That’s normal bundle design.
I’m sure all the games in the the GoGoBundle Limited 85, taken at their historical lows, totals higher than $0.99. That doesn’t mean everyone should rush out and buy the Limited 85 bundle, though.
When it comes to what I already own and how little of the Jingle Jam bundle actually interests me, the personal value I’d put on the current 15 days of revealed games is around $2. Seriously. Taking everything into account, that is how little worth I see in the offered titles. There are some decent games, even some particularly good games, there, but I either already own them or have little if any interest in actually buying them. As such, for me, this year’s Jingle Jam is on track for being the worst ever. Even the ones I previously skipped, I’d rated at a higher personal value.
That’s not to say I wouldn’t buy those 15 days of games if they were in a $5 bundle, but that is more a psychological weakness on my part. Just as people are willing to vastly overpay in the heat of an auction, bundles also take psychological advantage of consumers in order to drive sales.