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Bundled with Valve's amazing \"Orange Box\" game compilation, the original Portal shocked the world with its ingenious puzzles and incredibly charming narrative when it released in 2007. While the innovative 3D puzzler was universally praised, the game did receive one major criticism. \"It was too short,\" cried many fans. Most gamers were able to finish it within five hours. With Portal 2, Valve is fixing that issue by delivering a lengthy standalone game. In addition to offering a meatier single-player campaign, Portal 2 ups the longevity by featuring a separate two-player cooperative mode.\r\n\r\n One of the reasons Portal received so much praise was due to its witty brand of humor. The sharp writing was carried by GLaDOS, arguably the greatest videogame villain of all time. This evil \"female\" robot returns to put gamers through more fun and challenging test chambers. \r\n\r\n For those unfamiliar with the franchise, Portal requires players to use a \"portal gun\" to solve puzzles. Whereas guns are typically used to kill enemies, the portal gun doesn't shoot any bullets. Rather, the item allows players to teleport by shooting two different colored portals (orange and blue) along walls. For instance, players can shoot a blue portal onto an adjacent surface and then blast a subsequent orange portal to a far-away ledge. By stepping into the blue portal, players exit out of the orange portal thereby reaching an otherwise impossible-to-reach area. Using this ability, players are forced to solve intricate physics-based riddles. The puzzles in Portal 2 are even more dastardly than ever, but are even more rewarding and satisfying to solve.
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