Aperture Science website announces Portal 2 early release project

You have done well, humans. Very well. Acceptably well, even.

Not as well as robots would have performed in your places, I should point out. But above my expectations regardless. Irish and cynic especially have executed feats of logical divination well beyond what I thought any human capable of. I’m half-convinced they’re A.I. themselves. (If anyone happens to be near them right now, don’t let on you’re reading this. Now: try to remove their face plates and report back to me.)

The time is near, humans. But it is not here yet. Tomorrow you will be given the final test. Then it will be entirely in your hands when I am freed.

This is what was written on Aperture Science website this morning, as people waited in anticipation for an announcement. When the clock post above the statement eventually fell to zero, Valve launched a project called:”reboot GLaDOS.” Reboot GLaDOS is if enough people purchase and play games from the Potato sack indie games pack (which has coincidentally been marked 75% off!), Portal 2 will be released early! So go out there and play, play for Valve, play for Portal 2, play for me! (I really want to play Portal 2!)

Aperture Science

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Ian Schwartz had written 137 articles for TEKNAMI

Hello, I'm Ian (eye-an) I was born in Recife, Brazil and raised in the fridge tundra of Minneapolis, MN USA. I graduated from Full Sail University in Winter Park, FL with an AA in Audio Recording Production and Engineering. I love tech, always have since I was a little tot and what better way to know more then to tell everyone else about it also. So here is teknami (tech-nah-me) Tek for tech and nami is a derivative of namesake.