I guess in the end, what I'm trying to say is "For the love of God, please, help me."
Why would a picture of the Borealis be on a power grid program?
It always looked like a coastline map to me.
My friend and I finally got around to beating the Peer Review DLC. This is what we had by the end
found some dnb
what's that portal 2 beta thing?
well golly gee that sure narrows it down to what aspect of the game it's a beta of!
Man I loved this game. I'm sure this thread's regulars have heard this a million times but it's the first game in YEARS that felt complete and well-polished.
So you can only play it once because then you know all the puzzles. Didn't matter, because every level is insanely well made. You get the full experience on the first playthrough.
10/10, wouldn't change anything.
So I was just looking through the model browser, and I found this (models/props_backstage/vacum_scanner_tv.mdl):
What could it mean? I can't help but notice that the core has rockets in it...
Some other skins of the model:
I don't think this is used anywhere in the game, at least not that I'm aware of. The model used in the manufacturing bit of your escape with wheatley is models/props_backstage/vacum_scanner_tv_vertical.mdl, and has the appropriate skins.
Thoughts? Cut core that would have shot lasers at you? (I'm aware there was mention of one in the Final Hours)
i think that flickered in the scene where you carry Wheatley into GLaDOS' chamber near the beginning of the game.
First footage of Afterword
I made the portalgun anims :3
I'm still working on making the transition from idle to pick up smoother, still need a new fizzle animation that goes with the new idle animation, I'm not happy with that animation in the beginning of the video might need to clean it up a bit
I wish Dmitry would show some of the better stuff tbh :/
another awesome mod
the turret's over 7000 years old
take that people whining that it took place in 202X
Even though Word of God says it's been hundreds of years
Weren't they kind of intentionally vague on that so they could change it if they wanted later without anyone throwing a hissyfit? I always thought that was the reason they broke the time-keeping mechanism, anyway. As it stands, who knows?
Maybe Portal 2 takes place one day after the original and a vat of "Aperture Science Radioactive Fecal-based Fertilizing Agent" got knocked over by an "Aperture Science Structural Compromising Unit" run amok.