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Portal 2: Peer Review


Platform(s): Xbox 360, PS3, PC

Publisher: Valve Corporation (Distributed by Electronic Arts)

Developer: Valve Corporation 

What’s better than wracking your brain to come up with solutions to the most elaborate spatial puzzles ever thought up by the most deranged, egotistical, and homicidal AI this side of HAL 9000? Doing it with a friend, of course! Portal 2 gave us more than just a fantastic new single-player installment, which probably would have been enough to satisfy most fans in its own right. The multi-player portion represents an evolution of the original’s ingenious gameplay, allowing for even more complex puzzles with two players working in tandem.

The DLC, Peer Review, gave us more of Portal 2’s unique co-op levels, as well as challenge modes to extend the lives of the original single- and multi-player levels. Did I mention it was free? Free’s good. Free’s very good. We here at GR like to reiterate how awesome Valve is quite often, but in case we haven’t said it lately—Valve is fucking awesome.

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