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More Portal 2 DLC

October 23, 2011 Leave a comment

Valve have already announced that there will be some more Portal 2 DLC arriving some time early 2012. Not too much is known yet, prices and what it will fully contain have yet to be announced, as is whether or not it will beĀ availableĀ on all platforms. What is known though is that people will be able to create their own test chambers!

How fucking cool is that! In a sort of Halo Forge style you will be able to create your own test chambers post them online and people will vote for the best ones. Now that on it’s own actually sounds like the shiznuts so I wouldn’t be surprised if end up getting it even if it isn’t free!

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Peer Review Results: Orange is clearly better than Blue…

October 6, 2011 Leave a comment

What’s that you say? New Portal 2 DLC? Ah, I bet it costs money… Wait… IT’S FREE?!?! Well it must not have very much in it then… There’s a whole new set of challenges and puzzles for Multiplayer? AND it’s free?

Pinch me, I must be dreaming…

OW!! Fuc- Well yeah, anyway! Now that I’m done messing around, I’ll actually tell you about it.

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Turret Opera Explained

October 3, 2011 Leave a comment

Some of you might well have been wondering why the Portal turrets, machines designed specifically to fill you with more holes than there are holes in the scientific theory behind most of Aperture’s experiments, are able to bring tears to many a gamer’s eye with their hauntingly, beautiful Turret Opera which is sung at the end of Portal 2. Read more…

Portal 2: Now STOP Thinking with Portals!

July 25, 2011 3 comments

Now I realise that this review is coming about three months late. Well you know what, you can just deal with it! Having left days before the release of Portal 2 I wasn’t around to review it when it was released in April this year. Since I got back however I put aside some time in the past few weeks to complete it and I managed to finish the game and hear the ending song just yesterday! Hooray! Read more…