This Month’s Humble Bundle Gives You Spyro Reignited Trilogy, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy and Call of Duty: WWII for Just $12


A new Humble Bundle is now live and it's perhaps one of the best curated monthly bundles we've seen yet from Humble Bundle.

By subscribing for $12 monthly, you're getting Spyro Reignited Trilogy, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy and Call of Duty: WWII, for an estimated value of about $140.

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Most importantly, all of these Activision games are really great as certified by our own reviewers. Below we've added excerpts from the respective reviews, as well as the official launch trailers.

The Spyro Reignited Trilogy is the best way players have to experience the first three entries in the Spyro the Dragon series. The remasters are extremely faithful to the originals, with a couple of additions and smoother controls that make all three games a joy to play. Sadly, some technical issues prevent the Trilogy from being the best remaster ever released, but it's definitely close to it.

What else can I say? It looks great, it sounds great and plays great, when you’re not getting ready to throw your controller in frustration from falling off that bridge one last time. All in all, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is one of the best remasters I’ve played in a long while and is a must play for anyone that wants to take a trip back to their childhood.

When anything and everything isn't actively trying to kill you, being able to replay Crash Bandicoot's first three adventures is a nostalgic trip to when platformers were first exploring the possibilities of 3D and none were more experimental than the Bandicoot himself.

Call of Duty WWII doesn't have 'quite enough' campaign moments to really leave you feeling like a war hero when it's finished, just like there's 'not quite enough' multiplayer content with the map count at a series low. What you do get in the box though is a fantastic return to form for Call of Duty with a solid multiplayer that will hopefully grow and evolve in future map pack updates.