EA's Humble Origin Bundle becomes most successful ever

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Posted 12:21pm on Mon 19 August 2013
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EA's Humble Origin Bundle becomes most successful ever
Charity collection is fast approaching the $7 million mark.

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Posted 12:21pm on Mon 19 August 2013
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Also, according to steamdb.info, which has been great in the past for finding out the content of upcoming Humble Bundles: Bulletstorm, RA3 Uprising, Dead Space 2, and Medal of Honor: Airborne were all updated at the same time as the games in the Origin Bundle (As you also get Steam keys upon purchase.)

It could be conjecture on the part of the internet, but those are likely at least some of the games that unlock halfway through the 2 week period (And they are are only the Steam games, there could be one or two Origin exclusives like in the base bundle.)
Posted 12:24pm on Mon 19 August 2013
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Also, kind of felt bad not linking to where I got the info, so here: http://i.imgur.com/dHgtwGC.png
Posted 5:55pm on Mon 19 August 2013
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This bundle has been fantastic. So far I have bought one for myself and three for friends/family.
Posted 9:41am on Tue 20 August 2013
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I bought this bundle, even despite Origin.
Posted 9:54am on Tue 20 August 2013
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I skipped, the only game I haven't got that I wouldn't mind is Dead Space 3, and my system CAN run it, but seeing as I've got 1 and 2 on the 360 already I'll be quite happy to pick it up later on when the price of most 360 games drop to 'retro' prices.

The charities should get megabucks from this which is a great thing, if Mercy in Action had been one of them I'd have snapped the bundle up Smile
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