Excerpt: Like so many others here at Family Friendly Gaming, I look for games that are really good deals. I also look for games that Family Friendly Gaming has not previously sounded off on. The Portal franchise fits into that perfectly. I used the Xbox 360 version of this game for this review.
Conclusion: There was some good innovation though, with the various paints and their extraordinary powers, but again they never really made a test challenging. The one saving grace is the humour and interplay between the characters and yourself. That alone made it worth playing to experience!
Excerpt: Fear not: this review has been the subject of endless scrutinisation to ensure that you, our cherished reader, do not have one of the best experiences of 2011 - nay, of recent years - ruined for you in any way, shape or form.
She has a Medical Degree. In fashion. From France.
29 May 2011
Excerpt: Innovation. That's a word that gets thrown around a lot in game reviews, and rarely is it ever really deserved. Portal was an exception. From its humble origins as a student project at DigiPen, Portal's innovative (See? See what I did there?
Pros: My co-op partner's reaction to me falling onto a springboard and being flung to my death.
Cons: If I think of one I'll you'll be the first to know.
Excerpt: Before I say anything else in this Second Opinion about Portal 2 , I want to be clear about the fact that I enjoyed the game and found it to be a quality piece of work. It's certainly better than the majority of the drek I've seen in 2011, so please don't misunderstand me...
Pros: Wheatley's voiceovers.
Cons: The frustration from a particular puzzle at the end of the underground area.