Summary: Not a bad games, but since I've only just got into it I may add more to this review alter. I was glad to see that they supported my Xbox windows gamepad and that makes it a lot easier to play. I'm still feeling my way around and am getting used to the gameplay. Overall, at present time not a bad game.
Summary: but BEWARE: when I got my copy it didn't look like it did in the picture, it had this ugly yellow cover that said EA on the sides. That's the only reason I gave it four stars. I know its not that big of a deal, but I'm not really a fan of EA.
Summary: The game can only be played if you have internet with powered by steam. This does not work for me because I am not always some where I have internet! If I had purchased if on the internet I can understand, but I have a disk that I don't need and can't use.
Summary: This mouse pad is huge and is made of really high quality materials. I bought it for my 16 year old son who is a big gamer and he says it's way better than all the other mouse pads he has tried with the exception of the razor gaming mouse pad which costs an arm and a leg.
Summary: I really enjoyed the first Portal, and was looking forward to playing Portal 2. The voice acting and script are very well done. The graphics are good. The puzzles/experiments are challenging with new twists. The controls are simple and almost the same as the original game (they added zoom). It is definitely longer than the first Portal...it felt twice as long. However, I thought it dragged in a few places, and that's why I gave it 4 stars.
Summary: This is a great portal 2 turret replica. I would recomend it to any portal 2 fan. I loved the randomness factor of it. Like it says there are only 20 designs, 10 of which have the guns extended, 10 of which don't. The delivery was speedy and I got the really cool open table design. I really would've been ok with anything. There are no solid color designs like blue or green, so if you are a guy, you don't have to worry about possibly getting pink or something.
Summary: Fun office desktop figure to display... The construction on the legs is a bit flimsy, but for those that have played the game before, this was actually most of the objective, to tip them over so they didn't spot you.
Great puzzle-solver, great in-game story, awkward installation
Kenya Starflight, Amazon
30 October 2012
Summary: Let me start off by saying two things: 1) I am not a "hardcore" gamer. By this I mean that I don't play many video games, and those I do play tend to be more "low-key" than the typical gamer's fare -- Mario Kart, Plants vs. Zombies, etc. If I am going to invest in a "shoot-em-up" or other more traditional video game, it needs to have a good story or premise behind it (as is the case with War For Cybertron, Diablo, etc).
Summary: There are already some really great, full featured reviews here (on Amazon) and elsewhere. I would like to contribute some thoughts I think will be useful to a variety of target audiences by providing some points that have not been touched on. 1. This is a puzzle-style game that is innovative and creative enough to be highly enjoyable even for those who don't normally enjoy puzzle games. 2.