Humble Bundle has partnered with THQ to offer AAA-titles at a pay-what-you-want price, as well as the option to help a charity.
The titles included in the Humble Bundle are Company of Heroes and its two expansions, Metro 2033, Darksiders and Red Faction: Armageddon, all of which can be bought for as little as $1.
The games must be purchased through Steam, and those who pay above the average price will receive a free copy of Saints Row: The Third.
There is also the option to send your payment over to charities such as Child's Play.
Where previous Humble Bundle's included indie, DRM-free and multiplatform titles, in this instance it has shifted to focusing on one publisher and one platform.
In a statement to The Verge, Humble Bundle's John Graham, has noted that this change will not take away from the overall goal.
We are hopefully going to raise a huge amount of money for charity and expose a ton of new customers to the Humble Bundle model...this promotion will help us continue to do so. We are humbly hopeful that our customers will see this as a good thing instead of a permanent departure from what we have done and will continue to do."