Reviews for Portal 2 Classics

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Great Sequel!

dec57 | July 9, 2013 | See all dec57's reviews »

It is hard to comeby a good sequel to a game and Portal 2 is one of those rare games that deserved to be called a sequel. The first game was a masterpiece and this game is no exception. The use of the Portal gun and new puzzle elements will leave you scanning the entire room for the solution manically. The Co-op element is something special too as it gives you and a friend (or enemy) to build your teamwork skills and solve puzzles (or send them to their grave) with mass amounts of tests to be completed. The workshop also allows you to create your own portal 2 test chambers and download others for free! Now stop reading this review and go think with portals!

88

Good sequel to an excellent game!

britishlad | June 22, 2013 | See all britishlad's reviews »

Portal was a game that reinvented gravity and dark humor. It was a short game but did not outlive it's welcome. Portal 2 created new mechanics and extended the length of the game to liven the experience. In Portal 2, Chell is dragged back into Aperture Laboratories to fight for her life again. She finds a new companion with a recognizable voice, and his name is Wheatley. The voice acting in the whole game is great, and it truly feels like a first person experience. The portal gun is the best thing invented since sliced bread. More chambers and tests are available, as well as Easter eggs of Ratman and the turrets. You just have to find them. Portal 2 has recreated the word teamwork. As two robots, four portals are needed for puzzles. Highly recommended espically for the co-op mode!