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By , March 23rd, 16:12

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Awesome

The game is so fun to play alone and coop plus you have some puzzles that make you think for a lot of time so yeah. The only bad thing is trying to play in coop but with a random player because you can t comunicate good enough with them.


By , March 2nd, 00:08

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Incredibly awesome.

This is seriously the most awesome game I've ever seen in my entire life. Just by playing the start of the game it already feels amazing. It is challenging, and at the same time incredible. I cannot even describe this awesome masterpiece.


By , March 1st, 23:30

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Supiii

hab zwischen durch echt angst bekommen ... hab dann sogar noch von geträumt.. u digga wenn du noch da bist mal ein kleiner joke...geht ne frau zum arzt.. ja geil ne ... versteht den selbst net aer gut ist dann doch so stumpf das es manchmal aber auch nur manchmal lustig ist.. meine fresse warum schreib ich das hier überhaupt... juckt doch später eh keinen mehr


By , February 16th, 14:53

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Simply wonderful

A game that is perfect in absolutly everything that it proposes to do you can pass a level in 5 minutes or 5 hours the dialog lines and the story are funny and interesting at the same. The game forces you to think outside of the box to figure out the solutions to the puzzles and what is going on in the story.


By , February 8th, 19:19

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The Portalty

Portal 2 kicks off with player waking up in the Aperture Laboratories, the human behaviour research facility from the first game, and finding out very quickly that things have gone haywire. Aperture is a wreck: without GlaDOS – Portal 1's female AI antagonist – to run things, the facility is in an advanced state of disrepair. Walls are crumbling, test chambers malfunction and every room the player moves through is riddled with smashed windows, natural overgrowth and broken machinery. In the opening stages of the game, players are introduced to Wheatly, a stammering, motor-mouthed droid voiced by Stephen Merchant, and reacquainted with the Portal Gun, which creates interconnecting portals capable of bending distances, and physics, in their environment.

They're also soon reunited with GlaDOS, who takes umbrage at their presence and decides that a new round of potentially lethal tests is in order.


By , February 3rd, 16:05

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Oh boy

Good puzzle game if you enjoy getting absolutely ticked off with the game when you can't figure something out. Even with a low end computer it runs fine with good graphics. Amazing game that is worth the money


By , January 14th, 21:49

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Out of Time

Incredible concept of game. I could play for years; action, reflexion, funny and serious, this is something very particular;I love it.
The maps and environment are very beautiful, original. There's a lot of easter eggs and very nice atmosphere between dream and chaos.


By , November 24th 2017, 05:14

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Worthy successor in both gameplay and characters

Valve did a commendable job expanding the gameplay of the original in robust and fun ways, and adding the voice of Stephen Merchant as great new character to make the journey compelling and funny.

I didn’t play a lot of the co-op campaign, but what I did play seemed solid.

The original Portal was a surprise in tone and gameplay, and if you had played any of the half-life franchise, there were mysterious tie-ins to that as well. This is a great follow up. I hope they make a third.