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Portal: Still Alive Latest News - Xbox 360

Portal: Still Alive
  • Publisher: Microsoft
  • Genre:Shooter
  • Developer: Valve
  • Release Date:Dec 31, 2008
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Blood, Mild Violence)
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Game Description:Portal: Still Alive features the full award-winning Portal single-player game from Valve plus a new challenge mode. A unique take on puzzle gameplay by the makers of Half-Life. Portal is unique that changes how players approach, manipulate, and surmise the possibilities in a given environment in a manner similar to how the Gravity Gun changed our approach to how an object may be leveraged in any given situation. Solve physical puzzles and challenges by opening portals to maneuvering objects, and yourself, through space.
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Portal: Still Alive News

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  • Real Life Portal Turret Replica: Nugget From The Net

    Portal fans are some of the most devoted and creative fans out there and yet again they've managed to completely shock and awe us, as cinematic animator Ryan Palser has created a real life-size replica of a Portal turret. According to Palser the 38 inch turret doesn't move, "but it does speak, has full motion sensing audio as well as a...

    Posted May 9, 2011

    Real Life Portal Turret Replica: Nugget From The Net
  • Portal 2: Is The Honeymoon Over?

    In ten years the question may be presented: “Was Portal good or surprising?” This isn’t to say in any way that Portal wasn’t a spectacular game worthy of all the praise it received. But perhaps people were so infatuated with it because they were too ashamed to admit how blindsided they were by every aspect of the game. I...

    Posted April 18, 2011

    Portal 2: Is The Honeymoon Over?
  • Nugget From The Net: Portal Speedrun

    Portal is one of those games that you can brag about how fast you got through it. It's not the longest game, start to finish might take a gamer a hour if they apply themselves. However, a gamer by the name of DemonStrate beat Portal in 9 minutes and 25 seconds. How did he do it? Not by memorizing the puzzles or by practicing with the portal gun....

    Posted December 10, 2010

    Nugget From The Net: Portal Speedrun
  • Aperture Science (AKA Valve) Delays Portal 2 Until 2011

    Such a headline inspires infinite sadness, but it's true: Portal 2 has been delayed until 2011. This explains why Valve decided to cancel their E3 press conference. I'll let Aperture Science explain. Read More?

    Posted June 9, 2010

    Aperture Science (AKA Valve) Delays Portal 2 Until 2011
  • The Many Voices of "Still Alive"

    Jonathan Coulton’s “Still Alive” may likely go down in history as the “Smoke on the Water” of the video game music world. Why? Because it is iconic, catchy as hell, relatively simple to play and inspires musicians, YouTube fame seekers and those with only a moderate amount of programming ability to perform the theme...

    Posted May 22, 2010

    The Many Voices of "Still Alive"
  • Daily Reacharound: Portal 2 Expectations

    Valve recently made Portal free to celebrate the launch of Steam on Mac. With more than 1.5 million downloads since the switch was flipped, Valve is quickly introducing their reality-altering shooter to a legion of newcomers before revealing too much about Portal 2. We should know plenty more about Portal 2 at E3, but driveshaft48 is already...

    Posted May 20, 2010

    Daily Reacharound: Portal 2 Expectations
  • Since Portal Went Free, Aperture Science Records 1.5 Million Downloads

    Portal may have just been one of three amazing games included in the ambitious The Orange Box, but Portal 2 will be far more ambitious. If the rabid reception to Portal going free on Steam in celebration of going live on Mac is any indication, Portal 2's has the potential to be huge. Read More?

    Posted May 20, 2010

    Since Portal Went Free, Aperture Science Records 1.5 Million Downloads
  • Aperture Science Explains Portal Suddenly Going Free Of Charge

    Valve is making Portal free until May 24 to help celebrate the launch of Steam, their digital gaming distribution platform, on Mac. To better explain why, here's a brief message from Aperture Science. Watch Larger Version | Watch HD Version Have something to share? Sitting on a news tip? E-mail me. You can also follow me on Twitter.

    Posted May 13, 2010

    Aperture Science Explains Portal Suddenly Going Free Of Charge
  • The Incredible And Hilarious History Of Portal's Aperture Science

    Valve’s mind-bending puzzler Portal contained some of the most innovative and compelling game design in recent memory, but perhaps the most memorable aspect of the game was its narrative and story structure. Giving players just enough info to keep them wanting to know more, creating hidden areas scrawled with cryptic messages about cakes...

    Posted March 25, 2010

    The Incredible And Hilarious History Of Portal's Aperture Science
  • GameStop Reveals Major Portal 2 Feature -- Co-Op

    While we wait for the first details on Valve's much-anticipated Portal 2 to drop via magazine covers, online retailer GameStop has already spoiled a major new feature: two-player co-op. The official description for Portal 2 reveals the sequel will have the much-desired feature. "Coming this holiday. Portal 2 is the sequel to 2007's Game of...

    Posted March 5, 2010

    GameStop Reveals Major Portal 2 Feature -- Co-Op
  • Valve Updates Portal...With A New Ending?!

    I'm not kidding. Valve issued a new patch for Portal that changes the game's ending. Check it! You can also log into Steam, update your copy of Portal, collect the new achievement and see the ending yourself. Clearly, Valve is gearing up for a series of announcements in the soon. I can't wait. Have something to share? Sitting on a news tip?...

    Posted March 3, 2010

    Valve Updates Portal...With A New Ending?!
  • Portal Designer Kim Swift Leaves Valve, Joins Dark Void Developer

    One of the masterminds behind Portal, Valve designer Kim Swift, has left the studio. Gamasutra reports Swift has left Valve to become a project lead at developer Airtight Games, who is currently finishing work on Dark Void for Capcom. It's unknown what project Swift will work on, but she will apparently be part of a team creating games aimed at...

    Posted December 7, 2009

    Portal Designer Kim Swift Leaves Valve, Joins Dark Void Developer
  • Xbox LIVE Game of the Year: 'Castle Crashers'

    Microsoft announced the winners of the second annual Xbox LIVE Awards last night. The big winner was Castle Crashers. The almost criminally addicting downloadable side-scroller won Game of the Year, Best Original Game, and best Co-op. For the more financial-minded among you, the game also "won" the undeclared prize of best selling...

    Posted March 24, 2009| 19 Comments

    Xbox LIVE Game of the Year: 'Castle Crashers'
  • Microsoft Announces Second Annual Xbox Live Arcade Awards

    Microsoft has announced the second annual Xbox Live Arcade Awards. Starting March 3, 2009, gamers around the world will be able to vote for the best XBLA games of 2008. Votes will be accepted until March 10, 2009 11:59PM GMT. Gamers can participate through Xbox Live or Xbox.com. There are nine categories and dozens of games to choose from. The...

    Posted February 26, 2009| 19 Comments

    Microsoft Announces Second Annual Xbox Live Arcade Awards
  • Microsoft Reveals Top 20 Xbox Live And Xbox Live Arcade Titles Of 2008

    Microsoft's Captain Marketing Major Nelson has released a trio of "top 20" lists for the year of 2008. The categories are top Xbox 360 Live titles (based on unique users), top Xbox Live Arcade games (based on full purchases), and the top (original) Xbox Live (based on unique users). Here are the lists! Xbox 360 Top Live Titles ...

    Posted January 5, 2009| 102 Comments

    Microsoft Reveals Top 20 Xbox Live And Xbox Live Arcade Titles Of 2008
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