Summary: Portal has a lot going for it and it is a very unique game. Basically, this is a puzzle game where you control a gun which an create two portals; one orange, one blue. These portals serve as the means to jump between two points. Here is an example.
Summary: game rocks, but even better in the orange box,.
Pros: beautifully made game, absolutely wonderful.
Cons: deserves three starts becuz of the price, for 8 bucks more you can get this game, team fortress 2, hl2, hl2 EP1 and hl2 ep. 2. steam should at least drop this price to 10 bucks or something. GET THE ORANGE BOX PEOPLE!
Summary: I bought this game to spend my offtime enjoying. Unfortunately, where I am currently situated has no internet and I haven't yet been able to play. Looks like I'll have to wait until I get back home to give it a shot.
Summary: I ordered the Portal DVD expecting a stand-alone game for the PC. Imagine my surprise when I discovered that I had to sign on for Steam in order to play it. Although I have a strong video card and processor, the game crashed frequently or stuttered both in video and sound.
Summary: The game itself doesn't have very good graphics, but the sound and music are just fine. There's only one act in the whole game, but the levels are fairly challenging. There are upgrades and characters that are not found in Warcraft 2: Tides of Darkness & Beyond the Dark Portal.