The regional pricing in South Asia is usually very cheap (90% of the time).
Interesting approach, by having a single deal on a diffent game every day. Okay prices most of the time, sometimes pretty good. Their "Coin Shop" system is a really nice idea.
Can't say much about the store itself, except that they give away some pretty good games sometimes. The Humble Bundle section takes the cake by offering some legendary deals every now and then. Only minor annoyance is that when a bundle includes a game your connected Steam account already owns, they give you a "gift link" for that game instead of the key.
One of the best key resellers. Great prices that rival even Steam's own deals at times. Simple and flawless service so far. Just pay attention when buying Ubisoft titles. There are plenty of sweet deals, but they usually activate on uPlay, which you might not like.
Goes without saying. Pretty good at providing the basic store, client and multiplayer services. Some things could be said about some other pratices of theirs, but that's not reallly relevant here.
The site and some deals may be a bit confusing at times, but they mostly do a very fine job. Only ever had one minor problem (got a different "get X for free with purchases over $Y" deal than what was advertised), but they were quick and generous at solving it.
Amazing service. The DRM-free focus and the fact that you're not forced to use their client app really says something (even though their app is pretty good too).
Pretty good. They've got nice bundles and prices. Never had a single problem with them, and I've been buying with them ever since they were called BundleStars.
The first time I purchased a game from GamersGate, I had no problem whatsoever. I attempted to place another order with them a week later, but this time I was informed that my $10 order had been flagged for a "manual review". About a half hour later, GG cancelled my order without any kind of explanation, even though Paypal had successfully charged my card and then issued a refund after the cancellation.
I contacted GG support and asked them if they would provide me with an explanation as to why the cancellation had occurred, but all they told me in response was to try placing the order again.
I made another attempt at placing the order, but the transaction appeared to have failed after being redirected to Paypal's site. The status of the order on GG's site said "pending" and gave me the option to complete it, which I had attempted to do several times with the same results.
It was then that I decided that this hassle wasn't worth the small amount I would be saving over the current Steam sale price, so I decided to go there instead; however, it seems that there was now a hold on my credit card. It is important to note that my initial order on GG had gone through successfully, so there was obviously no problem with my credit card prior to them randomly selecting me for some seemingly senseless "manual review".
It appears that this is not an isolated incident as a web search for "gamersgate manual review" returns many results reporting similar experiences.
After going through pretty humiliating payment process requiring jumping through all kind of hoops the store keeps saying that the payment is failing. I had less hurdles buying my computer online than a thousand times cheaper game. I did try multiple times on different occasions and now I'm just going to blacklist the store from my notifications.
Purchase via Credit Card went smoothly. I had the key within 10 seconds.
When you use Paypal, you need to make sure that the primary Paypal email address matches with the Voidu account. If this isn't the case, the purchase gets refunded within 1-3 days after contacting support. Contact with support was great: They were friendly and fast.
Voidu does warn about this Paypal limitation multiple times during the whole checkout procedure, so it's not hard to miss, but it's not 100% clear that secondary Paypal email-addresses are not supported.
Never had a single issue with a Steam purchase. I just wish their client was faster. The refund policy is great, used it a few times and it's very helpful.
So far so good. I played two games in there without problems. It does not offer many games I would be interested in, though I can not complain.
I only purchased Diablo 3 there and what a bummer. Game worked great till I got to a point where it got buggy and could not proceed. I looked for help and tried many solutions which led to my computer being even more broken. It is but one game I had experienced. It just needs improvement. Games are expensive and should be better optimized.
I had unpleasant experience, after I purchased a game there, it disappeared, I got some Uplay points playing game, support did not help me in that matter and I lost my game. Despite that, I have another games which work great, and hopefully will not disappear.
They offer some DRM-games and old classics which would be otherwise forgotten. It is another way to dig some of my most favorite games back to my library.
I have purchased most of my games there. If I had troubles, I verified integrity of cache or installed some other packages needed to run games. But even though games disappear from store, they are still in my library, which is great.
I have purchased multiple keys from this seller and received them without any problems.