As you are probably well aware we love our Fan-Made videos about video games especially when they are really well made. Last holiday season while pretty much everybody (including us) was playing Skyrim, a group of dedicated Steam Users started a project named: “Goodbye Christmas Caroline” with the intention to create a Christmas music album featuring Valve characters. Harry101UK is one of those members and made a Portal-style remake of “This Is Halloween” from The Nightmare Before Christmas. All voices and music are done by Harry101UK himself. “This is Aperture” [...]READ MORE
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A new fan made video has surfaced online a few minutes ago (and it has already gone viral – go figure) showing off the Portal game universe brought to life with VFX and real human actors playing the part. Similar to the Life after Portal 2? released in May earlier this year and the Half Life 2 Singularity fan made video that was made released last month. Check it out below, it’s pretty well made albeit short.READ MORE
Yesterday EisenFeuer uploaded a video on youtube, which I think must be shared with all Portal fans out there! In this video you follow Chell after her horrible adventures in the Aperture Laboratories. She leads a lonely life and there is only one question she wants to see answered. Is the cake a lie? Click on the play button to find out!READ MORE
Today the NYU (New York University) Game Center posted up a very in-depth interview (~ 1 hr 20 mins long) with Valve’s Erik Wolpaw as a part of their game lecture series. The interview shows Wolpaw playing the game and talking about what motivated him and some of his thought processes that went into bringing the story and characters in Portal 2 to life. Later in the interview the discussion evolves more generally and Wolpaw shares his insight on the state of games today and the evolution of storytelling through [...]READ MORE
In response to the worldwide online Steam release of the PC version of the game almost four days ago now, Eurogamer is reporting that the UK’s largest video game retailer GAME/Gamestation has with publisher EA’s approval decided to start selling the boxed PC version of the game a day early of the officially scheduled release date. However console gamers aren’t so lucky, apparently the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of the game will not be sold until tomorrow in line with the official release date. I think it’s nice to [...]READ MORE