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Whether it's Half-Life's well-polished single-player experience, Left 4 Dead's intense multiplayer mayhem, or the amusing puzzle-like experience that was Portal, it's hard to argue with Valve pedigree, but you can certainly try if you'd like.
How did you feel about the ending of portal 2? The ending made me think alot about if there would be a sequel (i'd love one), and about Aperture Science. I've never thought so much about a something in a video game before.
One died in India. Three was tracked down in Brazil. I am the only one left. I am The Second Musketeer
I loved it. When I saw the moon I was thinking to myself "Nah, that's impossible." Then I tried anyway and that is now one of the best moments ever in gaming.
Yeah, I thought the same thing when I saw the moon. I have a creepy feeling that Aperture's been doing some naughty experiments up there as well.
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It was one of the best ever, IMO. Especially when you get your burnt Companion Cube back. I loved him so much... Except when he threatened to stab me.
Eli, you just brought back some wonderful memories. That was definitely an underrated moment in the game.
I just shoot at the moon for no reason. In my desperation to break free from Wheatley, I shoot everywhere, so it was rather surprising (and kinda shocking) to see the events unfolding.
As for Chell's fate, I hope she may stumble upon the Free Man in the future, as proposed here.
It made me feel like a hero in the Aperture Science labarotories.
SONIC THE HEDGEHOG!!!!!!!!!!
Well, I've played the game through about six times and twice with the commentary, so... I think what the devs said meant the same thing to me. there shouldn't have been death for a character we know and love as one of our ex-allies, and letting him off the hook would be too, well, stupid. Plus, I liked that the space sphere was finally happy. SPAAAAACE!!!