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The Humble Bundle gets regular with weekly sales

The popular digital video-game sale service is kicking off its Humble Weekly Sale with a "pay-what-you-want" deal for Bastion.

The popular digital video-game sale service is kicking off its Humble Weekly Sale with a "pay-what-you-want" deal for Bastion.

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The much-loved Humble Bundle has been selling bundled lots of video games (and also music and ebooks) since 2010, and the service is now starting a weekly version of its popular digital-download sales.

The Humble Weekly Sale will run the same way as a regular Humble Bundle, just as a weekly event. It'll be a pay what you want system, with a payment above the average amount unlocking extra products and the purchaser still able to split the amount paid between the game developers, the nominated charities, and the Humble team themselves.

The first Humble Weekly Sale is for Bastion, the lauded action RPG title from Supergiant Games. Currently, a payment over US$2.64 will get you the game, the soundtrack, iPhone and Android ringtones, a digital art pack and even the sheet music from the game.

If you pay over US$25, you'll even get physical merchandise, including a Bastion bandana, physical CD and more, all with worldwide shipping.

You can sign up to be notified of the next Weekly Sale or just check in back at the site. The next sale goes live at 5am (AEDST) on 27 March.