Safe in Our World 1st Anniversary Charity Bundle

1 Tier, 7 Items

22 Oct 2020 - ?


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  USD EUR GBP CAD AUD RUB JPY
Tier 1 4.99 5.09 4.65 6.59 7.75 460 580
in USD* $4.99 $6.03 $6.07 $5.02 $5.49 $5.96 $5.53

* Converted to USD using 2020-10-21 exchange rates (the lowest converted prices are bolded)


Please note: The Safe in Our World 1st Anniversary Charity Bundle is a charity purchase and qualifies as a charitable donation. All proceeds go to the charity. Please bear in mind that we cannot refund donations without permission of the charity.


4.99 USD | 5.09 EUR | 4.65 GBP | 6.59 CAD | 7.75 AUD | 460 RUB | 580 JPY

Game Ratings Cards Cheevos Details Platforms Bundled Retail Price
GRIS 96% of 29227 - 🏆 2.55 CV app/683320 W M 1 $16.99
AVICII Invector 97% of 775 ❤ 🏆 3.00 CV app/986800 W 0 $19.99
RiME 90% of 2576 ❤ 🏆 4.50 CV app/493200 W 4 $29.99
The Town of Light 79% of 1224 ❤ 🏆 2.85 CV app/433100 W 5 $18.99
Fractured Minds 87% of 119 - 🏆 0.30 CV app/688740 W M 0 $1.99
Meadow 89% of 4358 ❤ 🏆 0.00 CV ☠ app/486310 W M L 1 $4.99
Dear Esther: Landmark Edition 78% of 1025 - 🏆 1.50 CV app/520720 W M 2 $9.99

☠ - Game was free at some time and does not grant any CV if given away.

Retail:

  • $102.93

CV:

  • 14.69

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How Safe is your wallet?

View Results
[Buy - charity] I would like to reach The Town of Light by doing a charitable act.
[Buy - games] Baed on the content, this puchase might prove to be one of the best of this tRiMEster.
[Have] Dear Fanatical, unfortunatley I already own these titles.
[Skip] I am not a charitable person / I don't find these games interesting enough to warrant a purchase.

Cheers for another chart Lilly. I just don't know where you find the time to do all this. Nice bundle if you do not own most of the games.

1 month ago
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Already own 4/7 but still tempted to get it for the rest... will have to think about it :) (and it's for charity, so you can't really waste your money!)

1 month ago
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great games, but i already own 3 of them

1 month ago
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Honestly, $5 seems to be way too much for AVICII Invector without its DLC's

1 month ago
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Then it's good you get 6 other games on top of it 😋
Afterall it's seems to be by no means the frontrunner in this bundle. There's at least 3 more decent games in there.

1 month ago
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Almost them all were bundled before with cheaper unitary prices considering the prices of the bundle... This lowers the cost benefit of the whole bundle. Also the decent games can be the best games available in Steam, still, it won't worth much if everyone already have that title. You can't split, you can't share, you can't sell, you can't trade because everyone already have that title. So, AVICII Invector is pretty much the frontrunner for the average SteamGifts/bundle buyer user...

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No offense but this is pretty much the reason my console buddies look down upon us Steam peasants with our Jim Sterling shovelware games.

Just take GRIS for example: That game has been bundled a single time and that was in a Humble Choice bundle.

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None taken! Bundles is an awesome thing for developers, gamers and almost everyone envolved. Bundles sell games to people that they may never play and sells repeats to people they will throw games away, puts "hidden" games on evidence and sells them at a very reasonable price, affordable for anyone. Besides, almost everyone has a PC in home/work, so even if you never run the title on your rig, you still can have it. Some of them will be shovelware? Of course, but we all know we often find some good games lurking in these shovelware garbage...
The only reason they don't do this in consoles is that consoles gamers buy anything at any price, just like apple users. They even brag about paying like $60 in a 2013 mario title which is kinda sad in our point of view. They buy new consoles with no retro compatibility at all, have to buy a new console to play a remastered title, need to buy some very expensive peripherals to end up using aim assist... I'm VERY glad I did abandon this console gamer life. When console gamers bring their "benefits" of being console users I just agree with whatever they say and feel sorry for living such limited gaming life like I did in the past. :P

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consoles gamers buy anything at any price

True, but on the other hand do you think buying at 95% off 6 years later after the base price has been cut by half would finance any of the AAA games we like to play?

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I still prefer having more than 2 genres though namely:

  • Action RPGs
  • Shooters

Where most console games tend to fall into either of the two.

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or yearly sport games

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Oh yeah, I completely forgot about those 😅

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Yup. Otherwise, free games like Warframe, Fortnite, Team Fortress, etc wouldn't exist at all. If you consider only paid games, bundles and sales wouldn't exist at all. PC developers can't have the luxury to sell 1 for $60 instead of 3 for $20 or 6 for $10. They need reviews, they need player base, they need to explore everything PC gaming community has to offer. Otherwise, they will end up like Fallout 76, Red Dead Online (first one), Anthem, recent Diablo titles... Also PC gamers aren't attached with their hardware. You can't milk one title forever. If the new title is bad, they just go back to the old one with the same player base... No need to change their hardware to old one like console players.

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Well, if you truely believe that, that's absolutely fine but it seems odd that all 3 examples you listed are Free2Play games that finance themselves heavily through micro-transactions.

I personally don't think we'd have anything even remotely close to resembling AC Valhalla, Humankind, Ghost of Tsushima or The Outer Worlds if everybody was just buying at 95% off ½ base price.
Let's just leave it at that.

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The use of the word "heavily" in this context is a bit weird because "free to play" isn't suppose to be "charity". You will find things to buy, which most players don't care at all if they aren't required to play. Because... you know... "free to play". Still, they get the income needed because they offer enough content to let players spend money on cosmetics (which some players really see that cosmetics is the differential in the game). The titles you've said isn't anything remotely close to the titles I've said just because they will never be anywhere close. That's probably why the majority won't get there til 95% off (or maybe a paid to free to play model like PES did).

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Yeah, and that's why F2P games are from my vantage point irrelevant regarding the question I asked you.

But if you're gonna list F2P games you forgot Genshin Impact which in my opinion resembles AAA games more closely than those three you mentioned.

I know the concept of robbing 5% of your playerbase blind so the other 95% can enjoy free content quite well. Afterall I've played GTA Online for quite a bit.


Edit: You do have one valid point though: When I said heavily I actually ment aggressively. My bad.

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They buy new consoles with no retro compatibility at all

Backwards compatible consoles seem to be a thing these days.

Not that I disagree with your overall very much correct summary. Especially incomprehensible:

brag about paying like $60 in a 2013 mario title

It empowers the particularly delusional PC publishers to re-release barely-modified ancient titles as if they were brand new developments. There's a giant disconnect between the effort expended on something vs the price (some) publishers ask for it.

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Great games, well worth the price for charity and they make great gifts for friends if you already own them

1 month ago
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100% agree with you Fluffy. Well worth it even if you own every game.

1 month ago
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AVICII Invector

I wasn't aware AVICII was involved in a game. Or is this like unofficial and he wasn't aware neither?😅
It's hard to tell because it's the only game by that dev.

Well, I suppose those sort of worries are behind him now.
Rest in piece, buddy. Rest in piece!

1 month ago
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Try to watch the third video on the Steam store page: AVICII worked with developers until his death, father and so continued collaboration until it was finished.

1 month ago
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Good to know 😅
I didn't mean to suggest there was something shady at play here it's just hard to tell when a developer doesn't have a track record.

1 month ago
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If it's for charity and qualifies as a charitable donation, how come Europeans still pay more? They can't excuse themselves with VAT any longer, can they?

1 month ago
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You gotta donate more ;)

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This is unusually good for Fanatical.

Unfortunately, or luckily, I already have the parts I'm interested into and the rest are just not so much up my alley that paying minimum makes sense to me.

If you don't have GRIS, OTOH, seems like a very good chance to grab it.

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I know GRIS, but this OTOH game you mention, I don't seem to... there is RiME, TToL, and DE:LE, but OTOH? Maybe you made a mista--

Oh....

Er.... Ok, hopefully no one realized my.... huh.... just.... hey, look there!

Cheers!

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1 month ago
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Nice! Two of these are on my wishlist. At least three others seem interesting too :)

1 month ago
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keeping RiME, will give the others away at some point. five bucks for charity is a pittance so might as well.

1 month ago
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only one wish listed game (Gris) and my money is very very tight at the moment - no idea if i will even have a job in a month or two - so pass from me but good bundle all the same

1 month ago
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Dang, Fanatical has been impressing me with their bundles lately. Don't mind if I do!

1 month ago
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GRIS alone makes the bundle worth (unless you're one who already got it through Humble Choice, of course).

1 month ago
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That [Skip] option really played with my conscience.

1 month ago
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Hope ill get Avicii Invector in a split :)

1 month ago
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I'm a little curious about Fractured Minds and AVICII Invector but the latter doesn't come with DLC and I already own the rest. If you don't this is a really good bundle.

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