While it looks okay at first sight, closer inspection has shown it to hold nothing particularly appealing to me.
I already own Street Fighter V and Them’s Fightin’ Herds.
Shadow of War is a somewhat interesting case. It is a well enough received game in a genre I like (though I tired long ago of the overdone contextual counter system of Arkham combat), that is now a few years old and been through a few sales and at least one bundle, yet I’ve managed to never buy it. But that in itself is an issue, as it shows that I’ve never quite been drawn enough to it to buy it. I’ve already got plenty of similar games that I’ve never finished or even started, including its predecessor, making it pretty much a waste of money to buy it now.
DiRT Rally 2.0 falls into a similar situation, except I care a bit less about the genre. I’ve enough other unplayed or barely played racing games, including the previous DiRT Rally (acquired through a bundle itself), that it feels a sheer waste of money to buy DiRT Rally 2.0.
Bad North, Mages of Mystralia, and GRIP were all Wishlist cullings, games that made it to my Wishlist for a while only to be later purged with the acceptance that I’d not buy them regardless of discount. None are games that I’d hate to own, and I might even play them if it did own them, but effectively none are games that I’d pay to own.
I’d never heard of Whispers of a Machine, but it isn’t a genre I care about, and doesn’t look interesting to me. I’d never buy it, but I might at least try it.
I have zero interest in Two Point Hospital, Unrailed, Graveyard Keeper, and Trailmakers. Two Point never held any interest for me at all. I lost all interest in Unrailed after watching people play it on YouTube a while back. Graveyard Keeper sat on my Wishlist at first, but the more I learned of it the less I had any desire to play it. (I didn’t list it was a wishlish culling because I probably wouldn’t bother to play it even if someone gave it to me for free.) Never heard of Trailmakers, but I’ve never bothered to play any of the other build-a-vehicle games either, not even the free ones or ones that I ended up owning through bundles.
…Which means if I practice any measure of money discretion, I should skip January. Nothing is particularly offensive. There are a number of decent to good games. I’d be able to get 10 games without any repeats. But there really isn’t anything there for me that I should waste money on.