26 thoughts on “Portal 2 had these gems hidden all across.”

  1. Honestly considering the increasing cadence of bad choices in my life I don’t think I’d listen to my future self anyway. Plus causality loops are carcinogenic.

  2. >This next test may involve *trace* amounts of time travel. So, word of advice: If you meet yourself on the testing track, don’t make eye contact. Lab boys tell me that’ll wipe out time. Entirely. Forward and backward! So do both of yourselves a favor and just let that handsome devil go about his business.

  3. If you meet yourself during this next test, do not interact with him. Science boys tell me that will wipe out time; forward and back. So if you meet yourself during the test, do both of you a favor and let that handsome devil go his own way.

  4. “Oh hi, how are you holding up? BECAUSE I’M A POTATO… _clap clap clap_… oh good, my slow clap processor made it into this thing, at least we have that.”

  5. On the other hand, if no one comes back from the future to warn you about what you’re about to do, how bad could it be?

  6. My favorite part of this game was the abandoned facility after Wheatley tosses Chell and Glados out. It’s unsettling but neat and lore-ish.

    I miss Valve games. Portal and Half Life was my childhood.

  7. Heres a gem from portal 2 I hope y’all will enjoy. During the end scene in space, the Space Core is rotating around Wheatley. This would only be possible if Wheatley was incredibly ‘Dense’

    Edit: Also forgot to mention that in the turret promotional video, Cave mentions that they’re spring loaded, so that more bullets can fit in the turret. This explains:

    A: How one turret bullet won’t kill you

    B: Why they don’t run out of bullets

    Portal 2 is such a genius game that they came up with a way to explain why one bullet wouldn’t kill the Character.

  8. Glados:”ah, this is the part where he kills us!”

    Wheatly:”Hello, this is the part where I kill you”

    Chapter 9: The part where he kills you.

    Song: The part where he kills you.

    Achievement unlocked: The part where he kills you.

  9. Nowadays with replayability becoming more and more significant in the quality of games, this game is still one of the few exceptions where one playthrough could be so memorable and quotable as hell.

    “I’ve been real busy being dead. You know, after you MURDERED ME.”

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