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Portal 2 (2011) Game Information

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Portal 2 (2011)
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Overall Rank:

9

Avg. Rating:

4.83/5

# of Ratings:

6

US Release Date:

04/19/2011

Platform:

PlayStation 3

ESRB Rating:

E10+
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Developer:

Valve Corporation

Publisher:

Valve Corporation

Genres:

Action (First-Person Shooter)

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Also Available On:

PC (Steam), Xbox 360

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  dbarry_22
dbarry_22
Hardcore Gamer
 

01/23/2013 (1 of 1 found this helpful)

A Better Sequel to an Already Great Game

Portal 2 expands from the original in several great ways making it the best puzzle game to come out in a long time.

Portal 2 is based on a simple concept. You obtain a gun that can shoot 2 different portals. One is blue, the other is orange. You can't shoot a portal on just any surface, it pretty much has to be a white wall. Once you've shot both portals, you can walk in one and out the other. That's pretty much it and it's that simple concept which makes this game so great.

Puzzles can include a variety of obstacles. There's the very often used button switch where you can either stand on it or place a block on it to activate. There are lasers where you must redirect them to new activation nodes or you must block them. There are catapults which launch you from one end of a r...

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  Nelson Schneider
Nelson Schneider
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02/10/2012 (2 of 2 found this helpful)

Huge Success!

“Portal 2” is the full-length sequel to “Portal,” a short but oh-so-sweet FPS/Puzzle hybrid that was included in “The Orange Box” multi-platform compilation by Valve. While “Portal” was more-or-less an introductory project by a team of new hires at Valve, whose senior project at DigiPen, a ‘game’ called “Narbacular Drop,” introduced the central portal-hopping mechanic, “Portal 2” is a fully-realized entry in the on-going narrative of Valve’s ‘Half-Life’ universe. But is it possible to successfully stretch a bargain-priced, 3-hour experience into a full retail game?

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“Portal 2’s” graphics are exactly what one would expect from a current-generation, polygonal FPS. The textures look good and there are no jaggies – there’s really not a whole lot to say about the graphic...

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