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Portal: The Companion Collection brings Portal and Portal 2 together in one neat little package, and it's available now for the Nintendo Switch (price will be roughly $28 AUD). With the game optimised to run at 60fps at 1080p, the results looks impressive for a Switch first-person title.

Developed by NVIDIA Lightspeed Studios and Valve, check out the trailer from Nintendo Direct held moments ago.

This release will also support split-screen and online multiplayer too, very cool.

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