Portal 2

Portal 2

released on Apr 19, 2011

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Portal 2

released on Apr 19, 2011

Sequel to the acclaimed Portal (2007), Portal 2 pits the protagonist of the original game, Chell, and her new robot friend, Wheatley, against more puzzles conceived by GLaDOS, an A.I. with the sole purpose of testing the Portal Gun's mechanics and taking revenge on Chell for the events of Portal. As a result of several interactions and revelations, Chell once again pushes to escape Aperture Science Labs.


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seeing the cute little turrets sing at the end credits was teh most rewarding thing ever


Here's a riddle: What does the Portal series have that many other Valve games don't? The answer: aesthetic.


This game makes me feel smart, i love it.


same situation as portal 1 for me


This review contains spoilers

This would've been 5 stars if Wheatley's turn to the dark side didn't come out of nowhere like it did. Otherwise, amazing puzzles, gorgeous environments, and a phenomenal climax! This is the textbook example of how you do a sequel that expands on the original!


Portal 2 is an emotionally powerful game that tells the story of a potato farmer named Chell who is forced to work for the evil GLaDOS (Genetic Lifeform and Disk Operating System) in order to escape from theEnrichment Center. The game is set in the future, and the player must use portals to solve puzzles and reach the end of the game. The story is political, as it addresses the issue of government control and the use of force to control the population. The potato farming gameplay is a metaphor for the way that the government controls the food supply and the people who work in the agricultural industry.

GLaDOS is an emotional and political villain who represents the government's control over the food supply and the people who work in the agricultural industry. The character is a metaphor for the way that the government controls the food supply and the people who work in the agricultural industry. The character is critical of the government and its policies, and it presents a very different view of the world than the one typically presented in video games.