See Chell's acrobatic badassery in the new Portal 2 'Long Fall Boot' trailer

Who knew that shoes with metal strips on them could be so cool?

Valve (in conjunction with Aperture, of course), has released the final Portal 2 "product" trailer. The new promotional spot introduces Aperture's one-of-a-kind "Long Fall Boot," with a fantastic clip of Chell getting acrobatic with her new Moon Shoes. The clip is, as usual, narrated by Aperture founder Cave Johnson, voiced by J.K. Simmons.

Valve's redesign of Chell is more apparent than ever here - while she still acts as a vessel for the player, she seems to be expressing far more resolve than her original lab rat persona. More resolve, and more badassery. Next Tuesday can't come soon enough. Well, unless you messed with the earth's rotation to make it come sooner, because that'd probably end up killing us all. That would be too soon.

Apr 12, 2011

Valve's redesign of Chell is more apparent than ever here - while she still acts as a vessel for the player, she seems to be expressing far more resolve than her original lab rat persona. More resolve, and more badassery. Next Tuesday can't come soon enough. Well, unless you messed with the earth's rotation to make it come sooner, because that'd probably end up killing us all. That would be too soon.

Apr 12, 2011

Valve's redesign of Chell is more apparent than ever here - while she still acts as a vessel for the player, she seems to be expressing far more resolve than her original lab rat persona. More resolve, and more badassery. Next Tuesday can't come soon enough. Well, unless you messed with the earth's rotation to make it come sooner, because that'd probably end up killing us all. That would be too soon.

Apr 12, 2011

Valve's redesign of Chell is more apparent than ever here - while she still acts as a vessel for the player, she seems to be expressing far more resolve than her original lab rat persona. More resolve, and more badassery. Next Tuesday can't come soon enough. Well, unless you messed with the earth's rotation to make it come sooner, because that'd probably end up killing us all. That would be too soon.

Apr 12, 2011

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