Humble Sega Bundle goes to its Dreamcast roots

Sega is looking to its Dreamcast roots for the latest Humble Bundle, which includes the Dreamcast Collection and Nights Into Dreams among others.


'Tis the season for nostalgia, according to the folks at Sega and Humble Bundle. Sega would like its audience to remember the good old days of the Dreamcast with the Humble Sega Bundle. And of course, it's also offering up a few more modern games, as well.

Sega fans can pay what they want for the Dreamcast Collection (which is Sonic Adventure DX Director's Cut, Crazy Taxi, Space Channel 5 Part 2, and Sega Bass Fishing all in one game), Nights Into Dreams, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, the Total War Rome II 'Caesar in Gaul' DLC, and the Football Manager 2015 'Miles' Tactic' DLC. The latter two are somewhat notable in that the base games are not offered anywhere in this bundle.

Another notable offering comes in the incentives. Pay more than the average (which is hovering around $3.60) to get Empire: Total War and Company of Heroes 2: The Western Front Armies: Oberkommando West standalone expansion. The latter comes just months after it was released, opening up a new Western Front campaign through the eyes of a new German army.

Paying $12 will net users Total War: Shogun 2 - Fall of the Samurai. Meanwhile, $50 will offer up an exclusive Dreamcast T-shirt. It may be one of the most expensive T-shirts ever made, but of course, as is the case with all Humble Bundles, proceeds will go to charity. In this case, money will go to AbleGamers, the Willow Foundation, SpecialEffect, and GamesAid.

The Humble Sega Bundle will run through December 9 and more games are expected to be added to this bundle in the coming days.

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