I purchased The Orange Box a while ago, before the game pack was released. I have had the content pre-loaded since it was available, and although I was in Tucson this week and unable to play when it came out on wednesday, I was able to remote into my computer at home and decrypt the game files so I could play when I got home. Well, I came home last night, and the first thing I did (well, second after being jumped by my dog, as usual) was to start Portal. It turns out that the game isn't very long, as I was able to finish the main storyline last night, but overall, it's hard to overstate my satisfaction. It was easily the most fun I've had playing a game in quite some time. The folks at Valve and Aperature Science did an excellent job. And now, time for cake.
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I'm Being So Sincere Right Now
Posted by nick.steinbaugh at 10:58 AM
Filed under: Games
I have started summer school. In a week, I am already a fifth through one of my classes - Finance 867, a class on options and futures.
Anyway, when I am not doing that, I am playing Oblivion. I started that last week, and I am already in for about forty hours. What can I say - it's quite addicting.
Posted by nick.steinbaugh at 11:50 PM
Filed under: University of Nebraska, Nebraska, Games, Lincoln