£50 50-game bundle launched to support GamesAid

Green Man Gaming has announced a new 50-game bundle for £50 in collaboration with charity organisation GamesAid. 18 major publishers are backing the program to raise money, with 100 per cent of the proceeds heading straight to GamesAid.

The bundle includes titles ranging from the world of indie devs, like the Flame and the Flood and Bomber Crew, through to major triple-A releases from the past decade or so – anything from Batman: Arkham Asylum and Rage, to Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.

RRP in the case of bundles is often exaggerated, because most of the games in them are already available at a reduced price – and that’s the case here. But 1) it still works out cheaper than buying all of them individually; and b) it’s for charity, so let’s not argue the specifics.

“We’re very happy to be working together with our publisher partners to support GamesAid, a great charity that’s always been at the forefront of getting the gaming industry to get out and raise money for great causes,” said Paul Sulyok, CEO and founder of Green Man Gaming, “This new charity bundle is our first collaboration with GamesAid with more to come in the near future so watch this space.”

Publishers lending their titles to the bundle include Konami, Warner Bros, Team17, Curve Digital, 505 Games, and Paradox Interactive. You can find more details over on the GMG/GamesAid site.

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