.
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