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Portal 2 television spot shows off P-Body and Atlas
Posted: 18.03.2011 07:32 by Comments: 12
A new 30 second television spot for Portal 2 has been making the rounds on various channels, re-introducing the world to that robotic co-op pair, P-Body and Atlas.

Check it out!

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By djole381 (SI Elite) on Mar 18, 2011
djole381
Hehehe, cute. :D
By RaviL (SI Core Member) on Mar 18, 2011
RaviL
For SCIENCE!!!
By djole381 (SI Elite) on Mar 18, 2011
djole381
I wonder if the companion cube will be there. :D
By RaviL (SI Core Member) on Mar 18, 2011
RaviL
Yea he will be right next to GLADOS trying to kill you :))
By FoolWolf (SI Elite) on Mar 18, 2011
FoolWolf
Ha ha, I know understand why Valve don't figure they need a marketing agency - with games and guys and gal's thinking that up - they just need to show us a glimpse of what they are up to to make us say: want....
By djole381 (SI Elite) on Mar 18, 2011
djole381
I hope there's going to be some cake. The last one was so delicious and moist. :D
By Arrecoolast (SI Core) on Mar 18, 2011
Arrecoolast
I'm definitely getting this for the PS3 since when you link your psn account to your Steam account you get a free copy of the PC version! :D
By JonahFalcon (SI Elite) on Mar 18, 2011
JonahFalcon
Well, keep in mind, P-Body and Atlas do die over and over in the co-op mode. Glados isn't trying to kill you - she says that if you fail, she'll make you WISH you could die.
By FoolWolf (SI Elite) on Mar 18, 2011
FoolWolf
That is something cool to ponder Arrecoolast - but question is if I really want PSN to know about my STEAM... hmmm...
By Arrecoolast (SI Core) on Mar 18, 2011
Arrecoolast
Lmao, that's true. How much power should we grant Valve? When is it too much?
By JonahFalcon (SI Elite) on Mar 18, 2011
JonahFalcon
Sony should worry. Once they start selling PS3 games thru Steam, bye bye PSN.
By FoolWolf (SI Elite) on Mar 18, 2011
FoolWolf
Yeah, well so far all that power given to STEAM has so far been valid in my opinion. Though my biggest fear is that Flat-rate will disappear - that will certainly give digital editions only a big hampering cost just to get your bought games to your computer...