And just in case Inky's statement wasn't clear enough for you ladies here, EA was responsible for the PS3 version of The Orange Box, which was, in fact, a very sh*tty port compared to the 360 and PC versions.
Valve, creators of best-selling game franchises (such as Left 4 Dead, Counter-Strike and Half-Life) and leading technologies (such as Steam and Source), today announced Portal 2 for shipment this coming holiday season.
Valve Time: This year's holiday season Actual Time: Holiday season of next year
This post has been edited by Supreme. on Sunday, Mar 7 2010, 13:29
That's the updated ending which was included in the update only on the 3rd of this month. Also, was anyone missing those underlined characters on the Steam page? I screencapped it in case it was a time-bound thing they did in order to stay mysterious.
See those characters? "d r a t t m a n n h 0 n e e"...?
I did a bit of investigation. Drattmannh0nee. The update notes for the Portal update simply said: "valuable asset retrieval". Obviously with Chell being the 'valuable asset'. It also update the Portal in-game BBS - you can now log in with "drattmann" as the username, and "h0nee" as the password.
Actually, you know what? No. I just realized there's a very long and intricate ARG that this all relates back to and I'm not going to explain it because I simply cannot be f*cked. Google it. ...sorry guys.
This post has been edited by SaintJimmy on Monday, Mar 8 2010, 05:40
One new detail complicates Valve's carefully implemented continuity - Portal 2 takes place hundreds of years after the original game. We assume the party associate stashed Chell in some sort of stasis chamber in which she's quietly passed time.
Am i the only one who finds this interesting? If aperature science facility center is still controlled by glados, after hundreds of years, does this mean the combines havent been driven away from earth yet?
What does GLados have to do with the combines? You do know that the combines have NOTHING to do with Aperture science. Aperture Science and Black Mesa were actually two competing companies as far as I know. That's it... combines have nothing to do with it.
On top of that: I find it quite disturbing. When I read it takes place 'hundreds of years' after, and that chell is still alive... it's a bit too much in my opinion. Though I'm sure Valve knows how to pull it off properly.
I'm really curious about this co-op mode...
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