GT - "Aperture Science is alive and booming! See what's new with GLaD0S and friends in this trailer from the Spike Video Game Awards 2010!"
I just disagree with one thing: They said this was the most anticipated game of the year. I don't think so.
It was the best of what they had on the list. inFAMOUS 2 was my pick, until Uncharted 3 had to fucking show up and make me cream my pants
yeah, but they made that list. It's a poorly made list, in my opinion. I think more people are anticipating Elder Scrolls 5 now than Portal 2.
Let me mention that Deus Ex human Revolution ,Duke Nukem Forever ,Crysis 2 , Twisted Metal and Last Guardian are very anticipated titles as well 2011 is full of awesome and many poor gamers as well lol
Depends which demographic you ask. To some, the original game was pure gold, and a sequel is anticipated.
game looks awesome xD fun anyways, and does the blue robot/orange robot represent the multi-player aspect? im sure they mentioned cross platform gaming for the ps3/pc right?
I can't wait for this game.. going to be amazing.. it was nice trailer.. hope it will have split-screen..
Dying for this game but what a weak trailer...
I'm not trying to be selfish or ungrateful but when I watched this I was like "Is this it" I was expecting some twists and turns in this trailer with GLaDOS and more humorous dialogue
You have no choice but to. That or bit*h about something that ended up buggy because it was rushed. Complain about something that was delayed yet still buggy because it shouldn't have been put out. And i really can't be the only person here who saw trailers tonight and was generally disappointed because few showed gameplay.
i thought it was a great trailer. it showed that these two mates have a bit of a personality and even showed how they gave them emotions which you can even see from a robot!! this is my most anticipated game for next year. and boy is there a lot of other great games coming out!!!
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