Category: Humble Monthly

Humble Choice: December 2020

Disappointing. Perhaps disappointing for any month — but particularly disappointing for the month of Christmas. It isn’t that there isn’t anything at all in here worth the price of admission. Just… The rational value...

Humble Choice: October 2020

The last two months have had it such that classic and top tier subscribers for ‘this month only’ received all twelve titles rather than having to select ten or nine respectively. So who knows...

Humble Choice: September 2020

It really is a matter of perspective, these bundles. Well- I guess most things are. But these bundles in particular. Or even if not, they’re what we’re focusing on right now. Magi quites like...

Humble Choice: August 2020

Hmmmm. August 2020’s bundle is… Not great. If not for the top two picks (for me) of Vampyr and Wargroove there is no doubt I would have paused this month. But that’s jumping ahead...

Humble Choice: June 2020

‘Eh’. That’s my summary of this month’s humble choice. You’re welcome. Oh alright. I guess I can muster a few more words on the matter and some semblance of a list. There are a...

Humble Choice: May 2020

Alright, so I’m a little late on this one. The new choices came out a couple of days ago now but dangit I really wanted to get the top five most/least viewed posts out...

Humble Choice: April 2020

Nothing as exciting as the news around the time of last month’s Humble Choice where I got myself a new(ish) Electric Vehicle. If anything the timing has turned out to be rather amusing given...

Humble Choice: March 2020

Before jumping into the meat and potatoes of the Humble Choice post for this month, a confirmation! Just the other day, I noted that I was very likely to be the owner of a...

Humble Choice: February 2020

The February 2020 Humble Choice pack is here, and it looks really strong for the top few picks. Possibly a little too strong as the big two are ones I, and possibly you, already...

Humble Choice: January 2020

After perhaps a bit of a disappointing start for Choice with December’s lacklustre line-up, January looks to kick the year off in much better style. Not only that, but even for us on the...