Portal 2: Love at Second Sight

Portal 2 is here and it outshines its predecessor in every way. The 2007 surprise blockbuster was only three hours long and came packaged with several other games in the Orange Box. The astonishingly well written and inventive puzzler generated memes for months to come and is still quoted today. “The cake is a lie” and Jonathan Coulton’s ending credits song Still Alive are plastered on t-shirts and are available in the Rock Band store. How could such a successful independent game get a sequel that would do any justice to the first game? Valve found a way.

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Kran2639d ago

Glad you gave it a perfect score. Theres been a lot of them lately ;P

thriftynerd2639d ago

I adore Portal 2, completely deserves the 5/5.

Ellimem2639d ago

Am I aloud to review a review?

Fuck it. I'm doing it anyway.

I give this a review a 5/5.

blumatt2639d ago

I never got to play the first Portal game back in the day. But I rented Portal 2 on PS3 a couple days ago, and I fell in love with it quickly, after trying to figure out what the hell I was supposed to do. haha It took me about 5 minutes to get used to going in the blue portal and out the orange one.

Awesome game and very refreshing to play among all these shooters nowadays. Thank you Valve and Gabe Newell for releasing it on PS3, especially with Steam support. Very classy, you guys are.

Ellimem2639d ago

Back in the day? It was 3.5 years ago, it's not like we are talking about the E.T. game.

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