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Submitted by N4GAddict 1260d ago | review

Portal 2 Review (Mac Life)

Mac Life writes "Shoot two portals -- enter through one, exit through the other. That’s the main principle of the Portal franchise, and that mockingly simple premise defies the incredibly complex game mechanics in Valve’s second outing with the Portal gun. Plus, this time around you can add motion-detecting turrets, tractor beams, some “thermal discouragement beams” (AKA lasers) bridges made of light, and gels that affect your momentum, jump height, and portal placement to the mix. That’s Portal 2." (PC, Portal 2, PS3, Xbox 360) 4.5/5

Yehshuah  +   1260d ago
game of the year

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