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Best 25 dollar PC game on G2A

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Im looking on G2A for a good PC game for 25 dollars, what would you reccomend


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I recommend

 

not buying on G2A :)


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I believe Witcher 3 is at that price.


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Here are some examples for good games that I personally like : Arma 3, Witcher 3, Wolfenstein TWO,GTA V, Mass Effect the Collection, EUIV,CK2 etc...

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4 hours ago, ShadowCaptain said:

I recommend

 

not buying on G2A :)

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Posted · Original PosterOP

@ShadowCaptain @totjup5 i have baught about 50 games on g2a and most of my friends have baught more games each and the only problem we ever had is having to contact g2a support and wait an hour or two


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58 minutes ago, 21rkosta said:

@ShadowCaptain @totjup5 i have baught about 50 games on g2a and most of my friends have baught more games each and the only problem we ever had is having to contact g2a support and wait an hour or two

 

Didn't say there would be a problem

 

just questionable moral wise, between grey markets, stolen keys, credit card fraud in order to buy keys from companies

 

So I dont support buying from that store, especially if the game is from smaller studios who have actually lost money from having keys fradulently bought on fake credit cards and sold on G2A

 

 

Honestly,  - pirating a game and buying it later on sale is probably better than buying a key from G2A - since A) the dev might never see that money and B ) if the key is stolen it will COST them money when you buy their game etc (and i am anti-piracy and own 0 pirate items)

 

 

 

Levelcap did a great video on it 

 

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP

@ShadowCaptain yah its sucks, but its a free market so there is always problems, its like if there was a huge mall and there was some people that rented out a store in it and sold stolen goods there not going to shut down that mall and all other malls, your just going to shut down the people who sell the stolen goods and be ready to catch more people who engage in the act, steam provides a free market and g2a is the mall


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Just now, 21rkosta said:

@ShadowCaptain yah its sucks, but its a free market so there is always problems, its like if there was a huge mall and there was some people that rented out a store in it and sold stolen goods there not going to shut down that mall and all other malls, your just going to shut down the people who sell the stolen goods and be ready to catch more people who engage in the act, steam provides a free market and g2a is the mall

Doesn't mean you have to give money the shop that sells stolen goods

 

you are basically providing money to a company that does very little to prevent this happening, and is basically a breeding ground for this behaviour

 

but I wont preach to you, you clearly understand , and its your money and choice at the end of the day

 

as for what game, it really depends what you like and what you have already played :D and I have no idea

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP

@ShadowCaptain what are they supposed to do, think of a good idea of how they could make sure that the keys werent stolen, there is no real way unless a third party organization (Such as the police or a credit card company) decides to get involved, g2a is the ebay of game codes, a lot of stolen goods are sold on ebay every day, but no one blames ebay because they have no real way of checking every single good


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10 minutes ago, 21rkosta said:

@ShadowCaptain what are they supposed to do

 have the codes verified by the publisher etc


ban repeat offenders

 

offer support to publishers that have is happen etc

 

 

Personally I dont buy off ebay


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@ShadowCaptain there like ebay but on a much smaller scale so they have to charge for stuff like fraud protection (g2a shield for a buck) and seeing as codes are usualy randomly generated by a third party system (like steam or microsoft) and not created by the publisher or are automatically created by program, and most offendors are never legally recognized because typically no one enforcement entity (such as law enforcement or credit card companies) understand what is happening and who the heck to get information from, its a whole new online age of selling where there is barely any enforcement but that is not g2as fault as they do not work with any companies and probably have tried to do stuff like verifying codes with publishers but have failed, until some large company in this game (preferably steam) creates some time of video game law enforcement there is no control, when you buy videogames (even if you buy directly from someone like origin or steam) there is always a chance that the game you purchase will be fraudulently stolen


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9 hours ago, ShadowCaptain said:

 

PsiSyndicate also did a great video about it

most key on G2A are sold by people that got them from Steam sales, Giveaways or Humble Bundle.

If keys were stolen , G2A would have a lot of backcharges, and it doesnt.

 

 

 

 

and for OP, id get ArmA 3 if you dont have it already, if you do, get Apex.


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