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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:15pm 01/07/10 | 6 Comments
Following yesterday's gameplay videos, showing off some of the awesome new gameplay tools and puzzle innovations Valve will be introducing to Portal 2, we have a further two for you, today showing off the "Pneumatic Diversity Vent" and "Thermal Discouragement Beam", both of which we also discussed in our in-depth Portal 2 preview from the E3 show floor.

Check out today's new videos from the following links:





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Seven
Posted 12:40pm 01/7/10
Part 4 and Part 5?
Dan
Posted 01:35pm 01/7/10
Cheers seven, that one was my fault (read: actually part of my cunning plan to make Steve look bad).
Steve Farrelly
Posted 01:37pm 01/7/10
I don't need your help to look bad :P
tequila
Posted 01:47pm 01/7/10
do want
Crakaveli
Posted 02:23pm 01/7/10
I gotta say the source engine is looking f*****g great.
Cat Scratch
Posted 09:01am 02/7/10
"...Oh It Burns".

That was great. Can't wait.
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