Portal 2 (2011 Video Game)
Same universe- Aperture Science rivals Black Mesa
Same universe: Aperture Science rivals Black Mesa
After the credits, something flat (a computer screen) floats away from the viewer as a robotic eyeball drifts forward in space, referencing the opening of The Twilight Zone.
One of the Fact Core's facts (about Babe Ruth and hot dogs) directly references this Canadian TV show.
At times, Wheatley seems to act like Otto, where calling him stupid makes him go berserk.
In co-op mode, in the first extra levels after the main chambers, there is a secret room in which there is a robotic arm in a glass case that looks just like the arm from Terminator
Black Mesa is again mentioned in this game.
There is a drydock in the game for a boat called "Borealis." This boat is referenced in Half-Life 2: Episode 2
mentioned by Adam
This is the interconnecting story of Portal and Portal 2.
The Aperture Science logo appears on the side of a truck.
When everyone is rushing around trying to shut down Gipsy Danger when Mako is about to fire the plasma cannon, you can hear someone in the background shout "Quick! Release the neurotoxin!" which is a reference to Portal, and GLaDOS' love of neurotoxin. GLaDOS' voice actress, Ellen McLain, voices the Jaeger's interface.
"Want You Gone" is heard.
"I don't want your damn lemons!"
Features the world and characters
Video game case of this video game is seen at the background when Peter is playing a video game at the mall
game is reviewed
Charlie plays this instead of watching The Royal Wedding
The #4 pick.
Game is discussed.
The boss fight against Wheatley is reviewed as one of the 5 best in video games.
A clip is featured.
Used in the trailer
The #4 pick.
Clips of the video game are shown while the cast comment on the death of Cave Johnson.
Clips of the video game are shown while Jane comments on its depiction of space in relation to what space is really like.
Clips of the video game are shown while the cast comment on its tutorial.
Clips of the video game are shown while the cast comment on the Aperture Science Enrichment Center.
The game is spoofed in "iPad: The Game", "Apps: The Game", and "The Boss: The Game".
Parodies various aspects of this game.
Series is about the work of 'Aperture' scientists.
How "Portal" should have ended.
Both have an announcer in the beginning asking the player to look up and down, followed by the announcer playing relaxing music which gets interrupted after ~10 sec. by a buzzer.