Still don’t have Portal 2 or Mortal Kombat?

Right now, if you still don’t have Portal 2 or Mortal Kombat, you’ve been missing out – they’re two of the best games to come out this year. If you’re not sure if you’ll like them, I highly recommend that you try out the demos.

But for most of us, I’m fairly certain we’ll like at least one of the two. And for these people, today is your lucky day. As of right now, both of these great games are on sale! I just bought Portal 2 yesterday at this highly discounted price and I can’t wait to play it. The deals are below – I’ve linked you to them. Don’t hesitate – these deals won’t last forever, you know.


Right now, Portal 2 can be had for $35, BRAND NEW from Amazon (360 | PS3).

If you prefer GameStop, they’ve got it on sale, too. $40 for it new (360 | PS3).

If you don’t mind used from GameStop, then it’s the same $35 there, too (360 | PS3). As always, you can avoid shipping charges (and as a result, waiting) by choosing the PickUp@Store option at GameStop. It works for both new or used, and let’s you pay and then go pick it up later. Lovely.


If it’s the fighting and gore you want, then the new Mortal Kombat is available on Amazon (360 | PS3) for the low price of $40.

Oh, and you have a free shipping option here, too, if you can wait 5 days for it.

I’ve already bought Portal 2 myself. Great deal and if you’re interested, don’t hesitate or you’ll miss out!

EDIT: The Amazon sales are no longer available. Portal 2 is now $40 on both consoles via Amazon. Still a very good deal. Mortal Kombat is now $50. Th Gamestop sale is still available at this time.

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