With the annoying fairy robot Wheatvi as her only accomplice, Chell must use her trusty Ocarina of Portals to traverse a series of Testing Dungeons and gather the tools she needs to defeat GanonDOS once and for all, to free the the Princess Zelda from her encapsulation in the Aperture Enchantments Companion Crate.
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Many of us work jobs that frown upon flaunting our gamertude and we have to be careful about what we wear and accessorize with. So when a design comes along that lets us display our geekiness subtly and in a way that won’t get us in the hot seat with the boss, we celebrate.
The Little Saint offers just such designs in a range of gaming and geeky tie clips. Each clip is made of stainless steel and some are even available in color.
Generally I don’t approve of the use of the word “retarded” in a non-clinical fashion, but while playing Portal 2 I did seriously wonder if I had brain damage that caused clinical mental retardation. I mean, on the third level(ish) I couldn’t even get it after reading a walkthrough for five minutes.
And then I decided I was just getting into character since Chell supposedly has a minor case of serious brain damage.