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THE INTERNET – Get Games, an independent destination for video games, straight out of Hamilton in the United Kingdom and the second home to a dedicated team of hardcore gamers-turned-shopkeepers, invades America today. Armed with a huge library of video games for PC and Mac at insanely low prices, Get Games delivers an independent shopping experience for PC gaming fans looking for great deals ( www.getgamesgo.com).
The downloadable game keys are client-agnostic and can be played via whichever digital distribution platform the customer chooses. Weekly sales and limited time one-off deals will be posted regularly for gamers looking for bargains in the U.S., including discounted theme-packs and holiday bargains. What holidays? All of them.
“We’re excited to be bringing amazing deals to the U.S. PC gaming fans,” said Get Games’ head honcho and resident ginger, Finley McTavish in his heavy, barely understandable Scottish accent. “Being the little guy on the Internet means great prices for fans and a store that doesn’t make you feel dirty when you buy your games from them. We’re gamers ourselves, and cheap bastards, and are proud to be offering triple-A titles at the best prices from an independent standpoint.”
“Our goal of providing top games at good deals goes hand-in-hand with us wanting to have a direct relationship with our customers,” offered Graeme Shearer, Content Manager. “Our staff page is posted on our web site and our team members are reachable if our customers have any questions. We’ll also be offering staff picks on a regular basis, based on what genre we prefer to play. Hopefully fans looking at specific games or genres can benefit from our deep knowledge of the variety of games we offer.”
Specials this week:
· Deus Ex Human Revolution - 25% off
· Red Orchestra 2 Heroes of Stalingrad - 20% off
· Stronghold 3 - 20% off voucher. Go to the cart and type in TheWolf
· Indie Game Bundle Deal - $25.15
o Super Meat Boy
o Power of Defense
o Grotesque Tactics
· And more at http://getgamesgo.com/specialoffers
“Does this mean we’re moving to California? I love me some of that ‘Bay Watch’!” said Graeme’s 72-year-old father. “Maybe I can start doing some of that beach yoga for all of the girls I’m going to meet. No hippies though. I can’t stand that goddamned patchouli oil.”
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