All MMOs 20 percent off at Direct2Drive, Fallout: New Vegas $20 off this weekend

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All MMOs 20 percent off at Direct2Drive, Fallout: New Vegas $20 off this weekend
Direct2Drive's running a pretty sweet deal for anyone looking to reach out and touch other members of the gaming community (in a completely non-weird way, we mean) -- until Monday morning, the site's entire catalog of MMOs is discounted 20 percent. That includes massively multiplayer gems like World of Warcraft, Star Wars Galaxies, Lego Universe, Guild Wars and more; just input the coupon code "JOKER" while checking out, and watch the prices fall like so, so many enemy NPCs.

If you'd rather play a game which rivals the length of an MMO, but lacks all the other human contact, the retailer is also knocking $20 off the price of Fallout: New Vegas from this Saturday until Monday morning. You don't need a coupon code for that one, though if there were one, we imagine it'd be something like "NUKA COLA" or "CREEPY HOVERING NO-BONES MAN."
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Direct2Drive (D2D) is starting the New Year with great discounts and savings throughout the weekend. So stop playing with yourself and spend some time with your friends online! The deals are as follows:

Save 20% on all MMOs - Become an online hero in top-tier MMOs including: City of Heroes Going Rogue, Champions Online, World of Warcraft, the Guild Wars Trilogy, and more by using discount code: JOKER. Discounting closes at 10:00am PST on 01/10. This deal works for pre-orders too!

Fallout: New Vegas Digital Collector's Edition - Battle bandits and pick sides as factions fight for control of a post-apocalyptic Nevadan desert for $20 less. Sale begins Saturday and ends on 01/10.

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