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Humble Bundle: Premier VR: 4 Game Bundle w/ Doom VFR + Arizona Sunshine EXPIRED

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Humble Bundle is offering their Premier Virtual Reality Bundles (PC Digital Download) on sale from $10 (depending on the selected tier bundle).

Thanks to Community Member spideyrider for sharing this deal.

Bundle Options:
  • Pay $10 to Get:
    • Arizona Sunshine
    • Doom VFR
    • Cave Digger 2: Dig Harder
    • Bean Stalker
  • Pay $25 to Get:
    • Arizona Sunshine
    • Doom VFR
    • Cave Digger 2: Dig Harder
    • Bean Stalker
    • After the Fall: Launch Edition
    • Cosmonious High
    • Vox Machine

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  • About this deal:
    • Minimum of $10 is needed to purchase the 4-Game Bundle; normally, the total cost for the games included in the bundle as as much as $189
  • About this product:
    • All of the titles in these Bundles are available on Steam
    • This Bundle supports Starlight Children's Foundation
      • Starlight Children's Foundation delivers happiness to seriously ill children and their families. Since 1982, Starlight's ground-breaking and innovative programs, like Starlight Virtual Reality, Starlight Hospital Wear, and Starlight Gaming, have positively impacted 21 million kids at more than 800 children's hospitals across the U.S. To learn more, visit www.starlight.org.
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The Humble store [humblebundle.com] is offering a new, "Premiere VR" game bundle. Up to (7) games, Up to a $189 Value.

NOTE: These are PCVR games and will not play on standalone headsets like the Quest / Quest 2 / Quest Pro unless you run the game on a capable gaming PC and use a Link, AirLink, Virtual Desktop, or some other streaming app.

Pay at least $10 for these 4 items:
  • Arizona Sunshine
  • DOOM VFR
  • Cave Digger 2: Dig Harder
  • Bean Stalker

Pay at least $25 for these 7 items:
  • After the Fall - Launch Edition
  • Cosmonious High
  • Vox Machinae
  • Arizona Sunshine
  • DOOM VFR
  • Cave Digger 2: Dig Harder
  • Bean Stalker

Details from the bundle page:
"Delve into some of the best game experiences virtual reality has to offer with this bundle of acclaimed VR hits and player favorites!
Team up and survive an ice-cold world filled with ferocious undead in After the Fall.
Experience the fast, brutal, iconic FPS gameplay of the DOOM series in DOOM VFR.
Save your alien high school from cosmic chaos in the vibrant Cosmonious High, and more, and choose how much of your purchase helps us support Starlight Children's Foundation below!"
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Hard to say if it's worth it at $25.

After The Fall is probably the biggest title for this bundle, though I have to admit I haven't played it myself. I'm not big into online multiplayer. From the makers of AZ Sunshine but apparently with more of a co-op slant. According to gg.deals, the all-time low for After The Fall is $20 so I guess if you were interested in that title, it's almost worth it.

Vox Machinae is probably the #2 title in this bundle, having gotten some good reviews on YT if I am not mistaken (might have been reviews for the Quest version, but still...). If you're into mechs, this one had a cool vibe going on. I played it maybe 2 hours on Viveport Infinity and enjoyed it. The early dialog was a little campy for my tastes, but honestly I think it's worth checking out.

Bean Stalker is an interesting one - it was just on sale for $1.80 on GMG just recently and can be found on key sites for around that, so it's not that expensive, but it's got interesting game play if you're into crafting and climbing. It's a weird combo that sorta works.

You said you already have AZ Sunshine but for anyone else, I personally think it has aged just fine for a relatively old VR title. It's great fun in 2 player co-op (I played along with my kid) and since it has teleport motion, it works great for newer players who don't have their VR legs yet. It should be in everyone's library IMHO.

I have no experience with Cosmonious High and Cave Digger 2: Dig Harder. The latter sounds like something out of the Leisure Suit Larry line, but no. laugh out loud
Thanks. There's another VR Humble Bundle for $12 too.

https://www.humblebundle.com/game...agers-pack
argh, wish there are more deals like this for teh quest coz I have a potato computer
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Thanks. There's another VR Humble Bundle for $12 too.

https://www.humblebundle.com/game...agers-pack
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Thanks. There's another VR Humble Bundle for $12 too.

https://www.humblebundle.com/game...agers-pack
Both solid deals including big titles. Loved After the Fall, it's def got Left 4 Dead vibes but it's no left for dead.
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argh, wish there are more deals like this for teh quest coz I have a potato computer
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Worth it if you already have Arizona and Doom?
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12-02-2022 at 04:23 PM.
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Worth it if you already have Arizona and Doom?
Hard to say if it's worth it at $25.

After The Fall is probably the biggest title for this bundle, though I have to admit I haven't played it myself. I'm not big into online multiplayer. From the makers of AZ Sunshine but apparently with more of a co-op slant. According to gg.deals, the all-time low for After The Fall is $20 so I guess if you were interested in that title, it's almost worth it.

Vox Machinae is probably the #2 title in this bundle, having gotten some good reviews on YT if I am not mistaken (might have been reviews for the Quest version, but still...). If you're into mechs, this one had a cool vibe going on. I played it maybe 2 hours on Viveport Infinity and enjoyed it. The early dialog was a little campy for my tastes, but honestly I think it's worth checking out.

Bean Stalker is an interesting one - it was just on sale for $1.80 on GMG just recently and can be found on key sites for around that, so it's not that expensive, but it's got interesting game play if you're into crafting and climbing. It's a weird combo that sorta works.

You said you already have AZ Sunshine but for anyone else, I personally think it has aged just fine for a relatively old VR title. It's great fun in 2 player co-op (I played along with my kid) and since it has teleport motion, it works great for newer players who don't have their VR legs yet. It should be in everyone's library IMHO.

I have no experience with Cosmonious High and Cave Digger 2: Dig Harder. The latter sounds like something out of the Leisure Suit Larry line, but no. laugh out loud
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argh, wish there are more deals like this for teh quest coz I have a potato computer

I am not affiliated with them, but keep an eye on Fanatical - they sometimes do decent bundles with Quest titles. For example last year around this time they had a $15 that included Accounting+, Death Lap, Gadgeteer, Ghost Giant, Gloomy Eyes, SculptrVR, Skyworld: Kingdom Brawl, Zombieland: Headshot Fever, and a coupon for 60% off Zero Caliber: Reloaded. Are they all top-tier? No, but they were good ones to put in the library.
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Hard to say if it's worth it at $25.

After The Fall is probably the biggest title for this bundle, though I have to admit I haven't played it myself. I'm not big into online multiplayer. From the makers of AZ Sunshine but apparently with more of a co-op slant. According to gg.deals, the all-time low for After The Fall is $20 so I guess if you were interested in that title, it's almost worth it.

Vox Machinae is probably the #2 title in this bundle, having gotten some good reviews on YT if I am not mistaken (might have been reviews for the Quest version, but still...). If you're into mechs, this one had a cool vibe going on. I played it maybe 2 hours on Viveport Infinity and enjoyed it. The early dialog was a little campy for my tastes, but honestly I think it's worth checking out.

Bean Stalker is an interesting one - it was just on sale for $1.80 on GMG just recently and can be found on key sites for around that, so it's not that expensive, but it's got interesting game play if you're into crafting and climbing. It's a weird combo that sorta works.

You said you already have AZ Sunshine but for anyone else, I personally think it has aged just fine for a relatively old VR title. It's great fun in 2 player co-op (I played along with my kid) and since it has teleport motion, it works great for newer players who don't have their VR legs yet. It should be in everyone's library IMHO.

I have no experience with Cosmonious High and Cave Digger 2: Dig Harder. The latter sounds like something out of the Leisure Suit Larry line, but no. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...s/emot-LOL.gif
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Just ordered a Quest 2 the other day for my son for Christmas. I know nothing about any VR games. Can anyone talk about the quality of these games and which bundle is the best deal? Assuming they're all compatible with the Quest 2?

Also, any other places I should look for good deals on these type of games?

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Just ordered a Quest 2 the other day for my son for Christmas. I know nothing about any VR games. Can anyone talk about the quality of these games and which bundle is the best deal? Assuming they're all compatible with the Quest 2?

Also, any other places I should look for good deals on these type of games?

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These require a computer to run. You wouldn't be able to run them directly from the quest 2 headset
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Shadow pc is an option for crappy pc users like me.
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These require a computer to run. You wouldn't be able to run them directly from the quest 2 headset
How powerful of a computer do these require?
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How powerful of a computer do these require?
You would need a gaming computer (rtx 2060 or better)
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How powerful of a computer do these require?
I run the ones I have played like After the Fall great from a 2 year old laptop with 2070 graphics.
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