Portal 2 review
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Portal 2 is a puzzle game created by Valve Corporation. This game is a sequel to Portal, which was released in 2007. Portal 2 is scheduled for release in the United States on April 19th, 2011, and in the EU on April 21st, 2011. Portal 2 is a puzzle game, in which the player controls a character named Chell in the Aperture Science Enrichment Center. The player can create portals to solve puzzles or to escape from enemies. The game offers co-operative gameplay for up to four players.
The gameplay of Portal 2 consists of solving puzzles by using the portal gun, which can create two portals at different points. The player can use these portals to bypass obstacles or gain access to areas they wouldn't otherwise be able to reach. There are more than 20 levels in the game, and the game is divided into four eras. The game is notable for its dark humor. There are two types of gameplay in Portal 2. The first type is the puzzles in which the player creates portals in order to find a way to the next part of the level. The second type is in which the player must survive the traps in the game, usually by using the portals to evade the dangers. The game offers co-operative gameplay for up to four players.
Portal 2 is built on the Source game engine, the same engine that was used for Portal. The game runs on a DirectX 9.0c or higher graphics card, which is required for video cards that are older than 2004. The graphics in Portal 2 are very high-quality. The game is rendered in 1080p with a 60 frames per second refresh rate. The graphics are very detailed, with a high level of massive models, textures, and shaders.
Portal 2 is built on the same engine as Portal, so many of the puzzles are similar to those in Portal. However, Portal 2 has more varied puzzles with different mechanics, so the game is not repetitive. There are more than 20 levels in the game, and the game is divided into four eras. The game is notable for its dark humor. Portal 2 is a game with a great replay value. The game has a great variety of puzzles, each with many solutions. The game also has many achievements, which will keep the player coming back to the game.
- Great graphics
- Interesting puzzles
- Many opportunities to use creativity
- Many hours of gameplay
- The game does not have much of a story
- Some puzzles are too hard
Portal 2 is the sequel to the game Portal. Portal 2 is a game that requires the player to solve puzzles using portals. The player is able to create two portals which the player can use to move objects and themselves through. The player can create a portal on a wall and another portal on a surface and the player will be able to shoot an object through the first portal and it will come out the second portal. Portal 2 has a lot of new features and it has a lot of new puzzles. Portal 2 also has a lot of new dialogue and story.