This is a region-free key, activates on Steam obviously. Get it here!
So they launched Portal 2 in time, without Valve time… Anyway, play some and then vote how do you like it. [fusion_builder_container hundred_percent="yes" overflow="visible"][fusion_builder_row][fusion_builder_column type="1_1" background_position="left top" background_color="" border_size="" border_color="" border_style="solid" spacing="yes" background_image="" background_repeat="no-repeat" padding="" margin_top="0px" margin_bottom="0px" class="" id="" animation_type="" animation_speed="0.3" animation_direction="left" hide_on_mobile="no" center_content="no" min_height="none"][/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]
Portal 2 Pre-Load is now available. steam://install/620 Download size: ~10gb
Portal 2 now available for pre-order @ EA Store PC - £34.99 XBox 360 - £49.99 PS3 – £49.99
Portal 2 PS3, Steam cross-platform play
The PlayStation 3 version of Valve’s upcoming first-person puzzler Portal 2 features cross-platform play and chat with the Steam PC and Mac versions.
At E3 2010 Gabe Newell came on stage at Sonys press conference to announce that Portal 2 will be coming to PS3. But more importantly than that, it will also be the first console title to come with Valves “Steamworks” package. Valve announced that this would include Steamcloud support and automatic updates, but it seems it’s also enabled something a little more exciting.
Additionally, the PS3 version unlocks the Steam Play version free of charge when gamers link their PlayStation Network and Steam accounts.
GLaDOS may never win a Grammy or make the cut in American Idol, but her (its?) ‘Still Alive’ endgame song is nevertheless counted as one of the geekiest / greatest contributions to the gaming music scene. Now the musician responsible for its composition, Jonathan Coulton, has confirmed that he’ll be penning a new song for Portal, provided that he too is still alive…
Yesterday, the New York City musician confirmed his involvement in Valve’s sequel through a tweet: “Closing the doors. If this plane goes down, the Portal 2 song goes with it. It is in my pocket…”
Since we’ve yet to hear about any Jonathan Coulton candlelight vigils, we can safely assume that his plane landed, and he’s alive and well and months away from debuting a follow-up to this extremely catchy tune:
Far from a one hit wonder, Coulton was dabbling in geek culture well before his Portal track, and has released numerous CDs and downloadable tracks since. His full discography and calendar of upcoming performances can be found at his personal site. The next (great?) Portal song will debut with Portal 2 on April 21st.
Also very good remixes of this song by Victims of Science.
9 February 2011
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Valve has finally confirmed a release date for the upcoming Portal sequel known as Portal 2. While we knew that it would be arriving in 2011, many might be surprised to learn that it will in fact arrive on February 9th, 2011, which is a bit sooner than expected.
Backstage demo of Portal 2. The game is looking fucking incredible. Source 2?
We had several different informations about Valve's E3 presence, the developer has today issued a statement confirming the cancellation of Monday's E3 press conference at the Regal Theater. The event was suppose to hype Portal 2 related stuff, before being semi-cancelled on 2 June (it was postponed to 2011). This first announcement, however, suggested an E3 'surprise' was being planned in its place, leading to amusing amounts of speculation over…
Valve has delayed the release of Portal 2 until 2011. The studio suggested it wants to see through a range of improvements on the title before it is published. Half-Life 2 suffered a string of delays before it’s release in 2004, while the first Portal – as Valve reminds – also was hit by delay. Developers also cooled the rumors surrounding it’s the E3 Expo. Various websites speculated on…