The game featured as part of today’s Nintendo Direct Mini partner showcase. Check out the trailer below:
The description reads:
“This is a collection of two legendary, award-winning Valve games: Portal and Portal 2. The Portal series blends puzzles, first person action, hilarious dialog, and adventure gaming to produce an experience like no other. Both games have been optimized for the best experience on Nintendo Switch, including full resolution and targeting 60fps. Portal 2 includes fun DLC (exact DLC contents decided soon), as well as online multiplayer, local multiplayer, and split-screen multiplayer.”
Nvidia Lightspeed Studios co-developed Portal: Companion Collection is, and it’s out now. Plus, it costs £13.49 for both games.
In VideoGamer’s review of Portal, Wesley Yin-Poole said that “Portal is one of the best ideas for a game we’ve ever seen.”
And, as for the sequel, Jamin Smith said:
“I may have buttoned my lip in terms of concrete spoilers, but a mere ten minutes here will yield more memorable moments than you’re likely to squeeze out of the entirety of most other games this year. In all aspects of its design, Portal 2 is genius.”
Elsewhere in the Nintendo Direct Mini partner showcase, there were some intriguing announcements. For example, NieR: Automata is coming to Nintendo Switch. And we also go word of Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection, which is coming out in 2023. We also got a release date and a trailer for Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope. And Persona 3, 4, and 5 are all on their way to Switch.