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thefonz    5

Is this coming out on the PS3?

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richardsim7    114

PC, Mac, PS3 and 360 :)

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Guest_User_Delete_Me    20

I just can't finish Portal - it's so slow and boring :(

I an appreciate the game and I'm not knocking it - it just isn't my style.

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Spookie    63

I just can't finish Portal - it's so slow and boring :(

It's three hours long? :/

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+Frank B.    7,104

Pre-order page: http://thinkwithportals.com/preorders.php

It's not up for pre-order on Steam - yet. I'll be ordering it from there as soon as possible.

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dknm    11

The second i saw it i opened up steam and there is no sight of it .

Valve's Portal team makes great teasers. I'm sold .

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+Frank B.    7,104

Portal 2 can now be pre-ordered via Steam.

Price in Germany: 44.99 €. A free copy of Portal 1 you can gift to a friend is included.

Link: Portal 2 on the Steam Store

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DirtyLarry    2,075

Is this coming out on the PS3?

Yes, and the last I heard, if you purchase the PS3 version, you get the PC version for free as well, as Portal 2 is the game that is bringing Steam to the PS3, so it will be considered a Steam Play game. So to me it is a no brainer to get it on the PS3 if one owns a PS3 and also owns a PC. I was just going to get the PC version, but now will get the PS3 version as why not have the option to play it on 2 different machines.

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Ayepecks    117

Pre-order page: http://thinkwithportals.com/preorders.php

It's not up for pre-order on Steam - yet. I'll be ordering it from there as soon as possible.

Haha, love it!

Larry is right on the PS3 front. If you own a PS3, there's really no reason not to get it for that.

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Ionium    18

This game will complete meeeeeeee

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Pajter    15

Would one be able to purchase a PS3 version, and gift the game to someone else on PC?

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richardsim7    114

Would one be able to purchase a PS3 version, and gift the game to someone else on PC?

Highly unlikely, I believe the two are linked

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Subject Delta    108

I'm hoping to get a pre order in before they raise the price. Can't wait to play this :D

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iamawesomewicked    80

Would one be able to purchase a PS3 version, and gift the game to someone else on PC?

No because Valve aren't stupid.

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+Frank B.    7,104

Portal 2 is finished, says Gabe

Puzzle sequel "put to bed", going through final approval process.

Valve's Managing Director Gabe Newell has announced that Portal 2 is "finished", confirming that the oft-delayed first-person puzzler will finally go on sale this April.

"We just finished Portal 2," said Newell speaking in a video conference call with a marketing class at Tippecanoe Valley High School.

"It's pretty much put to bed and we're just waiting for final approvals and to get the discs manufactured."

You can breathe a sigh of relief now, Portal fans.

But there's still no word on Half-Life: Episode 3, with Newell confirming that Valve's next game will be Dota 2, a fantasy RTS "which will be out later this year."

Portal 2 goes on sale in the UK on April 22nd on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC. Will you be picking it up?

Source: Gamerzines

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rajputwarrior    281

i just preordered it for PC on steam. cost me 42 dollars canadian (steal...) total. I love steam. Yeah i could have gotten it for ps3 and linked the game and get it free for PC/OSX but the PS3 version would have cost me almost 30 dollars more and i'm only gonna play it on my PC or macbook anyways... can't wait!

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Denis W.    723

i just preordered it for PC on steam. cost me 42 dollars canadian (steal...) total. I love steam. Yeah i could have gotten it for ps3 and linked the game and get it free for PC/OSX but the PS3 version would have cost me almost 30 dollars more and i'm only gonna play it on my PC or macbook anyways... can't wait!

I was doubting your figure of 'almost $30 dollars more' until I added in tax to the $59.99 cost, and you're right. :s

Still planning on skipping the preorder and grabbing the PS3 copy at the end of the month; Portal 2 is being released right in the middle of exam season. :(

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rajputwarrior    281

I was doubting your figure of 'almost $30 dollars more' until I added in tax to the $59.99 cost, and you're right. :s

HST is a bitch...

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apowers    2

16 days

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Singh400    184

Apparently you can see Portal 2 in action at Birmingham Bullring up till April 4th. Maybe even play it who knows?

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Steve B.    466

Apparently you can see Portal 2 in action at Birmingham Bullring up till April 4th. Maybe even play it who knows?

There is a massive floor ad there.

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Geoffrey B.    1,414

I have a pre-order for the PS3 version of the game. I figured it was the best way to go being that you also get the PC version with it.

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