Portal 2 Is Your Deal of the Day

Steam is selling Portal 2—our sibling site Kotaku's 2011 game of the year—for $5 today. Although this game isn't the newest, it's still got a huge fanbase because it has a solid co-op mode and it's one of the few first-person games that isn't a violent shooter. It's also just plain fun.

The Steam version of Portal 2 works on both Mac and Windows, and if you've already got the game, you can give your copy to somebody else, and then play co-op with them. Hell, if you're really in the giving mood, you can get two copies for $10. And if you don't want to start Portal 2 without catching up on the GLADoS storyline, there's a Portal 1 + 2 bundle for $7. Check out the deal over at [Steam.]


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WTFriday: a 4K HDTV For $1200

Portal 2 Is Your Deal of the DaySAbout a week ago a TV sporting 4k resolution made by the company Seiki showed up on TigerDirect. At first, people were dubious, mainly because it sported a $1300 price tag—and if you follow UltraHD TVs, you know most of them cost as much as a sedan. Well, Mario Aguilar was able to get his eyes on one, and it's not all hype: there's really a 4k HDTV that real people can afford (or aspire to afford.) After the Giz pieces, TigerDirect bumped the price up to $1500, but with the code TJM88351 it's only $1200. At that price, you can have the first TV with a 3840x2160 resolution in your neighborhood, and you won't even need to take on a second mortgage. [Tigerdirect]

Accessories

16GB HP Flash Drive ($8) | Amazon via Deals Kinja | Originally $12
PNY Key Flash Drive 16GB ($8) | Best Buy via Edealinfo | Originally $15
Stanley Global 4-Port USB 3.0 Hub ($18) | Amazon via Ben's Bargains | Originally $30
Star Wars: The Old Republic Gaming Headset ($60) | Amazon via Edealinfo | Originally $100
Linksys Dual Band 802.11n Router ($80) | Cisco via Dealmac | Originally $120
25% off Griffin Technology | Griffin via 9to5Toys | Use coupon code GRFNSAVES25
Stickman Run ($0) | Amazon Appstore via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $1


Miscellaneous

5LB Albanese USA Gummy Bears ($9) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $15


Apple

No Apple stuff.


Audio

ATH-M30 Audio Technica Headphones ($37) | Amazon via Deals Kinja | Originally $50


Gaming

PC
• 75% off all Grand Theft Auto Games | Green Man Gaming via Moneysaver | Use code GMG20-GGN5D-FC3NA
SimCity [Origin] ($41) Green Man Gaming via Moneysaver | Normally $60 | Choose $10 credit or $7 cash at checkout | Use code GMG20-GGN5D-FC3NA
Guild Wars 2 ($39.99) | NCSoft via Moneysaver | Normally $60
PS3/360
• Pre-order Batman: Arkham Origins ($49.99) | Newegg via DealNews | Normally $60
Mass Effect 3 2 ($14.99) | Newegg via Moneysaver | Normally $40
Bioshock Ultimate Rapture Edition [Bioshock 1+2] ($24.96) | Amazon via SlickDeals | Normally $30
360:
2 games for $30 | Walmart via DealNews | 51 choices including Halo 3 and Bad Company 2.


Physical Media

Portal 2 Is Your Deal of the DayS

Holy schnikes indeed. $7 at [Amazon]

Pokemon Collector's Set [DVD] ($5) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $10
Legally Blonde ($5) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $10


Digital Media

Amazon threw 14 original pilots online earlier today. Sure, you have no idea whether they'll ever become real shows, but free is free and this content is free (for now.) [Amazon]


Clothing

Orvis Heritage Field Coat ($125) | Orvis via Reddit | Originally $200
50% off Men's Warehouse* | Men's Wearhouse via Reddit | You're probably gonna hate the way you look.


Dumb TV → Smart TV

Panasonic Smart Blu-Ray Disc Player with WiFi ($50) | 1SaleaDay via Cheapstakeblog | Originally $100


Laptops

Refurb Asus Zenbook w/ 128GB SSD ($519) | Ebay via Ben's Bargains | Originally $700
Acer Aspire S7 ($900) | Microsoft via Gizmodo | Originally $1200


Desktops

No desktops.


Tablets

Refurb Kindle Touch 4G ($59) | Daily Steals via Deals Kinja | Originally $100
32GB Nexus 7 ($175) | Newegg via Ben's Bargains | Originally $250
32GB Asus Transformer Pad Infinity ($370) | Woot via Ben's Bargains | Originally $450


Screens

25" 1080p Refurb Display ($160) | Newegg via Dealmac | Originally $200
Acer 3D Home DLP Projector ($405) | Newegg via Edealinfo | Originally $520 | Use coupon code EMCXSWL25
Optoma GT7503 3D Projector ($530) | B&H Photo via Deals Kinja | Originally $600
Dell Ultrasharp 21:9 Dissplay ($540) | Dell via Dealmac | Originally $600
55" Samsung 1080p LED HDTV + $400 Gift Card ($1000) | Dell via Deals Kinja | Originally $1200
80" Sharp 3D TV ($3700) | Abe's of Maine via Edealinfo | Originally $4500 | Use coupon code VDINE100


Portables

Galaxy S4 with 2-Year AT&T Contract ($168) | Walmart via Fatwallet | Originally $200
Unlocked Razer V ($250) | Expansys via Fatwallet | Originally $350


Camera

Tpax B&W Effects ($40) | Topaz Labs via Photography Bay | Originally $60 | Use coupon code bw21
Nikon Coolpix p310 ($169) | B&H Photo via Photography Bay | Originally $300
Canon 5d Mark III ($2800) | Canon via Photography Bay | Originally $3300


Bare Drives

250GB Samsung 840 Pro SSD ($200) | Adorama via Ebay via Slickdeals | Originally $250
15% off Intel, Sandisk, Kingston, Crucial or OCZ SSDs | Newegg via Deals Kinja | Use coupon code EMCYTZT3329


Apps

iOS

Sonic Dash ($0) | iTunes via Dealmac | Originally $1
The Last Express ($2) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $5
Raiden Legacy ($2) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $5

iPad Only

Star Walk HD ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $5

Android

Stickman Run ($0) | Amazon Appstore via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $1
Jewellust ($1) | Google Play via Appsales | Originally $3
Edge Extended ($1) | Google Play via Appsales | Originally $3
Edge ($1) | Google Play via Appsales | Originally $3


Hobomodo

Yellowstone or Bust Sticker ($0) | Wyoming.org via Reddit


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