YouTuber enquaynay reimagined a classic scene in Portal 2, creating humanoid forms for Wheatley and GLaDOS with a Disney-like art style. She should’ve made Chell a robot just for kicks.
Valve didn’t make this video, but I’m sure the company would approve of it. Harry Callaghan nails the graphics, humor and wackiness of Portal 2‘s Personality Cores. Where’s GLaDOS?
(NSFW: Language) After sending R2-D2 to Liberty City, YouTuber taltigolt made another mod for Grand Theft Auto IV, this time with newer robots: ATLAS and P-Body from Portal 2.
A proposal for three official LEGO sets based on Portal 2 – GLaDOS’ Chamber, a Modular Testing Chamber and a Puzzle Board Game. If it gets at least 10,000 votes, LEGO will consider making it.
A limited-edition 16″ tall statue of the Aperture Sentry turret. It’s cast in poly-stone, hand-finished and hand-painted. Plays sound bites from the game, has a light-up eye, and it doesn’t hate you.
Jason Craft used “3D tracking, seamless camera cuts and 3D camera projection” to recreate the mind-bending and space-warping ability of the Portal gun. The gun itself isn’t a prop but CGI.
One of the co-creators of Portal wants you to have some more fun with science. Specifically with physics. Quantum Conundrum’s dimension-shifting puzzles will be available on Steam on June 21.
Super Street Fighter II gets upgraded with a new weapon – the Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device. It makes us think that a Portal Gun should be standard issue in all games. (Thanks Steve!)
Wish you had a Portal gun? Wish no more. Neca is now taking pre-orders for their 1:1 scale Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device. We’ve seen better efforts, but then again those were not for sale.
Check out the fun music video homage to Portal 2 Harry Callaghan made called This Is Aperture; it’s a reinterpretation of This is Halloween from The Nightmare Before Christmas. (Thanks, everyone!)
Let Wheatley (mis)guide you through the testing facility, and do your best to avoid the friendly turrets, with these cute and cuddly Portal 2 collectible LED keychain flashlights.
When life gives you lemons, Cave Johnson has the answer. Now you can have the sage advice of Aperture Labs’ founder hanging over your fireplace. Or your bed. We love you, J.K. Simmons.
Remember Mari0, the Mario x Portal mashup game that’s currently in development? Here’s some recent test level footage, and it’s looking great. Though GLaDOS must be in another castle.
Corey Thomas is working on a Kinect-based voice-assisted control interface for PCs. So far it can open programs and websites, play media and shut itself down. And it speaks with GLaDOS’ voice.
Looking for something cute and cuddly for your couch? These plush (and vocal) Aperture Science turrets won’t hate you – especially if you knock them over on their side. Out mid-December.
The ending credits of Portal (and later Portal 2) feature some of the greatest song lyrics in the history of video games. Now you can enjoy GLaDOS’ Still Alive courtesy of your web browser.
We’re already pretty impressed by iPhone 4S’ talking female “intelligent assistant” Siri, but we rather have this abusive, hypercritical version, voiced by Portal’s GLaDOS instead.
We’re assuming that the guy working on this Super Mario Bros. meets Portal game watched this video before starting development of a playable version. Bonus: Instant messenger trolling starts at 0:25.
A very polished fan film that delivers an aural and visual feast from start to finish. Directed by Dan Trachtenberg and scored by Mike Zarin, who also composed the music for the first Inception trailer.
Game designer TopHATTwaffle was commissioned by one Gary Hudston to create a very special set of Portal 2 levels which, upon completion, delivered a proposal to his soon-to-be fiance.
A puppet of Portal 2’s Wheatley by TRP-Chan. Has a glowing eyelight, moveable eyeplate and eyelids. Also speaks some of his lines from the game. See the build process here. (Thanks, Danni!)
(NSFW: Language) Ah, the Portal gun. We’ve spent many hours daydreaming about having one in real life. We’d never think of what this high-pitched rapper wants to pull off at the end though.
Using only sounds and video from trailers and commercials for Portal 2, Jeremy Garren created this track that would be just as appropriate on a dance floor as in a test chamber.
(Spoilers: But you’ve finished by now, right?) Portal 2 fan Pedro Calvo created his own music video for the game’s hilarious closing song. GLaDOS really needs to try out for American Idol next year.
Which was your favorite gel in Portal 2? The orange goo was speedy, the blue bouncy and the white made any surface portal-friendly. This putty does none of that, but its still cool and sciency.
A few years ago, YouTuber evi1wombat hacked a busted treadmill computer, making it play the ending theme to Portal. Now that Portal 2 is out, this was inevitable: Want You Gone on the Cybex.
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