Summary: The graphics are okay, but the mechanics of the game are weird, and it was hard to get into the flow. Also, anything that is connected to Valve or Steam should raise a red flag. They take a lot of control and liberties with your computer.
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.
Summary: Having purchased other gaming mousepads this one sort of disappointed me. The art is great, I love it for that alone but the mouse pad itself is just a bit lacking. It's really thin, meaning any little nudge on the side will cause it to lump up and strait unrolled it barely lies flat.
So beautiful, but only really good for a few passes to improve your problem solving ability.
Timothy Wittik, Amazon
11 October 2013
Summary: Inefficient use of GPU resources, puzzles are nice if you had a good time with Portal 1, but the only real replay value is online. Co-op is only two player, and veteran players appear to get easily frustrated when paired with new online players, the learning curve for each shared challenge is very...
Summary: I didn't notice that this was a three-inch figure until I got it. Build quality is acceptable, though they should have made the light in the middle a separate round piece so it wouldn't have a seam (that would have been easy to do). Mine came with zebra stripes and was turret-closed.
Summary: Its a cute little figure, but the pic can be deceiving- apparently there are two versions: one, the sides open and the other doesn't. You're already getting a color that you can't pick, be prepared for a model you can't pick either.
Summary: I got this as a birthday present. It was ordered off of ThinkGeek, where it is cheaper, however they are out of stock at the time of this review. I was very happy and lucky to get the white turret, as I wanted. It's very cute, however it tends to fail.