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Square Enix's new Humble Bundle

Pay what you want for Hitman: Absolution, Supreme Commander 2 and Hitman GO for Android.

That may not be the most impressive lineup by itself, but pay above the average - currently just $5.92 (about £4) - to get Thief, Murdered: Soul Suspect and Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut.

Bump it up to $15 and you'll also get Tomb Raider and Sleeping Dogs.

More games will be added to the bundle next week and those will come complementary to those who've already donated.

Just like Humble Bundles, you choose where the proceeds go between of publisher, Humble Bundle organisers and charity (in such cases GamesAid and Make-A-Wish).

The new Humble Square Enix Bundle will be available until Tuesday, 3rd March at 7pm GMT.

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Game of Thrones: Episode 3 is due this week

Game of Thrones: Episode 3, The Sword in the Darkness, arrives in the week on PC, Mac, PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, iOS and Android, developer Telltale has announced.

PC, Mac, and American PlayStation users will get it tomorrow.

Xbox and European PlayStation players will get it the following day on the 25th.

And finally, iOS and Android users will receive it on Thursday, 26th March.

Telltale's six-part series runs parallel to the HBO adaptation of George R.R. Martin's grizzly fantasy series. It follows the trials and tribulations of House Forrester, a household once sworn to the Starks until that bad thing happened in season three. You know what I'm referring to.

Here's a trailer teasing what sorts of things Episode 3 is going to be about. Warning: It may contain spoilers for previous episodes.

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Warhammer 40K: Regicide is Battle Chess with Chainswords

Warhammer 40,000: Regicide includes a variety of battlefields based on the lore of Games Workshop's tabletop universe, as well as chess pieces re-imagined as Space Marines and Orks.

You can play Regicide using traditional chess rules, or spice things up with Regicide mode, which adds two phases of combat to the game, as well as the ability to open fire on enemies and use psychic powers.

Regicide is a PC, tablet and mobile game where one unified account means you can play multiplayer cross-platform. There's a story mode, too, although we don't know how this works yet. The developer is Hammerfall Publishing, which is based in Sydney, Australia.

It's hard to know how this one will turn out. Recently-released games based on Warhammer 40K have hardly set the world on fire, and Warhammer rights holder Games Workshop seems keen to license out its crown jewels to anyone and everyone at the moment. But the Regicide gameplay video shows promise. One to watch.

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