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Very cool, and unique

posted by natalie (MINNEAPOLIS, MN) Apr 28, 2011

Member since Oct 2007

Like how the game pushes you to think in a way that is no normal in other words out side the box, love the single player and also played the multy player option in the game and must say it's nice and unique to the end make you feel smart. It also has a funny jokes.

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Super awesome fun

posted by wigscrue (HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA) Apr 27, 2011

Member since Mar 2010

Single player- This is very a theatrical adventure with a basic outline, a great plot that will keep you on edge. I just have a complaint there are new things like power gels they make the game even harder.

Co op- this is a great adventure a awesome time its so fuun.Its hard to explain.

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Very Good

Short, fun, but still just as mindbending...

posted by Gato_Del_Agua (KENOSHA, WI) Apr 27, 2011

Member since Apr 2011

The second iteration of Valve's award winning puzzle FPS brings with it the same spatial physics air that the first fried peoples brains with back in 2007. At the start it looks like nothing more than a revamped portal, but it quickly becomes apparent that the story has center stage this time around. Clever characters, challenging puzzles, and a new Co-op mode to boot. All around the achievements aren't too difficult, though they are riddled with easter egg related goals. The story stops short though, even after a VERY climatic ending. trust me.. this one is winning awards this year. Too few of the puzzles pushed my logic beyond it's breaking point. The Co-op gives a little bit more lifespan to this lovely title, but it too falls short of expectations. IF DLC is introduced in the NEAR future unlike L4D, which was promised masses of DLC and never followed suit on consoles, this game could come to represent a new generation of co-op titles. A pack of challenge maps, a staple in the first, are sadly missing.

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