In case you haven't heard, The Last of Us is really, really good. If you still haven't played the game that went all Meryl Streep on the DICE Awards (after picking up Kotaku game of the year honors, no less), you can pick it up on Amazon today for just $30. I might have to buy myself a PS3 now just to play it.

Update: If you prefer Newegg, they have it for $28.

The Last of Us [PS3] | $30


If you're looking for a cheap foothold into Nintendo's ecosystem, you won't do much better than this. You were going to buy one of the Pokémon games anyway, so this is like getting the system for $90.

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Nintendo 2DS with Pokémon X | $130


If your Xbox Live subscription is running dry, top it up for another year. $40 is about as cheap as you're ever likely to see this.

Xbox Live Gold (12 Months) | $40


Featuring 5.1 channel surround sound, 4K pass through, and fantastic reviews, the Yamaha RX-V375 receiver is an absolute steal today at $200.

Yamaha RX-V375 Receiver | $200


In case you missed it over the weekend, we've got great deals on both the iPad Mini Retina and the Kindle Paperwhite. Best Buy is the proprietor of both discounts, knocking $50 off all iPad Mini with Retina Display models, and 20 bucks off the Paperwhite.

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These are the Commerce Team's choices for best tablet and best e-reader, so if you're looking for either, don't hesitate.

iPad Mini Retina | Starting at $350

Kindle Paperwhite | $99


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