Important Message for all IncGamers Readers!

From 26 May this site is no longer being updated. Why? Because we have a new home for PC gaming goodness.

The IncGamers team bas now moved to PCInvasion.com which is all shiny and new.

If you have an IncGamers.com site account it will be active on the new site. Head there now for our welcome post.

Note: All IncGamers content will remain live on this site but the main page will change shortly.

GameStop offers gift cards in Deus Ex debacle

26 Aug 2011 by Paul Younger
GameStop is rolling out some damage-control measures after the PR disaster of, first, removing OnLive coupons from PC copies of Deus Ex: Revolution and then removing the PC version from the shelves altogether. If you ordered a PC version of the game through GameStop you should soon be receiving an email, detailing your entitlement to a $50 GameStop gift card and a 'Buy 2 Get 1 Free' pre-owned purchase. People who wandered into the store and managed to pick up a PC copy of Deus Ex: Human Revolution before it was pulled, I think you're out of luck (unless GameStop happens to know your email address). To claim your apology gift card, you'll need to bring a copy of the email and your receipt for Deus Ex to a nearby GameStop store. "We regret the events surrounding this title release," the email states. Just in case we haven't plugged it enough yet, here's the IncGamers review of Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Spoiler: it gets a good score. Source: joystiq.com

GameStop is rolling out some damage-control measures after the PR disaster of, first, removing OnLive coupons from PC copies of Deus Ex: Revolution and then removing the PC version from the shelves altogether.
If you ordered a PC version of the game through GameStop you should soon be receiving an email, detailing your entitlement to a $50 GameStop gift card and a ‘Buy 2 Get 1 Free’ pre-owned purchase. People who wandered into the store and managed to pick up a PC copy of Deus Ex: Human Revolution before it was pulled, I think you’re out of luck (unless GameStop happens to know your email address).
To claim your apology gift card, you’ll need to bring a copy of the email and your receipt for Deus Ex to a nearby GameStop store.
“We regret the events surrounding this title release,” the email states.
Just in case we haven’t plugged it enough yet, here’s the IncGamers review of Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Spoiler: it gets a good score.
Source: joystiq.com

Related to this story
    Register an IncGamers account to post comments or use Disqus.
    You can also post via a social network.