Direct2Drive has revealed its big cyber Monday discount its been teasing, offering BioWare's critically acclaimed RPG Mass Effect for only $5 for the next 12 hours.
jeez...anyone who missed this better spend the 5 dollars now lol
Wow, $5 for Mass Effect?! 0_0
For some reason I can't get any orders to go through on D2D. I bought 2 games from them in the past with no trouble, but for several months I haven't been able to get an order through. Disappointing.
Wow, that's a good deal.
a very good game on PC, most things that were bad on 360 version (theres A LOT) has been fixed with some exceptions such as framerate issues (although its limited at 62fps so its not too bad), and the textures are awful still...
They just keep coming. I bought L4d on steam four $8 (looks so much better that 360 version) and Dark Athena this morning for $10 I never finished mass effect on the 360.Might just have to pick it up for the PC
I bought it on steam for $10, and I do not regret that over this deal. Just as I bought Dark Athena today for $10 on steam, when I bought it on D2D a few months ago for $5. The DRM that comes with the games on D2D or any other site can be completely wild and random. My copy of Dark Athena from D2D only allowed 3 installs. I would rather have all my PC games with Steam because I know those games will always be there and I can reinstall them easily whenever I want.
Mmm. I do not have a D2D account. However, Steam has been flawless since I preloaded HL2 all those years ago. IF this is the DRM case for D2D, I think I will pass. For example, I have Torchlight;at least I know I have no problems taking it with me on my laptop etc. Edit. Just looked on stem again. Dark Athena is limited to 3 machine installs too. Oh well.
Oh wow, I didn't even notice that when I bought it on Steam, that blows. This kind of DRM ruins pc games.
But but... its a flopbot exclusive :)
i tried to buy it with my paypal, but was rejected? wtf?
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