Posted on June 1, 2011 by Jingles | No Comments
I’m like a Metro train on this one – late. Better late than never. What the Portal 2 Team said:
With Aperture-brand turrets, boots, bots and panels flooding the applied science aisle of your local department store, you could forgive the up-and-coming test lab for taking a breather. Judging from their latest press release, though, their laurels remain untouched by backsides. Bolstered by recent breakthroughs in the field of jazz smoothing, Aperture announced today the first of three downloadable aural stimulus packages.
Whether you’re a mega-science corporation with decades of test experience, or a young start-up liberating your first test subject from non-testing with a chloroform-soaked rag, Aperture guarantees results. Wake up your test subject, open the chamber door, and press play–let Aperture’s patent-pending rhythmic compliance enhancers do the rest.
First of 3! Awesome! Well it will be if Valve make it to 3, they seem to have trouble with the number 3, like HL2EP3… Anyway… Hit the Portal 2 music page for the goods. It’s free too!