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The Gamesmen, Episode 56- Portal 2 Sleep Deprivation

Join Lyfeliek, HardlyDan and Rabid Scotsman on GamerCorporation for game talk and fun! This time, the Gamesmen celebrate in honor of the recent release of Portal 2(literally gushing over it), give shout-outs, play RPG, then wrap-up with YOUR #TheGamesmenCheck submissions from Twitter! Topics discussed are PS3 STEAMworks, IGN entering the world of eSports, THQ’s new consumer approach, various points of contention on Nintendo’s newest secret hardware, and much more!

  • Featured Intro- You Can’t Escape You Know
  • First Interlude- 4000 Degrees Kelvin
  • Second Interlude- Subject Name Here
  • Featured Outro- Still Alive
  • RPG Music- Grandia III, Dark Cloud 2, FFVIII
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One comment on “The Gamesmen, Episode 56- Portal 2 Sleep Deprivation

  1. Portal is back and better than ever! The tests are as mind bending as ever, and they’ve added new elements, like light bridges and emancipation gates. The graphics are smooth and attractive, but nothing that’s going to make your jaw drop. The controls are as simple and effective as the first game. But then, none of that was what worried me. I had no doubt that they would be able to recreate and expand upon the technical aspects of the first game. My concern was whether or not they would manage to capture and continue the personality and sense of humor of the first game. I am very pleased to report that the sequel does not disappoint. The sequel pics up right where the first game left off, and GLaDOS holds a grudge. Her insults, passive aggressive comments, and general malice will have you chuckling throughout the game. Your new companion and guide robot also adds to the character of the game, though he can be a bit heavy handed at times. If you enjoyed the first game, you will love the sequel, both for its expanded challenges, and its unique personality. As long as you enjoy a good puzzle and have a sense of humor, you will never regret this purchase.

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