Ubisoft are currently holding a huge sale for a large number of games on the Humble Bundle Store. There are a range of titles available with discounts reaching up to 75%. Humble Bundle hasn’t provided a time-frame for the sale so if anything catches your eye, better grab it as soon as possible.
With so many great choices, it’s often hard to settle on an option so as to ease that process here’s a couple of games that any gamer would be proud to have in their library:
Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag
The Assassin’s Creed franchise as been one of Ubisoft’s flagship series for years now and among its ranks, the game often held as the best of them by many is Black Flag. Following the tale of the Pirate/Assassin, Edward Kenway, the game offers players a beautiful world to explore along with some extremely enjoyable naval combat and the refinement of tired and true Assassin’s Creed mechanics. The arguable best or at the very least, most fun, game in the franchise, Black Flag is must play for any fan and a great gateway to the rest of series.
South Park: The Stick of Truth
Based on the hit television series, South Park: The Stick of Truth perfectly captures the essence of its show, providing a experience that will undoubtedly please fans of the television show while also providing a great game for those who have never seen a single episode of South Park. Its Mario & Luigi-esque battle system adds a bit of real-time flair to the turn-based proceedings and the game’s sharp writing and insane story provide an adventure quite unlike any other RPG out there. So if you’re a fan of absurdist comedy and great RPGs, then South Park: The Sick of Truth is the game for you.
A brilliant and beautiful platformer from the talented Michel Ancel, Rayman Legends is ready to provide a fantastically good time for all who wish to take it on. Fun, challenging and a sight to behold, Legends proves itself as one of the best in its genre and with the ability to let your friends in on the action, it delivers a great multiplayer experience as well. Any platforming fan owes it to themselves to check this one out.