THQ Humble Bundle Crosses $2 Million Sales In Less Than A Day

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HumbleBundle.com is currently offering a fantastic THQ games bundle for the PC which includes seven of their game titles. You can bid your own price for each, where the price starts from a mere $1.

Sales for the bundle has crossed $2 million in less than a day from over 400,000 people and the offer is still valid for another 12 days. You can get the whole bundle for a minimum of $5.70 and includes the following games:

– Darksiders
– Saints Row The Third
– Metro 2033
– Red Faction Armageddon
– Company of Heroes
– Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts
– Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor

The games will also include five game soundtracks, making the whole bundle worth around $190 which you can get for a mere $5.70.

During checkout you have the option of deciding how to allocate the money between THQ, HumbleBundle itself and Child’s Play/American Red Cross charities. Jason Rubin, president of THQ is the top contributor so far and he tweeted about allocating all his payment to go to the charities.

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