Once Valve gets around to releasing its magical future goggles, I’m hoping it’ll just start constantly beaming clever trailers for its games straight to my eyeballs. Between TF2′s “Meet The ___” series and Portal’s cavalcade of comedic excellence, I could spend all the rest of my days awkwardly cackling to myself on buses, in restaurants, and while committing the most unforgivable crime of them all: wearing sunglasses at night. Everyone will hate me and take tremendous pleasure every time I stumble blindly into low-hanging signs or taller-than-ordinary children. Which brings us to Valve’s latest bit of advertorial brilliance: the story justification for the Perpetual Testing Initiative, as narrated by Aperture founder Cave Johnson.
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By Nathan Grayson on April 28th, 2012.
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- Safilpope : “This is why my brother and I share a steam account, that way we both enjoy the games at half the cost” on Unlearning To Share: The Industry’s Hatred Of Generosity
- kirby2112 : “GameInformer's YouTube channel is hinting at a new mirrors edge, so you might just get your wish.” on Parkour Vs Zombies: Techland’s Dying Light
- Parge : “Is it fair to say that this looks *exactly* the same as the last 5 NFS based games. Seriously, what is the difference?” on Car Wars: EA Announces Need For Speed Rivals
- baltasaronmeth : “Until the day the German rating board puts its hands on the game to find out, that you just spelled peasants wrong...” on Sir, You Are Hiking In The Mountains
- mangrove : “A periscope would be quite sweet for peeking over dense shrubs/walls/roc~ without revealing yourself. UP PERISCOPE!!” on Sir, You Are Hiking In The Mountains