One of the guilty pleasures I enjoy doing on my days off is standing in front of a Victoria's Secret store and yelling "whore!" to the female shoppers coming out. When I'm not doing that, I'm browsing around Amazon's site and taking advantage of their awesome Holiday Sales. So if you're looking for deals on your favorite games, there's no better place than Amazon; unless you have a Victoria's Secret close by of course ....
Here we go! The traditional Steam Fall Sales have arrived. With lots of savings throughout the entire Steam store, you'll be hard pressed not to find a deal on a game you've been eyeing for awhile. Yeah, some of the deals can be a 'bit better' but what the heck...a deal is a deal, no matter how trivial the savings. Just make sure you stock up on those games you want because when the sale is over and those games go back to full price, you'll be kicking yourself in the nuts for the missed opportunities!
Hmmm..the deals at GMG aren't as robust as those at Steam, but nonetheless, there's some considerable savings to be had if you browse around their site. Plus, use the voucher code: 1MZ9FW-H92JSD-2CT74F save an additional 25% off your purchase. Not a bad trade off in the grand scheme of things.
Gamersgate seems to be the Dracula of the digital distribution stores. Every time you think they've been shoved out of the 'sales' competition by Steam or Amazon, they come back with their own unique deals and savings. This year, Gamersgate has some pretty nifty deals on select games, including 75% off select Resident Evil titles. It's definitely worth a look.
EA has taken more beatings by the gaming community than Ray Allen's fiance. Their shady business practices along with their uncanny perception that gamer's are "gullible and will buy anything" mentality forced the gaming community to single handedly twist the arm of this giant publisher to become a more semi-respectable gaming entity. They're also having some deals on their flagship titles including BF3 and BF4. Check 'em out but keep the beatings to a minimum.
I'm a big support of the Humble Bundle business model. After all, where else can you purchase games and have some of the proceeds go towards charity? The only thing better would be if the proceeds went to me directly. Anyways, check out their Humble Sega Bundle for some pretty good savings.
One of the great things about Blizzard is that they don't care about their competition. In fact, their 'who gives a f***' attitude is what makes them unique in this industry. They have not developed a new game in years, and yet they still have more money in the bank than most European countries combined. They make tons of money off their marquee titles like Starcraft, Diablo and of course, World of Warcraft that they're content with the status quo. Check out their 50% off sale.