Friday, August 16, 2013

Props to Portal

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 WELL THIS IS NOT THE PLACE FOR THAT SHIT.

This is a blog written by a girl who plays video games, and loves it. Now that I have weeded out the guys looking to get their rocks off, let's talk gaming!

My current obsession is, once again, Portal 2.


Portal 2 is the sequel to the wildly popular Valve game, Portal. Valve, if you keep up to date on the various companies, also made the Left for Dead, Half- Life, and Counter Strike game franchises. Not to mention being the creators of my FAVORITE gaming platform and community: Steam.

The premise of the Portal games can be summed up in one word. ESCAPE.


You spend the entirety of both games  trying to escape from a scientific facility, where you're a test subject. However, the testing only revolves around escaping various test chambers, with the use of a portal gun, two well placed portals, and various cubes. You have to get a weighted test cube onto the giant button like platform it goes on, to open the door, and go into the next test chamber.

Some rooms are easy. Some are insanely difficult. Not to mention you have a flurry of things in various rooms you have to use to complete the goal of escaping the test chamber. Like lasers, light bridges, repulsion gel, propulsion gel and more. Oh, and stuff in the rooms is trying to kill you. ALL THE TIME. Cute things...that talk to you...in the most adorable voice you have ever heard.

In the game, you play the silent heroin, Chell. Very little is known about her at the beginning, but as game-play progresses, you begin to learn more about her past. Oh, and did I mention your overseer during these tests is a murderous AI robot name GLaDoS?


I highly suggest playing the first Portal game before playing Portal 2, to understand some back story and past events a bit better. Both games offer a great story line, amazing graphics, and despite the occasional "damn" pretty clean and non-violent game-play. If you're looking to get into gaming, or wanting to try out something different, I highly suggest picking up Portal off the Steam store.

You won't be sorry. 


Love and Lightning Bugs,
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