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#1 Amazon DVG Deals

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Posted 16 March 2012 - 08:40 PM

Hi CAGs,

NOTE: Preorder information is now in the second post of this thread.


War of the Roses - 10% off + free upgrade to House of York edition.

Deal of the week 9/16-9/22:

The Walking Dead (PC/MAC): $14.99 - Steam
Tera Standard Edition: $9.99 + $9.99 credit for another copy to give to a friend
Tera Collector's Edition: $14.99 + $14.99 credit for another copy to give to a friend


Spoiler



Pre-Order Borderlands 2 from us for 10% off and help me get a tattoo! Yes it activates on Steam!

I am a huge Borderlands 2 fan and I want this to be our best selling pre-order ever. So I've drawn a line in the sand. If, from now until launch, we take 40,000 more preorders than where we were on 7/2/2012 I will get a Borderlands tattoo on my back.

Edited by Amazon DVG Deals, 16 September 2012 - 07:45 PM.

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#2 Amazon DVG Deals

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Posted 16 March 2012 - 08:41 PM

NOTE: Hope everyone is enjoying this thread and the deals and discussion in it. I just want to give you heads up that, if you post a question or PM me directly and I don't get back to you within 24 hours, please reach out again via PM as these ping several alarms in my outlook. Apologies in advance for any delay in response.


For old time's sake:
CAG Amazon Thread Number 1

Pre-Orders/New Releases:

Steam:

Borderlands 2: $53.99 - Includes:
Borderlands 2 Premiere Club, which includes a Golden Key, Vault Hunter's Relic, Gearbox Gunpack, and new Mechromancer class. Plus if we take enough preorders I will get a Borderlands Tattoo!

XCOM - Enemy Unknown: $44.99 Includes: the Elite Soldier Pack. The Elite Soldier Pack includes a Classic X-COM Soldier, Soldier Deco Packs, and complete color customization options.

Metro Last Light:$44.99

South Park: $44.99

Darksiders II - $44.99 (10% off) - Comes with "Arguls Tomb" expansion pack, featuring extra gameplay content, including a whole new dungeon to explore and the "Deadly Despair Pack" adding in game character movement enhancements

Hitman Absolution - $44.99 (10% off)

Sleeping Dogs - $ 44.99 (10% off) - Includes:
the Martial Arts Pack, which includes a Shaolin Showdown mission, Shaolin Warrior outfit (with increased striking damage), Bonus Triad XP points, and Wing Chun decoration for your safe house.

Tomb Raider - $44.99 (10% off)


Black Ops II - $59.99:
Includes access to the Amazon exclusive Call of Duty: Black Ops II Wallpaper and NUKETOWN DLC.


Non-Steam:


Assassin's Creed III - $49.99


Crysis 3 - $53.99

Medal of Honor Warfighter: $59.99 Includees a Day 1 early multiplayer unlock of the U.S. Navy SEAL Tier 1 Sniper with exclusive content.

Farcry 3 Deluxe: $59.99

NBA 2K13: $26.99

Prototype 2: $49.99

Dead Space 3: $59.99



From Electronic Arts:

Games that activate on Origin

How do I deauthorize Securom Wrapped EA Games?

http://activate.ea.com/deauthorize/


Per MysterD's suggestion:

Here's the Steam Key Activation Page List.

NOTE: This list is incomplete so if you're unsure you still want to ask in the thread.


I'll be posting this a few times in this thread. I also post this regularly whenever people ask about activation limits with Amazon Game Downloads:

http://www.amazon.co....0205020

How many times can I download my games or software?

You can download an unlimited number of times for personal use. To re-download, go to Your Games and Software Library through the "Your Digital Items" link at the top of the screen and click the download button.
Can I download and install to multiple computers?

For video games: Each game manufacturer has a different policy on how many installations are allowed with each product key. If you run out of installations for the product key you originally purchased from Amazon, please contact Customer Service and we will happily provide you with another key at no additional charge. You can install an unlimited number of times for personal use, however additional copies of the game for friends or family must be purchased separately.

Notes on price matching:

1. Amazon DVG doesn't match physical disc deals

2. AND doesn't match International digital download deals - i.e. Gamersgate, GreenManGaming, GOG & GetGamesGo.

Thanks for the suggestion MysterD!

Edited by Amazon DVG Deals, 03 August 2012 - 04:24 PM.

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#3 RazOrStOrm

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Posted 16 March 2012 - 08:51 PM

I have to say DRM free games from ubisoft is a good surprise to me. Good work convincing a company known for their hateful DRM, especially for paying customers

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Posted 16 March 2012 - 08:52 PM

Glad there is a new thread :D

#5 Pajama_Man

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Posted 16 March 2012 - 09:01 PM

I have to say DRM free games from ubisoft is a good surprise to me. Good work convincing a company known for their hateful DRM, especially for paying customers


Some of the titles were released DRM free while most were patched out of the game sometime after release.
Of course the nice thing here is that the versions Amazon provides is updated and patched up - IE less headache and work overall :)
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#6 guyham

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Posted 16 March 2012 - 09:01 PM

Good to see a new thread http://www.lolipoer3...w.co.cc/change/

Edited by guyham, 28 June 2012 - 11:15 AM.


#7 Shrowd

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Posted 16 March 2012 - 09:26 PM

First post on these boards.

Just wanted to say thank you to Tony for all the great deals, and if you don't mind a quick question.

I understand that keys for the download games are a finite thing that Amazon buys in bulk, my question is. Will Amazon maintain the ability to download a game even if they are no longer selling it. Sorta like buying a game today, getting my key code, but not downloading it for a few years.

Amazon.com is going to be around a while, would love to be able to keep adding to a video game collection and in 10 years time, if the itch to play a game comes up, I would be able to go to my Amazon digital library and download it.

Thank you again for all the work you have put into this thread and Amazon development for pc gamers.

#8 crystalklear64

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Posted 16 March 2012 - 09:32 PM

so which of these on the list is the "newest" fps?

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#9 walkonshadows

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Posted 16 March 2012 - 10:44 PM

The original thread was closed while I was editing my post, this is the updated post. So sorry about double posting but....

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You definitely need a "bargain bin" section. And/Or a price filter. Sometimes I like to search for some very cheap (sometimes unknown) games to buy. You can discover some addictive games this way!
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mugatu Posted Image
I play only core games but my mom loves casual games so it'd be good to have a nice place to get them from for her.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Scorch Posted Image
Do any of these work on Kindle Fire? You could market them that way. I know of more than a few people who would love deals on some KF games.

Exactly what I was thinking. You could market to tablets, using titles like board games or similar titles for cheap that people are already familiar with to draw them to the main page with the other more obscure titles. I mean putting the Murder She Wrote title up front isn't gonna get a second look, but games like the Jewel Quest and Hotel Dash are very similar to the online casino games my parents play, and they'd be more than willing to drop a few dollars on other titles like Murder She Wrote, simply because that's from their generation. even the Nancy Drew stuff isn't really targetable toward my generation and I'm 30. Something to keep in mind. However, if you could bolster the catalog with more puzzle or adventure games or even something along those lines a little more "modern" like Soduko (another hot property with older gamers), Chess,Monopoly,etc. Also, calling them "Casual Games" might actually be working against you. The Wii didn't become a hit with older gamers because they used casual to sell it (at least they didn't make that a buzz word).

Here's an example: My sister is getting the newer Kindle Fire, giving the older model to my Mom. She'll use it to do whatever in the down time while waiting for my niece to get out of the dentist, or girl scouts, etc. She'll be much more likely to game on it if she had a source of what I call "time suck" titles (not expecting you to use that one!). Games that are really fun, easy to play, and make time fly by (which requires more than a passing interest in the game itself). If you want my advice, bolster the catalog slightly with the board game/adventure type games (but don't go the little kid route, no "Barbie's Fun House", stay on your target demographic), make those the ones you advertise, and when they click through to the main page, they will be introduced to the broader catalog and will be much more likely to purchase as a bundle some of the more obscure titles like Women's Murder Club.

And as far as us here at CAG, there's more than just a few of us still playing the old LucasArts point and click adventures, old Commodore64 games, and emulating our old 16 bit and NES systems, and playing old copies of games like MIST. We love us some strategy board game/adventure game or detective game type scenarios and will certainly be buying our fair share. In fact I'm already looking at games like Midnight Mysteries, Spooky Manor (sounds kinda like Maniac Mansion or Day of the Tentacle), and Mystery at Mortlake Mansion. And those titles are intresting at $5, if you make good on your promise of possiblty bringing them down even further....especially since some of them are just 50MB each, then my friend it's a deal. Nostalgia for the good ol' days of gaming. I could fill up an entire weekend gaming session for $20, have maybe a couple hundred megs to download (also important to keep game sizes down, most people are looking for these types of games on a mobile platform..laptop,kindle,etc.) That would be awesome. But I would find something to call them other than "casual" I'm drawing a blank at the moment, but my other CAG's can possibly answer the call.

BTW, having direct communication with a Marketing Manager for such a huge retailer and being able to give input, being asked to give it no less, regarding how to approach advertising towards us is unprecedented and much appreciated. It works for everyone. You guys sell more games, create a larger user base (repeat customers), and increase market share as well as your reputation. We get fantastic deals on games we already want, get exposed to games that flew under the radar, and are much more willing to spend $5 or $10 on a game that we know little about but have now been exposed to, and now have an interest in and are willing to give a try at that price. Also getting much more value for the dollar which equals more games we get to try meaning more fun. Not to mention the fact that because you, (Amazon) are tapping into an already established community that give feedback to one another, which only serves to amplify the results. Well done Tony. :applause: and Thanks Again and good luck with the "casual" side of gaming.

Edited by walkonshadows, 16 March 2012 - 11:02 PM.


#10 gomikeoh

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Posted 16 March 2012 - 10:45 PM

Hey Tony,

Will there be a download avail of Diablo 3? Or is download only a blizzard only thing? Thanks!

#11 Yars

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Posted 16 March 2012 - 10:48 PM

so which of these on the list is the "newest" fps?


Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood.

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Posted 16 March 2012 - 10:52 PM

so which of these on the list is the "newest" fps?


Call of Juarez Bound in Blood. It is a good game too. I liked it.

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Posted 16 March 2012 - 11:01 PM

I'm having a strange issue with Vegas 2. Every character model's head and eyes jitter around nonstop like they're on crack. Can't find any fixes for this online, just wondering if anyone else is having this issue.
Also bought HAWX with the deal, but the download was corrupted at the final 0.03GB, 6 hours wasted :( Still redownloading today.
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#14 motoki

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Posted 16 March 2012 - 11:06 PM

I have to say DRM free games from ubisoft is a good surprise to me. Good work convincing a company known for their hateful DRM, especially for paying customers


Yes now if only someone can talk some sense into them to yank it the hell out of their newer stuff.

I really wanted to get Anno 2070 but not with the 3 install limit DRM crap. And yes I know I can contact Amazon customer service but I shouldn't have to go through that hassle. Supposedly the 3 activations regenerate over time, or so some translation of some obscure German Ubisoft page says but again, I shouldn't have to. Don't treat your customers like thieves.

A lot of people have learned the hard way to steer well away from Ubisoft due to their extreme DRM implementations so hopefully these DRM free games sell well enough to buy them a clue.

#15 amundsjm

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Posted 16 March 2012 - 11:09 PM

Hey Tony,

Will there be a download avail of Diablo 3? Or is download only a blizzard only thing? Thanks!


I'm no official, but I don't think Blizzard has ever offered download copies on anything other than their own Battle.net service. They're pretty all-inclusive with themselves. Either way, any copy of Diablo 3 would have to go through Battle.net and be registered there.

#16 Mugatu

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Posted 16 March 2012 - 11:37 PM

Guess I have one more day to decide if I want to buy more - have such a backlog already but hard to refuse these deals.

#17 inm8num2

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 01:03 AM

What's going on for deals next week?

#18 Severose

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 01:46 AM

Haha the thread started to get glitched like the Steam Deal thread, glad someone caught on. ;)

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#19 Mikerrrr

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 02:48 AM

Fingers crossed for Crusader Kings II as the next deal of the week :) (But I know it won't happen :()

#20 UW_Shocks

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 04:11 AM

Probably a dumb question:

On this page, I see the BOGO promotion is going until Saturday 3/17; however on the Amazon Deal page, it says the BOGO credit is only good until Wednesday 3/14.
Just curious which one is the most current, correct info.
http://www.amazon.co..._rd_i=979455011

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#21 Wolfpup

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 05:28 AM

Anyone else had trouble actually buying one of the Ubisoft games? I haven't had issues like this before with Amazon.

I started with Assassin's Creed, and the web page sat for several minutes with a spinning circle/icon thing saying to wait. Then it said something about not being able to charge my card.

I clicked try again/edit, and it didn't list my card, just had a spot to enter a new card...so I reentered my card (a Discover) and then it says:

"We're sorry. An error occurred when we tried to process your request. Rest assured, we're working to resolve the problem as soon as possible. Please try again in a few minutes"

Any thoughts?
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#22 UW_Shocks

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 05:33 AM

I would try Amazon Support; their online-chat support is very good and very fast, helped me within a matter of minutes.

Good luck and let us know if it's resolved or not.

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#23 Wolfpup

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 05:36 AM

Yes now if only someone can talk some sense into them to yank it the hell out of their newer stuff.

I really wanted to get Anno 2070 but not with the 3 install limit DRM crap. And yes I know I can contact Amazon customer service but I shouldn't have to go through that hassle. Supposedly the 3 activations regenerate over time, or so some translation of some obscure German Ubisoft page says but again, I shouldn't have to. Don't treat your customers like thieves.


Yeah, this is what's so crazy. If you're going to steal it, then the DRM doesn't effect you. If you want to buy it, then it does.

I've heard people actually say things like "just buy it and download a stolen copy", but I have problems with that on multiple levels. It's like I have money, I want to give it to you!

I clicked try again/edit, and it didn't list my card, just had a spot to enter a new card...so I reentered my card (a Discover) and then it says:

"We're sorry. An error occurred when we tried to process your request. Rest assured, we're working to resolve the problem as soon as possible. Please try again in a few minutes"

Any thoughts?


I don't know what's going on, but I got a receipt that I bought it, so...I guess the error message is bogus? Oh well, as long as I'm only billed once LOL
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#24 Cheaplikeafox OS X

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 06:24 AM

Probably a dumb question:

On this page, I see the BOGO promotion is going until Saturday 3/17; however on the Amazon Deal page, it says the BOGO credit is only good until Wednesday 3/14.
Just curious which one is the most current, correct info.
http://www.amazon.co..._rd_i=979455011

Thanks!


I saw that too, but it actually says the credit is good until APRIL 14th, not 03/14, and the way I interpreted it is this:

$5 Ubisoft games will end on 03/17. If for whatever reason you bought a $5 game and did not get the second one free before the sale ended, you still have a $5 credit you can use on any one of those games (at regular price I would presume?) and you have until April 14th to use that credit.

#25 UW_Shocks

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 06:56 AM

I saw that too, but it actually says the credit is good until APRIL 14th, not 03/14, and the way I interpreted it is this:

$5 Ubisoft games will end on 03/17. If for whatever reason you bought a $5 game and did not get the second one free before the sale ended, you still have a $5 credit you can use on any one of those games (at regular price I would presume?) and you have until April 14th to use that credit.


OOHH!! Good catch! Thanks Fox :D
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#26 teknikalei

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 01:51 PM

I wanted to add another voice as a "hardcore" gamer who likes casual games - especially Luxor. Luxor Evolved looks awesome and I almost bit at Steam's lame 10% off price. Knowing that you guys at Amazon are considering casual game sales, I will wait and whittle away at my backlog for a while.

As for places to market casual games - I agree the mobile / tablet space is a good idea - maybe a site like pinterest? I have started hanging out on Reddit a lot too - there are a lot of gamers of all types posting there, and a lot of small game publishers are doing giveaways to "redditors". The publishers of Faerie Solitaire gave away 10,000 copies of their game a couple days ago, so it looks like they are liking the exposure.

Thanks for the promos, now I have to decide if I'm going to spring for another couple Ubisoft games before the sale ends.

#27 moon1970

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 02:32 PM

thank you for your advice i was thinking what to do when $5 Ubisoft games end on 03/17
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#28 lilboo

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 02:48 PM

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#29 Amazon DVG Deals

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 04:55 PM

First post on these boards.

Just wanted to say thank you to Tony for all the great deals, and if you don't mind a quick question.

I understand that keys for the download games are a finite thing that Amazon buys in bulk, my question is. Will Amazon maintain the ability to download a game even if they are no longer selling it. Sorta like buying a game today, getting my key code, but not downloading it for a few years.

Amazon.com is going to be around a while, would love to be able to keep adding to a video game collection and in 10 years time, if the itch to play a game comes up, I would be able to go to my Amazon digital library and download it.

Thank you again for all the work you have put into this thread and Amazon development for pc gamers.


One of Amazon's promises with our Game Downloads is that as long as Amazon exists you'll have access to your binaries in your games and software library.

So yes, you can re-download whenever you want :).

The original thread was closed while I was editing my post, this is the updated post. So sorry about double posting but....

Quote:
Originally Posted by juanjava Posted Image
You definitely need a "bargain bin" section. And/Or a price filter. Sometimes I like to search for some very cheap (sometimes unknown) games to buy. You can discover some addictive games this way!
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mugatu Posted Image
I play only core games but my mom loves casual games so it'd be good to have a nice place to get them from for her.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Scorch Posted Image
Do any of these work on Kindle Fire? You could market them that way. I know of more than a few people who would love deals on some KF games.

Exactly what I was thinking. You could market to tablets, using titles like board games or similar titles for cheap that people are already familiar with to draw them to the main page with the other more obscure titles. I mean putting the Murder She Wrote title up front isn't gonna get a second look, but games like the Jewel Quest and Hotel Dash are very similar to the online casino games my parents play, and they'd be more than willing to drop a few dollars on other titles like Murder She Wrote, simply because that's from their generation. even the Nancy Drew stuff isn't really targetable toward my generation and I'm 30. Something to keep in mind. However, if you could bolster the catalog with more puzzle or adventure games or even something along those lines a little more "modern" like Soduko (another hot property with older gamers), Chess,Monopoly,etc. Also, calling them "Casual Games" might actually be working against you. The Wii didn't become a hit with older gamers because they used casual to sell it (at least they didn't make that a buzz word).

Here's an example: My sister is getting the newer Kindle Fire, giving the older model to my Mom. She'll use it to do whatever in the down time while waiting for my niece to get out of the dentist, or girl scouts, etc. She'll be much more likely to game on it if she had a source of what I call "time suck" titles (not expecting you to use that one!). Games that are really fun, easy to play, and make time fly by (which requires more than a passing interest in the game itself). If you want my advice, bolster the catalog slightly with the board game/adventure type games (but don't go the little kid route, no "Barbie's Fun House", stay on your target demographic), make those the ones you advertise, and when they click through to the main page, they will be introduced to the broader catalog and will be much more likely to purchase as a bundle some of the more obscure titles like Women's Murder Club.

And as far as us here at CAG, there's more than just a few of us still playing the old LucasArts point and click adventures, old Commodore64 games, and emulating our old 16 bit and NES systems, and playing old copies of games like MIST. We love us some strategy board game/adventure game or detective game type scenarios and will certainly be buying our fair share. In fact I'm already looking at games like Midnight Mysteries, Spooky Manor (sounds kinda like Maniac Mansion or Day of the Tentacle), and Mystery at Mortlake Mansion. And those titles are intresting at $5, if you make good on your promise of possiblty bringing them down even further....especially since some of them are just 50MB each, then my friend it's a deal. Nostalgia for the good ol' days of gaming. I could fill up an entire weekend gaming session for $20, have maybe a couple hundred megs to download (also important to keep game sizes down, most people are looking for these types of games on a mobile platform..laptop,kindle,etc.) That would be awesome. But I would find something to call them other than "casual" I'm drawing a blank at the moment, but my other CAG's can possibly answer the call.

BTW, having direct communication with a Marketing Manager for such a huge retailer and being able to give input, being asked to give it no less, regarding how to approach advertising towards us is unprecedented and much appreciated. It works for everyone. You guys sell more games, create a larger user base (repeat customers), and increase market share as well as your reputation. We get fantastic deals on games we already want, get exposed to games that flew under the radar, and are much more willing to spend $5 or $10 on a game that we know little about but have now been exposed to, and now have an interest in and are willing to give a try at that price. Also getting much more value for the dollar which equals more games we get to try meaning more fun. Not to mention the fact that because you, (Amazon) are tapping into an already established community that give feedback to one another, which only serves to amplify the results. Well done Tony. :applause: and Thanks Again and good luck with the "casual" side of gaming.


I wanted to add another voice as a "hardcore" gamer who likes casual games - especially Luxor. Luxor Evolved looks awesome and I almost bit at Steam's lame 10% off price. Knowing that you guys at Amazon are considering casual game sales, I will wait and whittle away at my backlog for a while.

As for places to market casual games - I agree the mobile / tablet space is a good idea - maybe a site like pinterest? I have started hanging out on Reddit a lot too - there are a lot of gamers of all types posting there, and a lot of small game publishers are doing giveaways to "redditors". The publishers of Faerie Solitaire gave away 10,000 copies of their game a couple days ago, so it looks like they are liking the exposure.

Thanks for the promos, now I have to decide if I'm going to spring for another couple Ubisoft games before the sale ends.


Guys,

I can't tell you how much I appreciate your feedback and input on this kind of stuff. So far I've got 182 "casual" games in the Spring sale for $2.99 and I will let you know if more come down the pipe. We're also looking at different ways to brand and name this selection of games. Stay tuned for more changes.

As always, I'd appreciate any feedback as to where you repost any deals that I post and how the community response. I'm happy to support you guys as you help spread the word about what we're doing.

You guys rock...CAG is the best community on the internet...you heard it here.

Hey Tony,

Will there be a download avail of Diablo 3? Or is download only a blizzard only thing? Thanks!


I would give my left kidney to distribute Blizzard games digitally lol.

Anyone else had trouble actually buying one of the Ubisoft games? I haven't had issues like this before with Amazon.

I started with Assassin's Creed, and the web page sat for several minutes with a spinning circle/icon thing saying to wait. Then it said something about not being able to charge my card.

I clicked try again/edit, and it didn't list my card, just had a spot to enter a new card...so I reentered my card (a Discover) and then it says:

"We're sorry. An error occurred when we tried to process your request. Rest assured, we're working to resolve the problem as soon as possible. Please try again in a few minutes"

Any thoughts?


Did you get this resolved?


What's going on for deals next week?


Our deals next week will be:

Sonic 4 Ep 1 - $4.99
Sonic Generations -$7.49
Dreamcast colleciton - $7.49
Renegade Ops - $7.49
48 Game Genesis Collection - $7.49
NBA 2K12 - $9.99 (we had to do this again for March Madness!)

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#30 thegreatest

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 05:09 PM

I would have enjoyed NBA 2k12 at $4.99. Wasn't it that low in December? I swear I missed a great deal on NBA 2k12 lol