background preloader

Portal (2007)

Facebook Twitter

Vidéos

Page officielle (The Orange Box) Portal™ is a new single player game from Valve.

Page officielle (The Orange Box)

Set in the mysterious Aperture Science Laboratories, Portal has been called one of the most innovative new games on the horizon and will offer gamers hours of unique gameplay. The game is designed to change the way players approach, manipulate, and surmise the possibilities in a given environment; similar to how Half-Life® 2’s Gravity Gun innovated new ways to leverage an object in any given situation. Players must solve physical puzzles and challenges by opening portals to maneuvering objects, and themselves, through space. Portal is coming in the Fall of 2007 as part of The Orange Box, which also includes Team Fortress® 2 and Half-Life® 2: Episode Two. Wikia. "Now you're thinking with portals.

Wikia

" ―GLaDOS during the Portal trailer Plot. StrategyWiki. This is the first game in the Portal series.

StrategyWiki

For other games in the series see the Portal category. Portal is a first-person puzzle game developed by Valve Corporation and released in late 2007, first as part of The Orange Box for Windows, Steam, Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3, and later as a standalone title for Windows and Steam. In the game, the player controls a female test subject named Chell in the Aperture Science Enrichment Centre. Guided by a female electronic voice-over of a supercomputer named GLaDOS, the player uses the Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device ("portal gun") to perform a variety of tests, such as creating portals to knock over turrets and other objects or moving to a previously unreachable area, so that the player may advance to the next test. Portal's development team consisted of several people who attended DigiPen Institute of Technology and worked on Narbacular Drop, a freeware game that had concepts similar to Portal.

Wikipédia. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

Wikipédia

Pour les articles homonymes, voir Portal. Portal est un jeu vidéo de réflexion et d'action en vue subjective développé par Valve Corporation. Le jeu est disponible pour la première fois le [1] dans le pack The Orange Box pour Windows et Xbox 360, puis pour la PlayStation 3 le [2],[3],[4]. La version du jeu pour Windows est également disponible via la plate-forme de téléchargement Steam (appartenant à Valve), et est distribué en version boîte depuis le [5],[6]. La version Mac est sortie le en même temps que la version Mac de la plate-forme Steam[7]. Le jeu consiste en une succession de parcours que le joueur doit franchir en téléportant son personnage ou des objets à l'aide d'une arme capable de créer un portail spatial entre deux surfaces planes. Portal est souvent présenté comme l'un des jeux les plus originaux de 2007, bien qu'il soit relativement rapide à terminer[8].

Wikipedia. Portal was acclaimed as one of the most original games of 2007, despite being considered short in length.

Wikipedia

The game received praise for its unique gameplay and darkly humorous story. It received acclaim for the character of GLaDOS, voiced by Ellen McLain in the English-language version, and the end credits song "Still Alive" written by Jonathan Coulton for the game. Not counting sales through Steam, over four million copies of the game have been sold since its release. The game's popularity has led to official merchandise from Valve including plush Companion Cubes, as well as fan recreations of the cake and portal gun. A sequel, Portal 2, was released in 2011, adding several new gameplay mechanics and a cooperative multiplayer mode.[8] Fiche Gamekult. Fiche Jeuxvideo. Portal for PC.

Fiche GameRankings. Fiche Metacritic. Portal is certainly one of the best games I've ever played.

Fiche Metacritic

Developed by Valve, is mainly based on solving puzzles. The player takes the role of Chell, the main protagonist facing a psychotic robot named Glados puzzles, and her apparent subtle attempt to kill the player during the game. The action is set in Half-Life universe, but in a different timeline, not related to the events from the other game, more exactly in the Aperture Science Enrichment Center. At the beginning the player doesn't really have ideas about what's going on and why she's there, but is shortly revealed that she's a sort of a test subject. Glados is the main antagonist who first apparently(at least for me) somehow helps the player though the levels, and make some Black-humorous jokes from time to time, but near game's completion, it becomes more aggressive, after the player figures out that the plan was to kill you.

The rest I won't reveal, as will spoil your experience when you play it. Fiche Steam. Portal is definitely a one-of-a-kind.

Fiche Steam

It's quirky at best, but it also remains clever, resolute and perfectly presented to those with a quick-wit and a scientific explanation for including physics in a well-thought out and intelligent game, all with a touch of dark humour. Succès. Global Achievements Lab Rat Acquire the fully powered Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device.

Succès

Fratricide Do whatever it takes to survive. Partygoer Make the correct party escort submission position decision. Heartbreaker. Forum. Hub. Groupe officiel.