This site is garbage. I made a order but didn't receive it until I spammed their garbage customer support (that only work via the homepage and they reply with unreplyable e-mails, so again garbage) Once I got fed up with them and wanted to cancel the order I suddenly got the game code sent to me and now I can't refund it. Or well I can but only in in-store credits, so I'm still forced to spend the cash on their garbage store even though I don't want to support them at all by this point. AVOID THEM even if that means you have to spend a cent or two more!
Bait advertising. They sold a game with a surprisingly good discount, but provided dummy keys so no one could activate it. It was refunded later.
Gave me an invalid Steam key, when emailed got an automatic reply that was entirely irrelevant.
Same as the other recent reviews. Bought a game, received an invalid key, and an automated response to support that was irrelevant. Don't deal with this "merchant".
Constantly tells me my card is not verified on Paypal when it is, making any purchases impossible.
Purchased Total War Rome 2 Emporer edition. Received an invalid steam key which is 32 digits. Support responded with an automated reply stating the activation servers are down during their transition period of a sale from 4 years ago. Not to mention that would entail the game I got was a download from them and not a steam game. The auto email is totally irrelevant to my support ticket. I replied to the automated email they sent and got an identical email to the first one as soon as my email sent
The Valkyria Chronicles 4 key they sold was not a valid Steam key. Customer support only replies with an automated response.
Bought Valkyria Chronicles 4, got a key that is not in any standard Steam format. Customer support gives only automated replies. Avoid and don't waste any money on this shady site.
Sold me a fake steam key that wouldn't activate because it was well beyond the character limit for steam keys. Don't buy from this website.
They sold me a garbage key that wasn't even in the required valid format for steam. Haven't heard back from them yet.
Meh service in most cases, but their refund policy is good. You can refund any game within 14 days of purchase if you have less than 2 hours total playtime. You do need to install and start the game first, however.
EA does a lot of bad things, but their refund policy is arguably the best. (For games published by EA.) Within 24 hours of starting the game for the first time you can refund it for any reason.
Really good refund policy for games bought through their storefront. Purchases made within 14 days with less than 2 hours of play time automatically qualify for a refund through an automated process.
So called "competition" to Steam, but really it's just a steaming heap.
Has less than 1% of the features Steam has, but still takes 12% from devs with nothing of value to offer in return, and act like they're some sort of savior to the industry, because "big mean ol' Valve takes 30%" (while offering substantial value through Steam services.)
Not to mention engaging in the most asinine and blatant displays of anti-consumer behavior, like paying of devs to release exclusively on the EGS.
Epic is also 40% owned by Tencent, a Chinese company, likely giving any manner of data to the Chinese government.
This kind of fragmentation and greedy, anti-consumer behavior is the kind of stuff that led to the games crash of the '80s. Unless you want to see another crash, avoid the EGS like the plague.
Have started to phase itself out - site on low maintenace mode & features removed or missing.
Got few cheap games from there, worked fine, activated on Steam
Worst plateform ever.
I've bough a key yesterday. My key was "under review" meaning they ask me a bunch of informations (paypal mail, game name, my name, etc..). I send everything they need. Today, i see they send me a paypal refund. No communication, no reply to why, they delete my order on their website.
This plateform is just a joke. Avoid it.
Decent deals. But absolutely no refunds, no exceptions. Buy at your own risk.
No quality control, it's hard to discover new games because anything without a massive PR budget gets buried in mountains of cynical shovelware.