Pre-Order at GamersGate, Get Blue Coins and Other Bonuses

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Digital download site GamersGate launched a new pre-order program today. Now when you pre-order games you will receive a small quantity of Blue Coins (GamersGate’s online currency) to put towards other purchases, and on select titles you may also receive free games as an added bonus, such as a free copy of Space Siege with Alpha Protocol, Majesty Gold Edition with Majesty 2 or Red Factions 1 & 2 with Red Faction: Guerrilla. What’s more, the pre-order program offers a 30-day price-drop guarantee — if a game you pre-order drops in price within 30 days and stays at that lower price for more than five days, you will be refunded the value of the price drop in Blue Coins.

These are the games currently up for pre-order:

Pre-order Football Manager 2010 – get Outrun 2006: Coast to Coast for FREE!
Pre-order Alpha Protocol – get Space Siege for FREE!
Pre-order Batman Arkham Asylum
Pre-order Majesty 2: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim – get Majesty Gold Edition for FREE!
Pre-order Red Faction Guerrilla – get Red Faction 1 and 2 for FREE!
Pre-order Sacred 2 Ice and Blood
Pre-order Raven Squad

P.S. It’s also Sega week at GamersGate. All Sega games are 50% off all week long.

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