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More gaming goodness on sale via D2D

Posted by: Chad at 11/25/2009 2:48 PM
Who needs family, tradition, and gracious reflection on ones life?  The best part about this time of year is that so many great games go on sale.  Direct2Drive is in the spirit of offering solid games at a discounted price.  As a result, now through November 30th you can cash in on the following offers:

Resident Evil 5 - 50% off
Crysis Maximum Edition (Crysis, Crysis: Warhead, and Crysis Wars) - 50% off
Dragon Age: Origins - $10 off
The Sims 3 - $20 off
Grand Theft Auto IV - 50% off

There are more than that on sale so click on over to Direct2Drive to check it all out.  Then, be sure to go back on Monday as they will have even more deals including one "awesome game" at 75% off.  

Final note: don't worry, my priorities are straight.  I certainly value family more than games so take it easy.


ALL KILLER, NO FILLER DEALS—50% OFF GAMES FOR THANKSGIVING AT DIRECT2DRIVE
 
Highly-Rated, Popular Games – ALL ON SALE!
 
WHAT:           Just in time for the holiday, Direct2Drive.com (http://www.direct2drive.com/) has announced a set of top-rated PC games that are all on sale through Monday. Snag Dragon Age: Origins - $10 off, Resident Evil 5 - 50% off, Grand Theft Auto IV – 50% off, The Sims 3 - $20 off, Crysis Maximum Edition – 50% off, and Dawn of Discovery – 50% off. But wait – there’s more! Check back at D2D on Monday, 11/30, for a Cyber Monday, 24-hour-only deal (75% off an awesome game) that will blow your socks off!
 
WHY:              D2D is giving thanks to its customers with great game deals!
 
WHERE:        This sale is only at D2D and available for a limited time, so start downloading! http://www.direct2drive.com/holiiday
 
WHEN:          NOW through Monday, November 30th.

ABOUT:         Direct2Drive (D2D) is IGN Entertainment's digital download store (http://www.direct2drive.com and http://www.direct2drive.co.uk). Launched in October 2004, D2D allows consumers to conveniently purchase and download the latest premium PC games directly from the Web to their desktops. Since the site’s launch, more than one million games have been downloaded on Direct2Drive.