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Who is your favorite 3rd party reseller for (mostly) steam games?
cdkeys.com is my favourite
No GOG.com? For shame.
They don't really deal in steam keys though, which is what the poll was poking at ;P
I swear the guy edited it just now. Used to say storefront instead of reseller didn't it?
No idea, though it's not what I saw when I got here. In a seven minute window, anybody could have been ninja'd I guess? \:3/
Life lesson, don’t sware at stuff if you don’t know for 100% you are right.
In this case, you are wrong, I have never used the phrase “storedront” in my whole life, and I did write “mostly steam games” since the beginning.
Not only that, poll question and everything related to poll in general is in fact un-editable.
My bad. But calm down there buddy.
Im calm, I won’t ninja people so don’t worry.
let's test that theory =p.
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Btw it’s I’m
tbh idk if having a capital in i'm is a must or not.
I am pretty sure it is :)
yeah lol, i assume you knew i was from israel right away from my name, and visited my stema profile to confirm.
i use kinguin a lot
Humble Bundle or Green Man Gaming, can't really decide since I use both quite much :)
It was humble bundle for me until they stopped having game bundles (Its all comic book and book bundles these days.) (I voted fanatical)
fanatical and humble bundle mostly =)
Same here - They tend to have more games that I like at a variety of prices.
If Fanatical didn't have mystery keys, I think they'd close their poll gap with Humble.
Same, and I agree with RenegadeMeister about Fanatical having less votes because of their lootboxes.
i prefer amazon pay so i am currently limited to gamesrocket and gamesplanet, since HumbleBundle stopped supporting this payment method since IGN took over...(¬､¬)
Hmmm you can still use Amazon pay on Humble. I just checked now, you just need to click the 3 dots for more payment options.
Oh should have mentioned that they only removed that option for certain countries. Germany for example and other parts of Europe.
Ah ok I'm sorry =(
That sucks that they did that
None, aside from bundles I only buy from Steam shop directly, because regional prices.
Fanatical. Excellent customer support is the main thing.
Humble is second due to this reason.
I only check the Humble Store quite frequently, other than that I buy wherever I find a good deal for a specific game. WinGameStore often had good sales on games I wanted.
I'm a mac user, and I would NEVER buy games on the mac store, even if it's the only mac version of a game. They are way too expensive and never go on sale. I buy from Humble or Fanatical mostly. I like the fact that you can get DRM-free versions of games in the Humble Store.
For Bundles Humble and Fanatical are my first choice, in this order.
For selected single games (or especially DLC) WinGameStore and GamesPlanet often offer better prices.
i see one indiegala employee took part in the poll :P
If you'd asked me a year ago, I'd have said Humble.
Today it's Fanatical. On top of their prices (and then usually an email coupon on top of that), their Steam wish-list syncing is something every site should offer.
Reseller imo is quite negative term used for sites like g2a
But from that list HB/Fanatical
Reseller is the wrong term for what you are asking for.
From your list: fanatical and humble bundle.
But my favourite reseller would be kinguin as I never had troubles with them and service/support is great, even without buyer protection, which I never bought.
Kinguin probably. They never made me spend my money, that is good, right?
Apart from the occasional bundle I almost only buy from Steam directly because of wallet money. With the even more occasional exception of buying from devs directly via their websites.
That's too bad we can't vote for two stores... I hesitated between Humble bundle and Fanatical...
I guess I should check Fanatical more frequently...
Right now my preference for getting games(including different plattforms) is gog > humble > steam > epic* > kinguin
*I wouldn't mind purchasing more games there, but I don't need to pick up a game when it is still 60€ and their selection is still relatively limited.
Humble for bundles, GMG for pre-orders (rare as those are). Otherwise I generally wait for Steam sales to buy stuff, though if they continue being like the last one, that may change.
Trading is easily top one aka copy from a random person. 2nd most likely G2A, so again random person. Third is very likely Humble. If Steam would be considered it would be 2nd or 3rd and Bundles would be easily 1st.
Bought from quite many stores so far and had mainly positive experiences, be it popular HB, Fanatical or less liked HRK, G2A, Instant Gaming lot.
Meh (considering offers, rarely some good offer might pop up)
G2A (before this year it was actually pretty good)
Worst (not exactly experience with all, but they seems very shady or ask some rather personal informations)
Would still have plenty of stories left based on ITAD and Allkeyshop, which i haven't tried out and most likely will not, but who knows. o.o
Right now it's Chrono.gg. Very nice people. When I've had a problem they respond and solve it very quickly. Their sale prices are very decent. They give us nice stuff for free and they don't sell garbage. And they do charity.
True. I bought a few of their daily deals as well, they often have all-time low prices or close to. But easy to miss them with the time limits.
Also I got Underhero from their coinshop and it turned out to be one of my favorite games of the past few years, so that was neat ^-^
Can confirm that Chrono.gg has the most awesome customer support.
(Fanatical's support is pretty good too, Humble's is adequate but never better than that. Gamesplanet is my favourite store overall though, and Wingamestore a close second as they have often the best prices (as I can pay in USD there instead of EUR).)
I'm mostly using voidu nowadays