Summary: I am a huge fan of FPS, from Doom to Modern Warfare and let me tell you that this game is on the next level! The only time I can remember feeling this excited just to think about playing a video game was back in the Nintendo days of Mario Bro 3!
Summary: This game's installation process is a bit clunky, with internet verification, log-in username, and password required in order to run Steam. The game also crashed a few times in the loading stage (I'm currently using Windows Vista).
Summary: Portal is a whole lot of fun in very concentrated doses. It is short, but stretching it out probably wouldn't have been a good idea. Despite not being great at puzzle games myself, I was never seriously stuck, but I did have to think to get through some of the more difficult parts.
Summary: Portal definitely a fun and out-of-the-box game. The price that I found it at was more than a bargain. The only thing that brought down the rating was the fact that it's a short story line, but I have played it multiple times, and it's still not boring, and still has some funny things inside of it.
Summary: This is one of the best puzzle games I have ever had the privilege of playing. The game play is spectacular, the graphics are perfect, theres plenty to chuckle at, and best of all it takes some real problem solving skills! This game mixes First Person Shooter with puzzle game brilliantly.
Summary: It is fabulously executed, and incorporates a surprisingly captivating plot for it's simplicity. As the trailers say: you really "Start thinking with portals!" You will be walking around your house, or the library or any building and begin to plan out a portal route to your destination =-D It also...
Summary: I love this game, but it's very difficult to play on a laptop computer. you really need to have a separate mouse and keyboard to play it, otherwise testchamber 18's second part (with the turrets) will really cause problems. it's near impossible to get out of the room without the mouse and keyboard.
Summary: You find yourself stuck in a maze. The way you must combine skills and ideas to design your own path is a blast. This is so much more fun than a blood-and-gore FPS. This is a 5 star game, but it left me wanting more, meaning there didn't seem to be quite enough there.
Summary: This game is part of the computer game pack, The Orange Box. The Orange Box has 5 games: 3 individual games and 2 expansion packs. The 3 games are Half-Life 2, Team Fortress 2, and Portal. The Expansion packs are Half-Life 2: Episode 1 and Half-Life 2: Episode 2, both sequels of Half-Life 2.