Cheap Steam Downloads Is the Agoraphobic's Deal of the Day

By Andy Dawson on at

Why would you bother going outdoors into the fierce winds, dark fogs and hot rain just to buy yourself a brand new game, when you can just as easily get it sent down an internet pipe straight into the bosom of your home?

Exactly – it makes no sense whatsoever. It’s because of that actual outdoor grimness that we’re parping a celebratory trumpet in the direction of Steam, online purveyors of downloadable games. They’ve got a sale on at the moment and as far as we’re concerned, top of its pops is Portal 2 for the PC – you can get it for only £6.79 RIGHT NOW. And if you don’t have its predecessor, they come as a bundled pair for just £7.81.


Today's Bonus Dealz:

- Panasonic DMP-BD45 Blu-ray player – down from £129.00 to just £55.20
F1 2010 for the PS3 and Xbox 360 – only £9.99 delivered.
- Life – 10 hours of BBC natural history mayhem on Blu-ray for £11.69.
- Trauma Centre: New Blood for the Nintendo Wii – only £3.99.
Sandisk Sansa Clip 8GB MP3 player – only £29.99


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