My cousin and I have been playing online games, been doing it since we were teenagers (we're both over 30 now, so that's so many years now). Despite the fact that I prefer to use a Mac, and he is strictly a PC gamer dork that derides Apple as a too-expensive yuppy-hipster brand (and he loves to rub it in), we manage to find common ground on a few online Mac-PC cross-platform games like Starcraft, Diablo3, etc. Since he moved to a different state, it's our main way to stay close… sporadic online gaming. So this Christmas… I thought about "gifting" him a game that we could both play, a good example is the recently released Baldur's Gate 2 EE. Available for both platforms, and will easily play on somewhat older hardware. The problem is clear if I went ahead and bought my Mac copy (for myself) through the Mac App Store, which means I probably cannot play online with his Windows copy. So this rules out buying from the Mac App Store. So my questions are twofold: #1) Where is there a good selection of online games like BGEE2 for both Macs and PCs. Even slightly older games are fine. #2) And that place has to allow me to "BUY" my Mac copy for me, and then buy a Windows copy as a gift to send to him. I know the Mac iTunes and App Stores makes it easy to "gift" any music or app, but again… games purchased from the Mac App Store typically will only online play with other Mac users. We also enjoy Blizzard's games. I think there is an upcoming expansion for Diablo3. I could get him (pre-order) that since it was just announced, he likely doesn't have it yet. Does Blizzard allow "gifting" from their online store?