Valve’s homicidal disk operating system doesn’t do “cameo” or “guest star.” The moment GLaDOS arrives in LEGO Dimensions it’s her game, from her face-off with one of science fiction’s greatest villains to the bittersweet ending. I feel like I just finished a new Portal game.
I would have said awesome, but she’s watching us. She’s always watching us.
Last month, we learned both that a GLaDOS announcer pack would come to Dota, and that we've all apparently been pronouncing 'Dota' wrong this entire time. And now we finally know when that update will launch: September 23rd.
Now, we've featured plenty of GLaDOS cosplayers before—all great!—but no cosplay, to our knowledge, has ever done GLaDOS like this before.
Good news: Dota 2 is getting a GLaDOS announcer pack, meaning that you'll have the ability to pay to have GLaDOS chide you as you play. "Bad" news: the clip that teases her inclusion has a most surprising revelation.
People propose at fan conventions like PAX, Comic-Con or GenCon all the time. And, yes, many of these declarations of love involve costumes. But a very select few—maybe only one?— have the fan-favorite actress who gives voice to Portal series antagonist GLaDOS singing “Still Alive” along with a banjo. The cuteness…
Among the questions video-game fans may have about Guillermo Del Toro's upcoming robots vs. monsters blockbuster Pacific Rim—how are the robots? How are the monsters?—one question stands apart: Is GLaDOS really in it?
Poker video games aren’t usually done well. They’re historically cheap, flavorless games without a lot of personality. Telltale’s Poker Night 2 does not suffer from those problems, particularly when it comes to its dealer, GLaDOS.
When Pacific Rim's latest trailer (above) went out last month, a lot of people thought, "Wait! I know that voice!" And indeed, it sounds like Jax Teller reading from "The Life and Death of Sam Crow" as an enormous sea monster destroys a bridge. Oh yeah, GLaDOS from the Portal series can be heard as well.
It's been a long time since I've played Portal, but this Olympic Stadium rig sort of looks like GLaDOS from Portal.
Oh, GLaDOS. Cruel, cruel GLaDOS. Here, the villain from the Portal games comes to life, in costume and utterly free of cake.
deviantART user wazzy88 just uploaded this beauty, and I immediately knew I'd have to have it.
Welcome everyone to week 3 of the Kotaku Game Club's look back at Portal 2. In our third meeting we'll be talking about the game's story and characters.
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After several weeks of debate, discussion, and deliberation, Kotaku's 2011 Game of the Year Award came down to a simple vote, and the majority voted for science.
What Valve did this year seemed impossible: they improved on the perfection that was the first Portal. That feat was accomplished, surprisingly, by making everything about players' return to Aperture Science less perfect. We got a scuffed-up, messier experience that resonated more deeply than any other game this…
What happens when one of the world's best tower defense games meets one of gaming's most beloved power-mad robotic villains? Fans line up to pay $4.99 or 400 Microsoft points for the Defense Grid: You Monster expansion, that's what.
Switzerland's public broadcasting company this week released that advertisement below—"The Phony Wars"—to tout the service's new iOS and Android apps. And, Swiss to the last, they declare their neutrality between those two platforms.