Do the milkshake the milkshake do the shake
But! It seems that Gabe Newell along with his friends and colleagues, may be turning over a new leaf.
I'll let the co-founder and president of Valve explain a bit:
"We made a promise to gamers at E3 that Portal 2 for the PlayStation 3 would be the best console version of the product.
"Working together with Sony we have identified a set of features we believe are very compelling to gamers. We hope to expand upon the foundation being laid in Portal 2 with more Steam features and functionality in DLC and future content releases."
What he's referring to is the debut of Steam functioning on any next generation console. The new services will be bundled up with the PS3 version of Portal 2, including persistent cloud-based storage of PS3 saved games, as well as cross-platform play and chat (PC/Mac vs. PS3) for multiplayer games,
"We designed the Portal 2 PS3 experience to be very straightforward for gamers.
"PS3 gamers will be able to simply drop the Blu-Ray disc in the PS3, link to their Steam account from inside the game, and all their Steam friends (on PC and Mac) will be visible and accessible for chat and game invites."
So - which platform/s will you be grabbing Portal 2 for when it launches this April? PS3, PC, Mac or Xbox 360?
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