In the year 2007 you woke up in a lab, uncertain about what was going on. There was only one thing that you could rely on: GLaDOS. At first, it seemed like the artificial unit was out to help you, teaching you how to use the portal gun to maneuver through a series of tests, but as time progressed GLaDOS’ intentions became more sinister. You managed to take GLaDOS out, but we all know that science isn’t put to bed that easily.
Welcome to Portal 2 for the PS3.
You wake up and everything feels like a surreal case of déjà vu. You’re back in the lab, there’s no sign of life … and GLaDOS is out to get you. Well, she claims that she isn’t, but the spiteful things she says to you speak otherwise. You’re forced to test all over again, GLaDOS’ passive aggressive demeanor even more chilling than the last time. But now there are new ways to use the portal gun and more crafty gadgets to play with, including light bridges, new cubes, and some sort of wondrous goop. When you finish with the single player campaign there’s an all new two player co-op mode where you and a friend take control of two robots. These aren’t the same tests from the single player mode. These tests are world’s different and more difficult, because as GLaDOS says, robots can be rebuilt over and over again.
With a much richer story, a more vengeful GLaDOS, and a challenging two player co-op mode, Portal 2 will certainly overwork your PS3 …
• Extensive single player game featuring next generation gameplay and a wildly-engrossing story.
• Complete two-person co-operative multiplayer game featuring its own dedicated story, characters, and gameplay.
• Advanced use of physics allow for the creation of a whole new range of interesting challenges, producing a much larger but not harder game.
• Original music.
• A massive sequel to the title named 2007's Game of the Year by over 30 publications worldwide.
• Available worldwide for the PC, PS3, Mac and Xbox 360.
- Action, Puzzle
- Valve Corporation
- Valve Corporation