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Portal: Still Alive

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mazonik78, Metacritic
28 November 2013
  • Summary: I have finished portal a hour ago, waw great experience, one of the best puzzle games ever, brain breaking tests for the thinking gamer, great black humor history, and the big motivation to get the cake, i still want to taste it...
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drlowdon, Metacritic
12 June 2013
  • Summary: Every once and a while a game comes along and takes everyone by surprise with its quality, Portal is one such game. Originally ported to the Xbox as part of Half Life 2: Orange Box collection its clever physics based puzzles and strange sense of humour was like nothing that had ever been seen before. Whether you like puzzlers or not Portal is a game that everyone should experience.
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Rox22, Metacritic
8 February 2013
  • Summary: I never got the Orange Box (nor do I want to) so I was glad when this was released on XBLA as it was the only title I was interested in. Portal is just a truly great, funny, imaginative and unique game that really does add something fresh to the gaming market. I get that it was never intended as a full release, but the only critique I have of the game is that it is far too short and it leaves you craving more. Overall: A must buy, regardless of your preference in gaming.
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Breegullbeak, Metacritic
18 January 2013
  • Summary: AS someone who wasn't going to waste money on the orange box for a single game, this title game is wonderful for those who just want Portal. The extra maps are nice and unlike the achievements in the Orange box, these ones are actually possible to obtain by human beings.
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wesker2012, Metacritic
1 August 2012
  • Summary: Original good concept, but not much meat to it. Single player can be completed in one hour.
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MoCStigma, Metacritic
8 July 2012
  • Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Truly awe inspiring. How Comedy mixes with Platforming and FPS, truly marvelous. It's one of the most memorable games I've ever played. The cake at the end of that game looked delicious and made me want to play it again... and I did.
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Watermelon789, Metacritic
10 July 2011
  • Summary: Portal is meant to play only by genius people. People that complained about this is because they cannot handle the puzzles. Never in my entire life thought about some company to put the FPS genre and fuse it with( as already said) puzzle genre. The graphics looks good and bad, but thats not necessary. The controls are great and the puzzles itself are bizarre.
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Overall 6
6.0

Played after having played Portal 2

gringote, Amazon
4 June 2011
  • Summary: Compared to Portal 2, this game is extremely short, easy (to figure out, but tedious to complete some levels) and just plain sort of boring. I found the voice of the computer in this first game to be very annoying. Portal 2, however, is awesome. I bought this after having played Portal 2 and wanting more levels but was disappointed.
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jdogginess, Metacritic
27 May 2011
  • Summary: When I played this the first time, I stayed up all night with my nephew and his foreign exchange girlfriend until we beat it. It transcended the language barrier. It was like nothing we had played before. It was clever, mind blowing, funny, challenging, innovative...just an absolute blast and completely engrossing.
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bashfulberry, Metacritic
9 May 2011
  • Summary: Portal is a great concept, brilliantly executed. Wonderful, intuitive puzzle design, a great visual aesthetic, and some of the funniest dark humor narration you could want. Short but there's not a bad moment to be found and this version of the game comes with a whole new challenge mode where you complete short puzzles under strict time limits to earn medals...this encourages some really creative portaling!
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