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*PRE ORDER* Portal 2 For PC/Mac - £22.91 Delivered *Using Voucher Code* @ Asda Entertainment
*PRE ORDER* Portal 2 For PC/Mac - £22.91 Delivered *Using Voucher Code* @ Asda Entertainment

*PRE ORDER* Portal 2 For PC/Mac - £22.91 Delivered *Using Voucher Code* @ Asda Entertainment

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Portal 2 for PC/MAC at ASDA Entertainment for only £22.91! Use voucher "S20" for £2 off a £20 spend.

Voucher was in an email and valid until midnight Wednesday - hurry! Quidco possibly also available (4%), bringing price to £22 exactly.

Release Date: 22 April 2011

Portal 2 draws from the award-winning formula of innovative gameplay, story, and music that earned the original Portal over 70 industry accolades and created a cult following.

The single-player portion of Portal 2 introduces a cast of dynamic new characters, a host of fresh puzzle elements, and a much larger set of devious test chambers. Players will explore never-before-seen areas of the Aperture Science Labs and be reunited with GLaDOS, the occasionally murderous computer companion who guided them through the original game.

The game’s two-player cooperative mode features its own entirely separate campaign with a unique story, test chambers, and two new player characters. This new mode forces players to reconsider everything they thought they knew about portals. Success will require them to not just act cooperatively, but to think cooperatively.

14 Comments

The PS3 version that comes with a Steam key seemed like a better deal, assuming you can resell the console version and keep the steam key for yourself. If they can't be separated, and you don't want two copies, it's probably not.

Looks like a good deal to me. Amazing how new PC games deals never get voted as hot as they deserve on here, have some from me.

Tempting

Cheaper than the two pack on Steam! Hot!

If I were to get this on PC, I'd wait to see what kind of deal Steam offers on release day.

But I'll be getting it on Xbox, because my PC is bloomin' rubbish.

OliWarner

The PS3 version that comes with a Steam key seemed like a better deal, … The PS3 version that comes with a Steam key seemed like a better deal, assuming you can resell the console version and keep the steam key for yourself. If they can't be separated, and you don't want two copies, it's probably not.



I'm still waiting to see how this is going to work as I should be able to get on a friend's PS3 and register an ID.

LOOKS LIKE IT will be a good game, ill wait till its sub £20 for a hard copy, dont like steam at all.

splatsplatsplat

LOOKS LIKE IT will be a good game, ill wait till its sub £20 for a hard … LOOKS LIKE IT will be a good game, ill wait till its sub £20 for a hard copy, dont like steam at all.



It's a steamworks game. It'll require steam whether you purchase a digital or hard copy.

The only way of playing without Steam will be to pirate it.

Infinite Element

If I were to get this on PC, I'd wait to see what kind of deal Steam … If I were to get this on PC, I'd wait to see what kind of deal Steam offers on release day.



Steam do pre-order offers not release day offers, you'll get a little discount at the minute it's £26.99 and then probably some crappy skin or hat for TF2. But given it's cost £4 then hardly worth it.

Oh and it comes with a free copy of Portal from steam.
Edited by: "MrPickles" 8th Mar 2011

Quidco is tracking at 92p, bringing this to £21.99

TehJumpingJawa

It's a steamworks game. It'll require steam whether you purchase a … It's a steamworks game. It'll require steam whether you purchase a digital or hard copy.The only way of playing without Steam will be to pirate it.



I mean console?

I dont remember having to register or log in on steam (although i do have an account for half life 2) for portal 1 on orange box 360?

Great price, thanks for this. Anyone know what ASDA are like for delivering on release day?

OliWarner

The PS3 version that comes with a Steam key seemed like a better deal, … The PS3 version that comes with a Steam key seemed like a better deal, assuming you can resell the console version and keep the steam key for yourself. If they can't be separated, and you don't want two copies, it's probably not.



I don’t think you get a separate copy as such. I might have this wrong but I figured as the PS3 will be using steam you will register with steam and just be able to play it on either format, much like the way you can currently buy a steamworks game and play it on either PC or Mac. So I don’t think you’ll be able to just sell your PS3 copy and still play it.
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