Summary: Portal 2 is a gem unlike any other. Continuing from the story plot, you wake up in another cryo chamber then meet a humorous artificial intelligence core named Wheatley who plans on making you escape. Now, single player is not a thing that all people enjoy in video games, they prefer to compete with or play with a friend/enemy. Portal 2 lets you compare ranks within test chambers you complete in single player by time and amount of portals you use.
Summary: I love this game, it's extremely fun and contains endless hours of fun because of the co-op modes and online workshop levels. However, it has been out for a number of years and could be found cheaper at a gaming store.
Summary: An excellent story line and highly innovative gameplay mechanic, Portal 2 builds on the original game and then some. I found the overall difficulty of the game slightly more challenging than the original; however, the game is not extremely difficult and should be within reach of most players. Hope they make a Portal 3!
Summary: This is a game that you can play on and off, you don't have to play it every day to keep in going. It does not care if you don't play for 6 months, it just picks up right where it left off. The other cool thing is that int eh early stages, there are a number of clues to let you know what the idea is that you are trying to accomplish.
Summary: I bought an iMac for audio production and decided to look for a mouse pad. I bought this simply to have GlaDos on my desk since I already have both a Wheatley and Turret statue. The top surface is smooth and the bottom doesn't slip at all. It is a little bigger than I expected, but hey, it's GlaDos!
Summary: My son absolutely LOVES this game! However this game can only be used on one computer period! If you want it on multiple computers you have to pay for multiple codes to download the game onto the other computers.