Portal™ ist ein neues Valve-Spiel im Einzelspielermodus. Portal, dessen Handlung in den geheimnisvollen Aperture Science Laboratories spielt, gilt als eines der innovativsten Spiele überhaupt und bietet Spielern viele Stunden voller einzigartiger Spielunterhaltung.
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Veröffentlichung: 10. Okt. 2007

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"A first-person physics puzzler developed by Valve. Use a Portal Gun to navigate a series of tests as a human lab rat, guided by the friendly A.I. GLaDOS"

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Portal™ ist ein neues Valve-Spiel im Einzelspielermodus. Portal, dessen Handlung in den geheimnisvollen Aperture Science Laboratories spielt, gilt als eines der innovativsten Spiele überhaupt und bietet Spielern viele Stunden voller einzigartiger Spielunterhaltung.

Die Spieler dieses Spiels können die Möglichkeiten einer gegebenen Umgebung auf eine völlig neue Weise ausschöpfen, so wie das Gravitron in Half-Life® 2 neue Möglichkeiten der Nutzung eines Objekts in verschiedenen Situationen bietet.

Die Spieler müssen mit zwei Portalen Rätsel lösen, sich Herausforderungen stellen und auf diese Weise verschiedene Objekte – und sich selbst – bewegen.


Mac OS X

    Mindestanforderung: 1,7-GHz-Prozessor, 512 MB RAM, DirectX® 8.1-fähige Grafikkarte (SSE-Unterstützung erforderlich), Windows® 7 (32/64-bit) / Vista / XP, Maus, Tastatur, Internetverbindung

    Empfohlen: Pentium 4-Prozessor (3,0 GHz oder höher), 1 GB RAM, DirectX® 9-fähige Grafikkarte, Windows® 7 (32/64-bit)/Vista/XP, Maus, Tastatur, Internetverbindung

    Minimum: OS X Version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, 1GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce 8 oder höher, oder ATI X1600 oder höher, Maus, Tastatur, Internetverbindung

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Aggressive Pizza
( 1.0 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 29. Juni
It's a great game and I'm an hour into it
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( 3.4 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 29. Juni
This game is kind of haunting from the spiritual, conspiratorial perspective. The dialogue, the tone, the subject matter. You can't help but wonder and even see, how much truth is actually depicted here. The veiled disdain for the life of the common person; the masked mockery. Testing people as if they are no different than animals.

The game is fun, but very short. I beat it in 3.4 hours, and I'm not someone who rushes through games whatsoever.
I see there is more replayability through special challenge maps, and there's still achievements to unlock, if one desires.

To me this game it what it presents itself to be. A study of people whom the occult have no cares for, and the presentation of programming via display of technologies and realities they are working to manifest.

Not sure if I'll pickup Portal 2. I'm interested to see what the program is in it, and if there's new revelation of their inner workings. Of course more, and enhanced gameplay will be fun too.

I certainly am glad I got this game for such a cheap price.
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[DFS] Generic Face
( 207.8 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 29. Juni
One of the popular games to speedrun through.
Remember the TAS from sourceruns? Imagine if you were GLaDOS and Jukspa here just kills you in 5 minutes when he woke up.
"LSD makes speedrunning easy." - Generic Face
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( 4.1 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 29. Juni
I have a notoriously low tolerance for 3D motion games.
FFX-2 gave me migraine and nausea.

I don't know whether Portal isn't as bad with the 3D motion, or it was enjoyable enough for me to not notice, but I managed to finish it despite my disadvantage (and I think that's saying a lot considering how disorienting Portal can be). It isn't the sort of game that I would play for long hours straight, unless I was desperate for sick leave, but if you're like me and want to give this a whirl (hah), just take a good break whenever you feel like you need it and it won't ruin your experience of the game.

With the disclaimers aside, Portal is an amazingly fun and fresh concept. It's a first-person puzzle shooting game with enough challenge that it makes you want to tear your hair out in frustration, and then sit down and stare at your environment until an answer comes to you. Highly recommended for anyone to try out.
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( 0.6 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 29. Juni
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( 4.7 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 29. Juni
I've been promising myself to play it for years now, and yesterday I finally started and finished in one sitting. It'short and fast, but overwhelmingly interesting and by far one of the most beautiful games I have ever played!
The atmosphere, the puzzles, the mechanics,.. I really recommend this to anyone who has not played it yet.
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Jingle Fking Jangle
( 0.8 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 29. Juni
The Game is Too Damn Short.
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( 3.3 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 29. Juni
I havent played the game long but i have finished the campaign and i have to say it is one of the best games i have played in a longtime, with the story-line, gameplay and humour... btw cake not included

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Vape Nation
( 2.7 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 28. Juni
Creative, fun, hilarious.
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Hiræther Harbinger de Behçet
( 0.2 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 28. Juni
Dizziness. Vertigo. Headache... This game is not for everyone. Perhaps this is part of why I am terrible at FPS games. Looking around, walking, shooting; honestly not much difference between Portal and Duck Hunt for my taste. Rail shooters are better for my brainspace. A lot of the puzzles are frustrating due to the terrible lighting. I'm severely autistic and it does nothing good for me. I think this game is astoundingly overrated for story, as the monotone robots "dry whit" bit only works so many times. The Portal robots don't fit into Poker Night 2, either, despite the Boarderlands bot fitting right in. The plot of Chip's Challenge is more interesting. This game was a big baby's 1st FPS virus for those who didn't go straight to Counterstrike and Team Fortress in teh Orange Box. I think that's also why it's boring, comparatively, as so many of Portal's mechanics slow up gameplay when the other games set the pace. The nuts from the faster FPS were prolly even more confused. It's a test of patience I just don't have time for. Setting sticky bomb traps for Demo in TF2 will be as much looking up as I will be doing, tyvm.
~ PS ~ Don't get whiplash in virtual reality later in Porthole III!
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2 von 4 Personen (50 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19. Juni
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Was ist eigentlich Portal?
Portal ist ein First Person Puzzlespiel aus dem Hause Valve. “Bewaffnet” mit einer sogenannten Portal-Gun rätselt man sich durch viele innovative Testkammern.

Überraschenderweise hat das Spiel fast gar keine Bugs und eine Super Physic was Gegenstände angeht. Die Steuerung ist die Klassische W-A-S-D Steuerung.

25 von 40 Punkten
Spielelement Punktzahl Begründung
STORY 6|10 Die Story bekommt nur 6 Punkte, da sie ein bisschen zu kurz ist und nicht alle fragen erklärt
LEVELDESIGN 7|10 Sehr innovative Testkammern, aber der 2. Teil beweist das es noch viel besser geht
GEGNER KI XX|10 Nicht vorhanden
GRAFIK 6|10 Die Klassische Half Life 2 engine Grafik, also nicht mehr die beste
SOUND 6|10 Für das Spiel Total außreichend und überall synchron wo es geht.
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88 von 94 Personen (94 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
9.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10. Juni
(Full review follows below)

  • Game Name: Portal
  • Original Release: 2007
  • Genre Tags: Innovative; Puzzle; Sci-Fi; Action; Funny
  • My Overall Grade: A+
  • Estimated Playtime (Campaign): 2-3 hours
  • Multiplayer Aspect: None
  • Recommended To: Established fans of the genre; Those intrigued by the genre; Novelty seekers; Casual gamers

Portal is an amazing experience. In terms of video games: it is the very definition of short & sweet. There are many people out there overly concerned with the length of games, and I believe Portal is an excellent example of why one shouldn’t immediately scoff at a short game due to prejudices. Sometimes 3 hours of perfection is better than 20 hours of mediocrity. Sit down, immerse yourself, and just play through the game in one sitting as you would if watching a movie. It is worth it.

I say this because I believe this is a game best enjoyed in one sitting. There are no lulls or down points, and every second of the game is riveting and purposeful. The whole experience is so genuinely entertaining and the pacing is so perfectly on point that I think it is designed to be played like this. In this way, I see the length of the game as a strength and not a weakness… but maybe I’m just crazy.

But what is it that makes the game so genuinely entertaining in the first place? Everything… and then some. The concept is innovative, the puzzles are intuitive and interesting, the atmosphere is captivating, and the dialogue is hilarious and flawless. And when all of these facets come together in the finished product, the whole becomes greater than the sum of its parts. And a game is created that transcends opinions: it is undeniably great.

Honestly, I respect everyone’s right to their own taste in video games; but if you don’t enjoy Portal, I would dutifully suggest you consider finding a new hobby. I would find it very hard to understand how anyone could possibly not enjoy this game if they consider themselves a “gamer.”

If you haven’t yet had the luxury of experiencing Portal, then I envy you. Stop thinking about it and just go for it.

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24 von 24 Personen (100 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
37.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16. Juni
There is no other game for me personally, that I would consider perfect, other than Portal.

There is literally NOTHING flawed in the game, nothing at all I can think of.
The pacing is impeccable, with the correct timing on music and ambient playback with the story.
It covers all types of pacing with music and ambience in gameplay, from the slow and depressing downward spiral of thinking you may never escape (Self Esteem Fund from the OST), to the fast paced finale music of the game. The game made me go through so many emotions all in the expanse of my first time playing around 3 hours.

The game is UNBELIEVABLY clever, yet doesn't need to break the fourth wall to do that, which is incredibly impressive.
The game's humour is absolutely timeless, it is old as hell (9 years from this review point), and yet the jokes are still brilliant. witty, and dark. There are almost NO games that do it on the same caliber of Portal, hell, not even Portal 2 could live up to this godly creation.
The puzzles are beautifully made, completely fair (no fidgety rubbish) and once again, timeless in the sense of enjoyment.

Visually, you might think this game is nothing to write home about, but to me, once again the game shows how age will NEVER affect this game. NEVER. simplistic visuals will always be timeless, intricate wank in videogames will ensure it stays contemporary.

I think I play through Portal 1 at least once a year. The game is short, and scales next to nothing in comparison to other games, but unlike those said games, which take hours upon hours of your life, portal will only take an hour or two. But it stays with you for life, and allows you to experience true perfection in a videogame.
I generally hate analogies for this kind of stuff, but if you can think of some other medium with a perfect technicality and timelessness to it (think of Citizen Kane or something), then Portal is that kind of game.
I think most people in the year 2016 will have played this by now, but sometimes you just gotta pour your heart out for something you cherish a bunch.

Valve may not be the greatest company, but some small dev team in there brought us absolute perfection, and I thank them for this experience with complete content.
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20 von 23 Personen (87 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
17 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
0.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 4. Juni
I hate to admit it,
but the companion cube is my best friend.
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12 von 14 Personen (86 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
8.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11. Juni
Portal * 9/10

I need a companion Cube.

Portal looks like a First-Person Puzzle Game with the good old Half-Life 2 Source Engine, but it's more than that. We're Chell, a girl used as guinea pig forced to do tests for an artificial intelligence called GLaDos with a portal gun inside this gigantic and apparently deserted structure named Aperture Science Labs. The puzzles you will be prompted to solve involve the use of the portal gun, a gun that shoots two linking portals on specific typologies of walls and, you must complete every test where you might have to push a button, drop cubes, make huge leaps with the help of the portals and a clever use of physics and gravity.

Seems simple and effective but what's so special in this game? Well, besides the clever puzzles you can't ignore the ourageously and funny GLaDos, with her sarcastic comments and black humour that will keep on encouraging you in doing tests for her while at the same time insulting you. Exhilarating.

The interesting fact is the minimalistic story behind the game. Portal is set in the same "universe" of Half-Life 2, but the time is not specified. Anyways it's interesting to notice the small clues around the maps, the small hints and stories told by GLaDos to understand a little what's going on, why are we here and what happened to the Aperture Science Labs.

Unfortunately a very big problem of the game is it's length, it just take less than a fistful hours to fully complete it, but believe me it's really worth it.

  • PORTAL. Very innovative and creative puzzles. I love the portal gun and it's being used in every possible way pushing the player to make a very attentive use with the aid of physics.
  • GLaDos. Her artificial sarcasm alone is definitely a reason good enough to play.
  • LENGHT. It's Short. Very short... Too Short
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9 von 9 Personen (100 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
7 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
5.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10. Juni
I just have to say this...


This was a triumph!
I'm making a note here:
Huge success!

It's hard to overstate
my satisfaction.

Aperture Science:
We do what we must
because we can
For the good of all of us.
Except the ones who are dead.

But there's no sense crying
over every mistake.
You just keep on trying
'til you run out of cake.
And the science gets done.
And you make a neat gun
for the people who are
still alive.

I'm not even angry...
I'm being so sincere right now.
Even though you broke my heart,
and killed me.

And tore me to pieces.
And threw every piece into a fire.
As they burned it hurt because
I was so happy for you!

Now, these points of data
make a beautiful line.
And we're out of beta.
We're releasing on time!
So I'm GLaD I got burned!
Think of all the things we learned!
for the people who are
still alive.

Go ahead and leave me...
I think I'd prefer to stay inside...
Maybe you'll find someone else
to help you.
Maybe Black Mesa?
That was a joke. Ha Ha. Fat Chance!

Anyway this cake is great!
It's so delicious and moist!

Look at me: still talking
when there's science to do!
When I look out there,
it makes me glad I'm not you.

I've experiments to run.
There is research to be done.
On the people who are
still alive.
And believe me I am
still alive.
I'm doing science and I'm
still alive.
I feel fantastic and I'm
still alive.
While you're dying I'll be
still alive.
And when you're dead I will be
still alive

Still alive.

Still alive.


Please Valve!! I'm still waiting for the movie!! Or portal 3... Who knows :3 ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
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8 von 8 Personen (100 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
4.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14. Juni
Short and sweet. I would also reccomend portal 2 as steam sales are just around the corner and it would complete the story.
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8 von 8 Personen (100 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
22.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16. Juni
This review article analyzes the tone and design of the excellent single-player campaigns in Portal and Portal 2, concluding that the original Portal is the stronger title.

[. . .] I think it’s fairly trivial to say that Portal is a significant and influential franchise. In fact, I would go so far as to say that the original Portal is such a cohesive, nearly flawless gaming experience that it should be remembered alongside the other highest-tier encapsulations of solid game design and execution. [. . .]

[Click here to continue reading this review]
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3 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
18.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12. Juni
Amazing!! This game is worth it and also has a nice story! I love the rattmann dens and the ending!! Soo fun!! I will rate it 11/10
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7 von 7 Personen (100 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
2.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 4. Juni
Portal is an innovative 1st person puzzler that was crafted with the utmost attention to detail. It blends thoughtful puzzle design with a comedic and interesting narrative in a surprisingly effective way that shaped it into an instant classic back when it was released in 2007. To go more in depth on Portal, Let’s take a look at its graphics, gameplay, and story, followed by some final thoughts.

Portal is a game enveloped by a stark and sterile tone, which fits it perfectly. This does come with the added note that it's not much of a looker due to an absence of elaborate visual effects, but that's not the point of Portal so this doesn't give it any strikes in my book. The graphics are in reality more of a tool to push the atmosphere, which is the overbearing feeling that you are a lab rat with no control over your predicament. When looking at the visuals in this light, you realize that Portal specifically chose this lack of graphical complexity in order to improve the more important aspects of its design, the gameplay and narrative. Because of this, it's my opinion that Portal is visually flawless.

Just like virtually every other Valve game, the focus of Portal is its gameplay. This is shown by the majority of Portal's emphases being on the expertly crafted puzzling along with the occasional platforming section. The puzzles are done through the quite original use of a portal gun you receive early in the game, which can shoot portals of two colors onto certain (white) surfaces, allowing you and objects to pass through to wherever you have placed the opposite portal. You'll have to use these portals in a multitude of ways, whether it be to obtain a needed object, defeat obstacles, power a device in order to progress to the next level, etc. This fresh idea combined with the excellent physics results in some pretty great moments; an example being launching yourself through a portal at a fast pace, and then having to carry that momentum into a new portal you've made midflight in order to propel yourself at an objective. As for the platforming, it's pretty much just the standard timed jumping every now and then, onto a platform. All considered the gameplay isn't very varied, but the puzzling mechanic Portal relies on is both wonderfully ingenious and fun to play around with.

In Portal you begin by waking up in a cold and barren room, knowing nothing about your character or why you are where you are. A portal opens soon after being spoken to by a computerized womanly voice, and you are then released into the Aperture Science Facility to do… well, science. You do this science by the way of solving increasingly complex puzzles while being observed by this AI's robotic voice, and who knows what else, if anything else. The whole way you are taunted by the artificial intelligence (whose name is GLaDOS) in a comedic fashion, but it often hits close to home because her insults are based on your actions, which she previously forced you to commit in order to proceed. This serves to build Portal’s personality, something very few games have, and it’s a real treat that this one does. As to not spoil too much, let's shift gears. There are many environmental clues and eventually a confirmation through GLaDOS' dialogue which informs you that Portal takes place in the same world as Half-Life, which opens up one of the biggest cans of worms in gaming history. How closely the two franchises are connected no one knows (because Gaben can't count to 3), but it's obviously of some importance to the overarching narrative if it was stated in game. Other than that the story culminates in a celebratory party where you get to eat some cake, which is a great way to end the game and move on to Portal 2. In conclusion, Portal's narrative is one of science, then comedic relief, which is followed by mystery, and ends in cake; a story I'd say any gamer could enjoy.

Final Thoughts
When it comes to puzzle games, Portal is the first that comes to mind for pretty much any PC player you ask. I feel this speaks a lot to the greatness of the game, especially when you consider its very short runtime of 2-3 hours; it must have done something great to receive the type of overwhelmingly positive reaction it got, and that's for you to experience. For me I think I was let down by the hype, and maybe also because puzzlers aren't really my choice of game. All in all though, I appreciate Portal for what it is, and think every PC gamer should give it a chance. It's perfectly crafted, there's no denying that. What you get out of Portal will be entirely governed by your taste in games, which for me meant a solid puzzling and narrative experience through the mysterious Aperture Science Facility.

Personal Rating: 8.5/10

P.S. The Cake is a Lie.
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