Portal 2 Review
By Lewis McKenny
Graphics Visuals : 7
Audio : 7
Controls : 10
Gameplay : 9
Replay Rating/ Value for money – 8
Portal 2 is a sequel of the original packed full of 22 levels of fun and adventure suitable for all ages and genders. The graphics are okay yet do not stand out as a main highlight of the game. The game is easy to get to grips with and you can immediately pick up all the skills needed to succeed.
If platform or strategy games are not for you, then Portal 2 is. People have argued that both the single and co-operative game levels should feature more levels, this I would have to agree with. After completing the game you will always be left wanting more! The odd downloadable content ‘map packs’ of levels have been released in summer of 2011 and are equally as good as the originals.
The highlight of the game has to be the co-operative game mode. You have the option to work with a random online player, or share the banter with a friend online or off. Your characters will learn cheesy emotions such as a high-five or hug, enough to make anyone cringe but almost certainly laugh!
Once you have completed all the levels, that’s it, but there should be enough to keep you satisfied for hours!
A brilliantly satisfying game that is perfect for a rainy day, or even a sunny day or even snowy! Love it!
Rating – 8
Portal 2 on Xbox 360 is available to buy from Amazon.