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mysticwolf said:
yo_john117 said:
Wow that is an absolutely incredible deal. I'm tempted to do it just to get the Sims 3 (which my computer should actually be able to run!) The rest of the games wouldn't work on my computer though.

I hope this humble bundle thing catches on and moves to consoles as well.

That's the funniest thing I've heard today! You can hope, but it will never happen.

I know, I know >_<



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Finally let me redeem my codes! Downloading BF3 now! It will be interesting to see how different it is with up to 64 players



 Been away for a bit, but sneaking back in.

Gaming on: PS4, PC, 3DS. Got a Switch! Mainly to play Smash

I'm planning on buying this bundle even though I don't currently have a Windows machine that can run these games.

Some advice please: This will be my first Humble Bundle, and my first purchase on Origin. Is it best to redeem my codes immediately after purchase, or is it safe to wait until I'll actually be able to play the games?

I have no plan currently to buy a computer that could run these games, so they could easily be sitting in my account unplayed a year from now (or maybe even longer).



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This isnt the first humble bundle EA has done.



ramuji said:
I'm planning on buying this bundle even though I don't currently have a Windows machine that can run these games.

Some advice please: This will be my first Humble Bundle, and my first purchase on Origin. Is it best to redeem my codes immediately after purchase, or is it safe to wait until I'll actually be able to play the games?

I have no plan currently to buy a computer that could run these games, so they could easily be sitting in my account unplayed a year from now (or maybe even longer).

My codes from the first humble bundle are still there (2.5 years ago) so they are safe to store as long as you like.



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That is PR 101.

Too little, too late, if you ask me.



i got the codes, how do you redeem the games?



S.T.A.G.E. said:
i got the codes, how do you redeem the games?


No clue for Origin but for Steam

1: On Steam Browser go to the small Games tab on the top

2: Click Activate Product on Steam

3: go through all the BS and input code into the open part and thats it.



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Blacksaber said:
S.T.A.G.E. said:
i got the codes, how do you redeem the games?


No clue for Origin but for Steam

1: On Steam Browser go to the small Games tab on the top

2: Click Activate Product on Steam

3: go through all the BS and input code into the open part and thats it.


Got it. Thanks!



Nem said:
That is PR 101.

Too little, too late, if you ask me.


I personally cannot understand the major business ethics of EA but they're holding some of my favorite companies hostage (Bioware, Dice and Visceral). I like this because its a charity and secondly because its giving us a lot. These are games EA has definitely already profited off of and can afford to give away anyway.

I just got Battlefield, Dead Space, Mirrors Edge, Crysis 2, Dead Space 3 for much less than I could've paid on consoles, even at Gamestop. These are definitely around $200 worth of games.

My laptop is definitely far stronger than any of my current gen consoles.