Fanatical Build Your Own Gems Bundle just launched with a large selection of Steam games. All games in this bundle (19 of them to choose from) are delivered as separate Steam keys.
Choose any 1, 5, or 10 games to add of your bundle! Get any 1 game for $1, 5 games for $2.99 or 10 Steam games for $4.99. That’s a good way to get some quality Steam games for cheap and fill your library a bit!
Please note: There are 19 Steam PC keys to choose from, however, the Wordle Franchise Bundle delivers four games in a single key – and Pizza Connection 1 & 2 delivers two games in a single key – taking the total amount of games to 23.
Choose out these titles and make your own custom bundle:
- Path to Mnemosyne
- Crash Drive 2
- Last Room
- Hot Tin Roof: The Cat That Wore A Fedora
- Creepy Tale
- Spartan Fist
- Lovecraft’s Untold Stories
- Dungeons 2
- Ring Runner: Flight of the Sages
- Achtung! Cthulhu Tactics
- Pizza Connection 3
- Wordle Bundle
- and even more games to choose from!
Buy the Fanatical Build Your Own Gems Bundle here
All games come as redeemable Steam keys, directly supplied by the publishers to Fanatical. This bundle is available until October 5th 2021.
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Only build your own bundle I ever bothered getting was the DPDC one, and I must say that these have just gone worse every time… that wasn’t a good bundle either.
For most people that regularly visit this site, this bundle should be a hard pass. Lots of repeats, as usual, on this one. Many of the games are well past their prime and are 5-6 years old as well.
Not sure how a game can be past its prime since it’s not like games deteriorate over time or anything (unless the multiplayer community shrinks I guess). But yeah I have no interest in any of these whatsoever.
It’s like chocolate. Technically, chocolate doesn’t have a use by date, but after a few years, it’s not as nice to eat.
Games are the same. After a few years, there’s newer and nicer and often (but not always) better things to play. Take an extreme example of Tomb Raider, from 1996. Classic game, but compared to the more modern releases, well past its prime.
A game that is now 5 years old will often start to show its age, compared to more modern affairs. These games are getting on in years, and most people should own them, or I would hope, be looking for newer things to play.
Disagree vehemently. The chocolate analogy is flawed because chocolate gets worse with time — it ages — but video games are the exact same sequences of 0 and 1 as ever — they don’t age, by definition.
It’s more like music. The recording technology might be of higher fidelity today, but that doesn’t make the songs or performances of today any better. Prioritizing something newer just for being shinier or more adherent to current fads is myopic. I’ll listen to Led Zeppelin over Ed Sheeran any day of the week. Likewise I’ll take Chrono Trigger and Portal over Cyberpunk 2077 any day of the week.