Humble Bundle is currently offering up 12 different Sonic the Hedgehog games, plus all of their DLC, for as little as $10. Best of all, some of that money goes straight to charity.
Some video game franchises are linear and can be played the same way a person might binge-watch a TV series. Never played the Batman Arkham series before? No problem. Simply pick up the games and play them in the order they were intended to be played. When a franchise has been around for almost 30 years, things can get a little more complicated.
We're talking about Sonic. While gamers who have never played Sonic before (where have you been?) can start from Sonic 1 on Sega Genesis and play through to Sonic Mania, that will either require you to miss out on a lot of chapters or play a lot of terrible games. Simply put, there are a lot of Sonic games out there - probably more than you are ever going to play if you haven't been keeping up for the past three decades.
If you are hankering for some Sonic action, whether you have played the games or not, Humble Bundle is currently offering up some Sonic deals that cannot be passed up. For as little as $1, gamers can buy Sonic 3 and Sonic & Knuckles, Sonic CD, Sonic 4: Episode 1, Sonic Adventure 2 with DLC, and Sonic Adventure DX.
Yes, we did say you can get all of those games for as little as $1. The way Humble Bundle works is customers pay what they like. A portion of the money will go to charity, so it is suggested you pay more. Plus, in this case, those who do pay more will get even more Sonic games. Pay more than the average ($6.05) and you'll also get Sonic 4: Episode 2, Sonic Generations with DLC, Sonic Lost World, and Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing.
If that still isn't enough Sonic for you, then there is a third and final tier which includes even more and still won't require customers to break the bank. Fork over $10 or more and Sonic Mania with DLC, and Sonic Forces will be thrown in too. Honestly, we would recommend paying more than the suggested $10. In some cases, the customer can even decide how much of their money goes to charity, so all that Sonic will be for a good cause.
Source: Humble Bundle