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What was the day-to-day life like inside Aperture Science? Find out in this fan-made, fictional video about the scientists who might have worked at Aperture Science's labs if they were real. Repeat: this is not a documentary, its all made up.
You've seen the trailer; now watch the show. A group a fans speculate about the professional atmosphere that might have taken place inside Valve's popular puzzle series, if GLaDOS had never existed.
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Did you mispe;; something?
"Repeat: this is not a documentary, its a;; made up. "
It's okay, Ben. I accidentally use semicolons instead of l's all the time. Not kidding.
Great start episode.
A hilarious first start!
First Nuka Break, now this. The people at Wayside Productions sure do have good taste in games. Awesome video.
That was great.
It's a decent attempt, but I hope the show improves from here on out. I don't say that to be mean to the guys that worked on the show, but it's a wee bit lacking. The thing about Aperture from the games is that there's always one dominant personality that holds your attention; GlAdos, Cave Johnson, Wheatley. That personality was absent here.
Props for good effort, but I hope the next episode has a bit more ego; a bit more dysfunction.
This is very similar to how valve devolps games (thats why it takes so long)
Still lacks the same humorous charm that came from the games but, it was still fun to watch. I hope it gets better.
Great! I really enjoyed that!
This is interesting for sure.
please make this a web show
I see good potential in this series. It had a good premise, good characters, and good jokes; but can it be more than a one off experience. I'd like to see more interaction with personality cores and see the portal gun being used or misused.
This was awesome! But there's 4 things that need improvement. 1. There needs to be some Portal Guns, 2. Cave Johnsn, 3. It needs Chell. 4. I'd say it needed....... GAAAAAAAAAABE...NEEEEEWWWWEEEEEEEELLLLLLL!!!!
Man that was a good documentary. I can't wait for episode two.