Summary: I'm not a huge gamer so I can't compare this to some of the most popular ones. I started gaming with Myst and it's sequals, and continued with the adventure genre. I loved Portal and now Portal 2 – great adventure, puzzle, humor, graphics and sound, and a superb concept with exceptional physics.
Summary: It was a present for a 15 yr old boy. He loved it. I haven't seen it but the premise sounds awesome: world reality jumping through a portal. Not sure if that also includes time jumping. At any rate, looks cool and he loved it.
Summary: It Requires an internet connection to play - I got this so I'd have something to do in the field after work - couldn't use it because of the steam dependence. I INSTALL THE INTERNET therefore I cannot connect to it. The game plays well at home but I really have nothing to say good about this DRM stuff. When I'm home I prefer to do something fun on a weekend not be stuck inside all day playing this.
Summary: Now, this is one of the best games you will probably ever find. However, before you buy this I must warn you that you must install Steam (a game client I love using) to play it. However, the version of Steam on the DVD has a bug that makes it so it can't update. Do not install Steam from the disc. Instead, go to [...] and download Steam for free. Then use the key included in the Portal 2 case to download and install the game.
Summary: This game, The Orange Box, and any other game protected by the Steam security system can only be used by the original buyer. From the email I got from Steam: "Used CD Keys cannot be activated via Steam. This includes used CD Keys received as gifts, resold by an individual or purchased from a store selling used goods. If you have recently purchased this product, please contact the seller to discuss a refund or exchange.
A competent follow up for one of the most innovative puzzle games ever.
Felipe de Jesús Betancourt Gaona, Amazon
13 May 2014
Summary: Portal 2 lives up to its name. It truly makes you "think with portals". The game itself is magnificently crafted with the black-comedy script most people will recognize from robotic-assistant-murderer Glados, and the desolate but inspiring stages of the ruined scientific complex of Aperture Science labs.