The Humble Bundle team are again collaborating with Capcom and the results of their charitable labour this time is the Humble Capcom Rising Bundle. If you hadn't already guessed from the bundle name, this triple tiered collection of PC games includes lashings of Dead Rising fun. Among the tiers you will also find games such as Strider, Devil May Cry, and several Resident Evil escapades.
The Pay $1 or more entry level tier includes no Dead Rising games. However, for this miserly sum you can snag three attractive titles in the shape of Strider (an iconic side scrolling action game), Umbrella Corps (a fast-paced third-person shooter set in the Resident Evil universe), and DmC: Devil May Cry (an action and adventure game with compelling characters and narrative).
At the time of writing the 'beat the average' tier costs $7.30 or more (about £5.65). This tier adds five more games including the following; Umbrella Corps Deluxe Edition Upgrade, Dead Rising 2: Off the record, Resident Evil HD Remaster, Resident Evil 0 HD Remaster, and Resident Evil 6. That's quite an appealing brew of Resident Evil games plus a taste of the Dead Rising 2 experience. Bonuses for those who beat the average price are coupon-based discounts on the following games; Resident Evil 7 (40 per cent off), Dead Rising 4 (half price), and Street Fighter V (half price).
Last but not least, you can opt to pay $12 or more (about £9.29) for the bundle's crown jewels; Read Rising 2, and Dead Rising 3: Apocalypse Edition. The whole bundle would usually cost $229, say the Humble Bundlers.
Let's not forget that these bundles can provide a good chunk of cash for charities. This time around buyers can split their payment between the publisher, WaterAid, GamesAid, Child's Play, and even another charity of your choice via the PayPal Giving Fund. There is also the option to divert some of the payment towards the Humble Bundle tip jar.