More adventures of Atlas and P-Body? Oh hell yes!
The title pretty much says it all.
…but you aren’t going to play it.
In another shocking display of how much they hate their fans, Valve has decided that your money is not good enough for them. They’ve even gone so far as to offer you the first volume of their Portal 2 Soundtrack, entitled “Songs To Test By,” for the insulting price of free.
And by “digs deep” I mean “takes a reactionary stance and rides that baby all the way to the bank.”
Now that the PSN is back, what will you do with your Playstation time?
Montage of Mr. Johnson’s best quotes about what science can/will/has done to you.
Now you can kick it GLaDOS-style and make your own test chambers. You could also probably make some furry wonderland made entirely out of genitals. Dev Kits are crazy like that.
It’s hard to tell if J.J. Abrams is trying to become the next Steven Spielberg with the trailers for this movie. I can’t help but feel like this movie will be a weird conglomerate of E.T. The Extra Terrestrial and Cloverfield.
GLaDOS and Wheatley weren’t enough for you?
Welcome folks, to WPR’s review of the multiplayer Portion of Portal 2. We are currently using magic and science to bring you this review through a conversation that I had with my cohort in crime Dennis Baquedano.
Since Portal’s release in the Orange Box bundle four years ago, it has found a place as one of the most popular and most frequently referenced games of the the last ten years. Thankfully (and not surprisingly), Valve had the good sense to shy away from the stale references that made it an internet phenomenon […]
The story’s are spreading around the net, that an interactive trailer for Super-8 (jj abrams) is included in the game play for Portal 2. Has Portal 2 sold out its ethics and become a platform for advertising?
With Portal 2 coming out so soon, I’m starting to salivate… literally. So here’s a music video recap of the first Portal to get you ready.
Now with enough taters to make Slingblade blush!