Portal 2

Portal 2

Two distinct games for either single or 2 players with separate characters and story lines

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  • Category(ies):

    Action , Adventure

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    Mac OS

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  • Release Date:

    Apr 18, 2011

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  • Price:

    9.99 USD

  • Tags:

    Single-player, Co-op, Steam Achievements, Full controller support, Steam Trading Cards, Captions available, Steam Workshop, Steam Cloud, Stats, Includes level editor, Commentary available

  • Languages:

    English, French, German, Spanish, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish

Portal 2 lets you blast your way through Aperture Science Labs in this fun follow-up to the cult classic puzzle game.

The game begins as the protagonist Chell, a prisoner of Aperture Labs, is awakened. You take control of Chell with the insane GLaDOS on your heels trying to run her tests, and you’ll have to puzzle your way through beautifully rendered futuristic environments to avoid dangers and certain death.

From the start you’ll be guided by a sphere named Wheatly that’s kindly decided to help you escape. As your progress through the levels and get closer to freedom, you’ll unlock more of the story and glean from random conversations between GLaDOS and Wheatly what happened to leave Aperture Science Labs in such disrepair and what the true nature of the tests really are.

While we love this game, sometimes it feels more of an extension on the original rather than a completely new game that can stand on its own. If you haven’t played the first Portal game you might be left with a lot of questions, so go watch a primer video on YouTube first if you need to.

Overall, Portal 2 is a fun follow-up to the original. It doesn’t stand so well on its own, but that’s as good an excuse as any to go play the original.


  • Innovative Puzzles and Immersive Level Design You’ll have to solve puzzles by creating portals with your gun from one point to another.
  • Hilarious Dialogue The chatter between Wheatly and GLaDOS is pure gold.


  • Doesn’t Stand Well On Its Own If you haven’t already played the first Portal game you might feel lost at times.

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