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Submitted by Nitrowolf2 1376d ago | news

Project Temporality – It’s Portal meets Braid on crack, with avatars

TPG: Press Release: When Project Temporality arrived at its posting outside Neptune and the Kuiper belt, the management announced the truth to the personnel. The protests that have arisen since have now brought the project executive, Admiral Melville, to come forward and advice everyone to behave: (Project Temporality, Xbox 360)

Pikajew  +   1376d ago
How is this like Portal?
ryhanon  +   1376d ago
Because it looks totally awesome. I mean, just look at it!!

You can stand on switches!!

And there's elevators!!

But in all seriousness, is anyone supposed to care after having seen that trailer? Cause really that looked pretty lame.
Tired  +   1376d ago
It looks nothing like portal...It's just the clank sections from the last Ratchet and Clank game.

The game done by one half of portal looks like portal
gameguidedog  +   1373d ago
Portal meets Braid, good analogy!

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