The summer sale season is in full swing as GamersGate announces its own month-long medley of discounts, starting today with savings of up to 70 percent off on single titles like Metro Last Light and DMC: Devil May Cry, as well as bundled offerings for games and DLC like Jagged Alliance and Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning.
I'm betting Valve, EA, GameStop and every other digital distribution service operator is shaking in their boots right about now, as GDC Game has announced that their technology to allow for digital trade-ins is currently available for service providers to put to use.
Another nautical turn-based strategy adventure has hit digital store shelves and, this time, I'm going to do my best not to break this news to you dear readers without breaking into pirate-speak. Instead, I will simply say that Fortune Winds: Ancient Trader is now available for download through Origin or Gamersgate for $9.99...Yar.
If you're looking to pre-order the PC version of Mafia II, digital retailers are offering a very nice incentive. Any customer who pre-orders the game will get the first Mafia for free.
Paradox Interactive and AGEOD have announced that the indie-developed World War I strategy game is currently available at all major digital distributors.
EXOR Studios' brain-mashing, arcade driving simulator is now available on GamersGate and Steam. The game features some weapon-based, vehicular mayhem as players pick up and drop off passengers amidst a world engulfed with the living dead.
Runic Games announced today that they don't play favorites in the digital distribution arena and that their single-player edition of their acclaimed RPG, Torchlight, is available on GamersGate, in addition to already being on Steam.
Halo Waypoint launches for Xbox Live users while Modern Warfare 2 gets boycotted by digital distributors. Rumors about the Wii 2 also surface in this edition of the weekly recap.
Modern Warfare 2, one of the biggest games of 2009, will not be available through digital distributors Direct2Drive, GamersGate, and Impulse. It seems it's all Steam's fault.
Want to spend your weekend getting your ass kicked by a Dr. Manhattan lookalike? Head on over to GamersGate. They're offering the PC version of Street Fighter IV for half the normal price.
GamersGate has recently announced that they will be adding more indie titles to their worldwide line-up thanks to a new partnership with LAYERNET.
Mass Effect 2 on the PS3 gets explained, a new interview for Torchlight surfaces, reviews for Brutal Legend and Uncharted 2 make the cut and a special Cities XL trailer featuring the Jamie McKinley theme song is inside.
There are three different deals at GamersGate this weekend but one really sticks out from the others. You can buy the entire X-Com series for only $7.50.
News has surfaced that DreamKiller is now available for purchase via Steam and that the Xbox 360 version of the game will be arriving later this month.
Gearbox and GamersGate bosses rant on Valve's Steam digital distribution service, GameTrailers unveils exclusive new content of Modern Warfare 2 and we have up a special list of games that should use Project Natal.