The number of games it has released throughout its history Valve is not excessively extensive, but the truth is that the company led by Gabe Newell Yes, you can fill your chest with pride. It has given birth to great games of the caliber of Dota 2 or Half-Life, forever marking various genres in the industry.
Two of the best examples of this are the adventures that GLaDOS, the friendly and homicidal artificial intelligence of the Aperture Science facilities, makes us live. Both games are masterpieces, without a doubt, and are now on sale on Steam for little more than the cost of a coffee at the corner pub. 0.97 euros if you want just one of the games or 1.94 euros if you want the complete pack.
16 years have passed since the release of the first Portal and it remains a timeless marvel. We will have to control a test subject in the Aperture Science laboratories, having to scratch our heads to find out how to move forward. The real fantasy begins as soon as they let us control the portal guna tool capable of tearing apart reality to open portals between two points.
This innovative technology is the engine of the entire game, since the combination between platforms and puzzles is absolutely masterful. The title has been widely described as one of the best in history thanks to its display of imagination, script and a visual section that has now been improved. You can play Portal RTX with ray tracing thanks to a free update from Nvidia. And remember, the cake is a lie.
Valve itself had set the bar through the roof, but in 2011 they achieved what seemed impossible: surpass themselves. Portal 2 is an excellent continuation that breaks the cliché that sequels were never good. With more than 70 awards, the company that owns Steam was crowned by creating a new legend for the industry.
While in the original work we had to play alone, here we have the possibility of doing it cooperatively for the entire campaign. And it is not that we are playing the adapted individual, but that we are talking about an independent story, with its own tests and characters. You have to squeeze your brains more than ever to be clear about how to advance through the ruins of Aperture Science.