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Portal 2 Screenshots and Images - Xbox 360

Game Description: Portal 2 for Xbox 360, the sequel to Valve's mind-bending puzzler picks up a number of years after the events of the original game, and tasks players with using new physics-based mechanics to outsmart the AI overlord of Aperture Science, GLaDos.
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Portal 2 Screenshot & Image Galleries

  • Feedback -- Portal 2 & Mortal Kombat

    Posted: April 20, 2011

    34,422 Views | 49:11

  • Portal 2: Finding Borealis

    Posted: April 19, 2011

    22,599 Views | 01:36

  • Portal 2: Ending Credits Song (Warning: Spoilers!)

    Posted: April 19, 2011

    20,626 Views | 02:27

  • Portal 2 with Morgan Webb: One of the Best Games Ever Played

    Posted: April 19, 2011

    15,343 Views | 05:38

  • Sessler's Soapbox: Portal 2

    Posted: April 19, 2011

    20,249 Views | 06:44

 


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