Two Worlds 2
Go to Zuxxez's web store and purchase a download license.
Here is a link for it (remove the spaces between the T's and the : & // as the CH Board software doesn't handle secure links very well) :
ht tps: //secure.zuxxez.com/shop_new/product_info.php?currency=USD&products_id=167
Scroll down to "Available Options:" and change it to "Download ENG"
Click on the button labeled "In Cart" to add the game to your shopping cart.
Click on the "Checkout" button.
The game is listed as $62.08 USD, but when I bought it last night, it was only $51.33, your experience may vary.
Also, the Paypal link did not work for me, as they do not accept US Dollars as a payment option, so you have to use a Credit Card if you are outside Europe.
[Edited by madatcheats, 11/26/2010 5:33:24 PM]
In this day and age where the internet spans the globe that boggles me to no end. Isn't it time companies stop with this provincial attitude and think global for all of the above named media? Of course there are laws that get in the way. In most cases these laws are there thanks to the related companies themselves. A good example of that was Star Wars episode 1, check out the insane difference in release dates here : www.imdb.com/title/tt0120915/releaseinfo
It came out where I live (and I am European) 6 whole months after the release date in the US. By the time it was in theaters here the whole plot had been spoiled for me.
In my opinion this is one of the main reasons behind the 'success' of piracy. I am just glad Steam exists because of that. More than half of the games in my ever growing Steam library never even made it to the local game outlet.
You can't get a regular copy of Black Ops (and other games) in Germany, because the content of the game violates german laws.
What this topic is about is not at all different from importing a game. Perfectly legal. Perfectly safe.