This Halloween weekend, many major game distributors are treating us to some massive sales on games they consider "scary," "dark," or that include zombies. To make the scavenging easy while you put the final touches on your Pyramid Head costume (you freak), we've compiled the Halloween-weekend de...
October 29th 2011 at 3:30pm
For a lot of people, Friday means pay-day, which means a weekend full of extravagant spending: a little boutique shopping, perhaps a night at da club, etc. If you're like us though, and the majority of your pay checks are followed by staying in rather than going out, fear not. Huge weekend sale...
August 6th 2011 at 7:00pm
While Steam users gorge themselves on a two-week-long carnival of deals and specially-created achievements, Direct2Drive is going full-on bacchanal with a full month of savings, changing both daily and weekly.
Today, for example, you can pick up Fallout 3: GOTY Edition for $9.85 and Empire: Tota...
Listen up, little buddies: If you're in the mood for crimefighting, reckless driving and animals of ambiguous species, Direct2Drive has your best interests at heart. For today only, Sam and Max Seasons One, Two and Three are 66 percent off from the digital retailer.
If some cosmically improbable chain of events has kept you from playing Torchlight, today just might be the day to rectify it. Direct2Drive is currently selling the dungeon crawler for the tantalizingly low price of $5.08. It should be just the thing to tide you over until Torchlight 2.
Today, game rental service GameFly confirmed last week's rumor that it will acquire the digital game retailer Direct2Drive from IGN. The acquisition of Direct2Drive will add more than 3,000 PC and Mac games to GameFly's existing library of console titles. While terms of the deal are not disclosed...
IGN's Direct2Drive is allegedly being sold to GameFly, MCV reports. An official announcement is expected next week. Direct2Drive does offer a limited selection of game rentals, which fits in directly with GameFly's business model. Sources, while unable to confirm the sale, do tell us that IGN has...
Racing out into the New Vegas desert wilds to ogle the clothing-optional Burning Man event, you start to wonder if, in your haste, you misread the "Honest Hearts" DLC description. Ohhh, you realize, it said Burned Man -- well, shoot. (And shoot you will.)
Whether your interests include futuristic technology, automobiles or futuristic technology that can turn into automobiles, Direct2Drive's got your back this weekend. The site's offering Blur, Singularity and Transformers: War for Cybertron for half-off starting today at 10 a.m. PDT.
April 29th 2011 at 2:00am
Direct2Drive is also getting in the ridiculous Easter discounts game this weekend, cutting the price of all orders totaling $19.95 or more by 25 percent. That includes pre-orders, as well -- just make sure you drop the promo code "BUNNY" during check-out!
April 23rd 2011 at 5:30pm
For a limited time, Direct2Drive has arranged it so that you only have to pay 90 percent of what you'd normally pay in order to pre-order games like Brink and The Witcher 2. The deal applies to PC and Mac games.
April 16th 2011 at 12:15am
Update: the deal has expired, replaced by a new super-discounted game: BioShock 2 for $4.95.
April 14th 2011 at 1:20pm