D2D opens European store

By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 3 February 2010 15:53 GMT


Direct2Drive’s launched a European branch of its digital distribution store, catering specifically to European customers.

The new store provides customers living in continental Europe with the convenience of purchasing download-to-own PC and Mac games in Euros.

To celebrate the launch of the new store, D2D’s teaming up with publishers to host a series of price promotions, starting with THQ – who are offering 50 percent off all available games until February 9.

Right now, Red Faction Guerrilla is an even better THQ deal at 75 percent off.

Head on through the the link there so your wallet will stop itching.

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Red Faction: Guerrilla