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Canama wrote

It wasn't all video games, though it mostly was. There were also tabletop game books, resources for game makers, books about video games (e.g. Okay, Hero, a collection of retrospective essays about the Metal Gear Solid series), and some other stuff. Just a grab bag of the stuff you can find on itch.

Of the games, you had everything from extremely-polished titles that got attention in the gaming press to small, rough, experimental ones that had probably never sold a single copy before being included in the bundle and probably won't ever sell another one again (this isn't meant to be a knock against them; those titles have artistic value. It just is what it is in terms of commercial viability).

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ProfessionalSlacker OP wrote

These are all indie games and a lot of them are very short, so I was planning on doing multiple quick fire reviews over the span of longer videos. For instance, I was gonna start with something like a 40 minute video that reviews all the games that were released in January 2020, and sorta go from there.

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ProfessionalSlacker OP wrote

It was 5 dollars as a base price but you could add more. It was on itch.io and the money went to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund and Community Bail Fund. The bundle is no longer available, but I figure reviews would be good to help the people who bought it sort through the games, and people who didn't buy the bundle could find games from cool indie devs they otherwise wouldn't have known.

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