Portal 2

released on Apr 18, 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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This is masterpiece. The puzzles truly make you think outside of the box but I think the game is also simple enough for people who don't like video games to even enjoy it. The multiplayer mode adds a whole new set of challenges and is good. The game even has a story which just adds to this already amazing experience.

Hey there! So you're looking for a review of Portal 2? Well, let me tell you, this game is seriously awesome! If you loved the first Portal, you're gonna go absolutely nuts over Portal 2.
The gameplay is just so damn fun. I mean, who doesn't love blasting portals all over the place and jumping through them? And the puzzles are seriously challenging, but in a good way. You feel so smart when you finally figure them out!
But what really makes Portal 2 stand out is the characters. GLaDOS is a sarcastic AI with a serious attitude problem, and she's just so entertaining. And Wheatley, well, let's just say he's not the brightest bulb in the box, but he's hilarious.
And the writing is top-notch. I laughed out loud so many times while playing this game. The humor is just so clever and well done.
Overall, if you're a fan of puzzle games and snarky humor, you absolutely have to play Portal 2. It's seriously one of the best games I've played in a long time. So go ahead, grab a slice of cake, and dive in!

I don't think I can talk about Portal 2 without talking about Portal. Portal almost feels like a prologue, so I'm lumping the two together as one complete package.
Portal 1 is an incredible tech demo of sorts. It showed off brilliantly that Valve still had it, they could still innovate and exercise the genius that they still had in 2007. It's an engaging game with a fun setting and a fun singular character. GLaDOS is an incredibly fun villain and is iconic for a reason. I loved playing Portal as a kid and to this day it remains one of my favourites. However, I don't think I'd think of it so highly without the existence of Portal 2, and vice versa.
Portal 2 expands on EVERYTHING Portal 1 offered. Aperture labs is almost Seussian now, it is so whimsical in how everything moves and glides past one another, mechanical arms and panels moving around effortlessly. It feels like an organic creature that lives and breathes, literally putting life into an otherwise cold, desolate environment. GLaDOS is still as amazing as ever, just as funny and witty. However, she's also accompanied by Wheatley, another incredible antagonist. The twist that he was the game's true villain sent chills down my spine, and the slow, creeping realization that people have whenever they realize that he is going to betray you- I'm literally having goosebumps thinking about it.
Portal 2 also introduces so many new mechanics, all of which are fun. The gels, the laser bridges, excursion funnels, all of it is so fun to toy around with and it gets the brain going.
Overall, the Portal games are some of my favourite and in my opinion, some of the best video games ever made.

O modo história vacilou um pouco na minha opinião. Um tempo bem relativamente longo para uma história que poderia ser encurtada e teria o mesmo impacto.
O modo multiplayer é super interessante e poder baixar mapas da Workshop deixam bem mais legal.

Make life take the lemons back. Kinom single player, and mutliplayer story.