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Portal is a natural theme for Valentine’s Day, as we saw with these cards Valve released in 2011 before Portal 2‘s arrival. This one is the best of a Valve-themed series done by Tumblr user applenail.
Mirrors lined with blue and red LEDs have long been a staple of Portal-themed decoration. Taking it to the next level, however, is jamin101wolf. He bought the Portal gun prop available through ThinkGeek and Amazon, then plugged the two mirrors into remote-control power boxes. With this he pulls off the effect of firing a red and blue portal (which are located on opposite walls, creating the requisite hall-of-mirrors effect.)
Those wanting to work for WibiData better have impeccable Portal problem solving skills. Part of the application process for the San Francisco tech startup involves completing a custom level, based on the company’s offices, says the New York Times.
YouTube user Marflus1 has created this musical gem, which is described as follows…
By now you’ve probably seen the ridiculous bikini-clad severed torso that publisher Deep Silver is packaging with the European/Australian special edition of zombie action-RPG Dead Island: Riptide.
The cinematic adaptation of Brian K. Vaughn’s beloved graphic novel series Y: The Last Man will be helmed by Dan Trachtenberg, director of the excellent 2011 Portal fan-film No Escape, Vulture reports.
When Pacific Rim‘s latest trailer (above) went out last month, a lot of people thought, “Wait! I know that voice!” And indeed, it sounds like jax Teller reading from “The Life and Death of Sam Crow” as an enormous sea monster destroys a bridge. Oh yeah, GLaDOS from the Portal series can be heard as well.