The Humble bundle Rockstar Sale is Now On

The Humble bundle Rockstar Sale is Now On

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The Humble bundle Rockstar Sale is Now On


Can you afford to buy GTA V on PC at launch? Well if not the Humble Store is having a big Rockstar Sale this weekend, offering up to 80% of most of Rockstar's older titles.

Simply put a lot of these deals are fantastic, you can buy some of Rockstars classics for bargain prices like Bully for £1.99, LA Noire for £3.99 and the GTA complete Package for £6.99 (does not include GTA V). While these prices are very similar to that of previous steam sales, remember that 10% of the Humble Store's proceeds goes to charity, and not Valve. 


The Humble bundle Rockstar Sale is Now On  

If any of you want to catch up on some of Rockstar's backcatalogue, or simply want to have some of those mad games of GTA without a hefty price tag, now is your chance. 


You can join the discussion on the Humble Rockstar Sale on the OC3D forums.


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Most Recent Comments

11-04-2015, 07:42:09

Ok, looks like a sweet deal, but out of these games then I have only played Vice city when it was released.

Out of the rest then how good are they? Anyone?Quote

11-04-2015, 07:48:05

I pre ordered mine from Amazon for £34. £5 cheaper than Steam and I get physical media (collect it).

The Governour.

San Andreas is probably my fave. I preferred the characters in Vice City but it's pretty primitive now. I wasn't a fan of GTAIV at all.Quote

11-04-2015, 08:00:32

Dark NighT
I love gta 4, it was such good fun on multiplayer lan, for the price its really worth it imo.Quote

11-04-2015, 08:14:51

Yeah, GTA IV was pretty cool imho, but San Andreas was better. As said, for the price you can't go wrong. Be sure to include Episodes From Liberty City in your purchase. The three storylines flow together really, really well and you get to play one mission from 3 different perspectives. It's awesome Quote

11-04-2015, 22:04:39

san andreas is great, and Iv is also good.
I would buy the complete pack, but i bought it a while ago on a steam sale.. Dont think i would be upset paying £7 for it to be honest and comes with the liberty city storys as well. so it is a bit of a bargain
"i think it was a bit less on steam when i bought it. but i would have definitely paid £7 for it"

one note of warning though.
I did have to set my monitor to 800x600 (or something like that) so i could start the games for the 1st time, then i went straight in to options and changed the game resolution to 1080p "what i game at" saved then exited. then simply changed desktop resolution back to 1080p..
Never had a problem again.

As i already have the pack i think i may just buy "bully" which for some reason i THINK i heard good things about in the past.
L.A noir is just a bit off pace for me to enjoy but i may pick it up for the library.Quote

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