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What Portal 2 Sounds Like to Others |

Portal 2 – A job well done. Portal 2’s soundtrack is still better than any other video game soundtrack I have heard. Here’s what people are saying about it:

Imagine being in the middle of a huge battlefield, with explosions going off all around you. Now imagine you’re using your ears to determine the direction of these explosions and to locate their origin. Now, place yourself in the same situation, but with a stereo headset that can beam sounds in your direction. That’s Portal 2 in a nutshell.

Portal 2 is set to release tomorrow, and we have a little something to share with you all. (Because, you know… we’re cool like that :P) Portal 2 Soundtrack, a fan-made video that lets you hear just what Portal sounds like to others.

Have you ever experienced the uncomfortable experience of being playing Portal 2 co-op with a friend while wearing a headphone and having someone pass by you without knowing about the game?

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_TdDg8flzp0&w=560&h=349]

That’s exactly what she said!

 

Portal 2 was a great example of how sound can add a level of depth and realism to a game that would have otherwise been underwhelming. The background music was a very important aspect for Portal 2. And with a whole new game, Valve is taking the soundtrack one step further. Even the sounds of the Portal gun are being changed to make the game even more immersive.. Read more about portal 2 turret sounds and let us know what you think.

Frequently Asked Questions

What music genre is Portal 2?

The music genre of Portal 2 is electronic.

Why does GLaDOS sound more human in Portal 2?

The voice actress for GLaDOS, Ellen McLain, recorded the dialogue in a studio with no background noise.

What does Wheatley say in Portal 2?

Wheatley says Im not a test subject, Im a human being!

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