Is the game on sale anywhere?

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2 years ago#1
Im willing to pay 40 and less
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2 years ago#2
look online theres loads of sites that sell keys in general
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2 years ago#3
im looking for a link...
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2 years ago#4
depends EU or us side of things

cd key house or warehouse is ones ive used in the past
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2 years ago#5
I personally wouldn't trust any of those CD key resellers, they usually border on sketchy (ex. possibly selling stolen keys, requiring a VPN or different region to activate, etc.) - and thing is, if Steam doesn't like it and revokes the game from your library, you're SOL; appealing either to the seller or Steam basically never results in getting the game back.

IMO, just wait for a Steam deal, or something more likely, a deal on Amazon or Newegg.
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2 years ago#6
CardigansFan posted...
I personally wouldn't trust any of those CD key resellers, they usually border on sketchy (ex. possibly selling stolen keys, requiring a VPN or different region to activate, etc.) - and thing is, if Steam doesn't like it and revokes the game from your library, you're SOL; appealing either to the seller or Steam basically never results in getting the game back.

IMO, just wait for a Steam deal, or something more likely, a deal on Amazon or Newegg.


i bought a russian key for mw3 for 13 as apposed to 40 steam can not legally do anythig as youve purchased the game legally some site yes are fishy but sme like cdkeywarehouse is legit. But steam has cracked down on russian key if you use a russian key you have to play via a russian ip same as activating the key
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2 years ago#7
podge16 posted...
steam can not legally do anythig as youve purchased the game legally


Nope. I know for a fact Steam revoked a lot of keys for Dead Island, purchased or not, that were actually stolen from some database leak or something. And that's not the first time they've done stuff like that IIRC. Steam basically owns the games regardless of where or how you bought them, and they can revoke your entire account on a whim (ex. if they find out you're trying to sell your account).
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2 years ago#8
CardigansFan posted...
<Steam basically owns the games regardless of where or how you bought them, and they can revoke your entire account on a whim


Scary, isn't it? When you "buy" a game on steam you're basically renting it indefinitely. I've heard tales of people losing their ENTIRE Steam library over a single game activated via Russian VPN.
2 years ago#9
by law steam has to have a good enough reason, i know several people who have activated via russian vpn. steam will give you several warnings before revoking a game or an account, unless its hacking then buh bye
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2 years ago#10
mkshifteuphoria posted...
CardigansFan posted...
<Steam basically owns the games regardless of where or how you bought them, and they can revoke your entire account on a whim


Scary, isn't it? When you "buy" a game on steam you're basically renting it indefinitely. I've heard tales of people losing their ENTIRE Steam library over a single game activated via Russian VPN.


It's been like this forever. It's nothing new with Steam. You never actually buy a game. You buy a license to play it.
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