Make Your Spud an Aperture Potato with These Portal 2 Toys

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While NECA rolled out a bunch of impressive Valve-licensed stuff, I was still charmed by the Portal 2 offerings shown by ThinkGeek. Along a Companion Cube cookie jar and talking turrets, they also had Aperture Science cores that blurted out phrases from the Portal games. But the highlight had to be the Science Fair kit that you could plug into a potato, calling back to one of the best moments in Valve's teleportational sequel. (Potato not included but the poster backdrop is)

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ThinkGeek also had Minecraft wares on display, too. Those wall-hangings should keep the Creepers away, no?

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TheRealDoshu
TheRealDoshu

If those potato accessories really do make use of it's electricity generating potential (lights, sounds, whatevs) then it's a purchase!

Incidentally, that's how the Borg serve their taters.