Although GameLaden seems to have a hard to find English language option, it isn’t difficult at all to navigate your way through the site. The tabs are, thankfully, labeled in English, meaning you can sort your way to the game that you want by looking through “Action” or “Strategy”, then just look at the pictures of the game covers to find the game you were seeking. Note, however, that the items being offered on GameLaden are mostly CD key codes: you will have to enter them in specific sites to be able to even download the game that you wish to play.
GameLaden manages to cover a broad range of products in their collection of CD keys for games. The site has access codes for game distributors like Steam, and also has a good collection of Xbox Live download codes that you can purchase. Aside from game codes and CD keys, the site also sells keys for general software like Kaspersky AntiVirus and Microsoft Office, and codes that allow you to load up on the iTunes store to purchase your favorite movies and music albums.
Payment on the site is covered by the ever-dependable payment systems of PayPal, VISA and MasterCard, along with a few additional systems like UKash and Barzahlen that can handle customers from the European countries. Sadly, there is no BitCoin option for the internet-savvy customer to pay in.
What gives GameLaden an edge in the CD key online retailer industry are the incredibly low sale prices: one game on the site was dropped down to only €7 compared to its original €60 price tag. The sales last for quite a while as well, with the longest going on for a day and a half.
Due to the seeming lack of an English option, it may be a bit more difficult for native English-speakers to feel like utilizing the site. However, with the price sales, at least the Germans should have no trouble in finding what they need at a bargain.