Ps. This game is rated T for mild violence and Blood. But there is very very very little language involved. There is no Cake, so it should be rated M
Portal was the result of a student game from digipen, Narbacular Drop. In the game you play as Chell, a test subject for the Apature Science Enrichment center, who must traverse levels usin the Apature Science Handheld Portal Device, or Portal gun. Chell is guided by the seemingly harmless AI GLaDOS. The story is excellent and the graphics are good as well. There is combat, of you can call picking up a cute looking cute sounding robot and turning it on it's side combat,
posted by NeedForGaming (LINCOLN, NE) Jun 10, 2012
Member since Jun 2012
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I decided to write this review for an old game that many people aren't familiar of, and for anyone looking it over. I'll never say this for any other game ever again: perfect. 10/10. I cannot think of a thing wrong with this. Clever, humorous, and puzzling. The physics are amazing. I bought this game a month after it released to see how average it was. It practically blew up in my face it was so good. It may be short; but short games for short release time, right? That's GOOD. It's also fun to see how fast you can complete a specific puzzle after you've beaten it ten times over. To anyone who doesn't like it: you should be ashamed to call yourself a gamer.