I think the Mainframe is obtaining cores for some larger purpose, some specific ones at that, seeing as he had the protocol sphere incinerated.
I want the party escort bot model released for Gmod use.
Wasn't the Party Escort Bot's core purple?
Are we actually getting DLC? Because from the start and playing the game, I thought this game was a scuess but can't understand why there is no proper DLC out.
Portal 2 just dropped to $30 on Steam.
Is all this "Underground" stuff related to anything, or is it just some guys making a few animated shorts?
And has there been any news about the DLC?
So...none of the store skins work at all?
As well as the gestures from the store?
Just needed to Verify my Cache.
Hey guys, dunno if anyone noticed, but in the Underground official video number 4, the Party Escort bot's eye is the same as the Paranoia sphere, but damaged.
In that video linked several posts up, the Party Escort bot's eye is the same as the Protocol sphere, but damaged.
I'm seeing a pattern.
Or maybe Valve has a secret project that nobody knows about yet?
Or maybe even a game that has nothing to do with Valve? Or does Valve have the exclusive rights to her voice?
It may be just the co-op that has GlaDOS.
New game is Counter-Strike 2, with an announcer.
I just finished Portal 2. Amazingly, I managed to avoid any kind of spoiler. But anyway, one thing is bugging me: was wheatly evil from the beggining? Or did he just go mad after replacing Glados?
just went mad with power from not being "Tiny Little Wheatley" and the power and control made him go mad. I wouldn't say he was ever evil, though.
I thought he was just angry because GLaDOS called him a moron all the time, and deep down he knew she was right?
Anyway, yes, he wasn't "evil" at first, but it just crossed my mind that maybe his plan was being in charge since the beggining of the game, and he was directing you to Glados chamber on purpose. Without a doubt he was my fav character, even better than Glados (well, there weren't many characters to begin with). I'd like to see him return on a future installment.