Right in the Feels. dang it Valve now im sad.... In Portal 2, {hell died, h/ lithology, heavensir When you die you hear singing and are accompanied by your best Portal steam chell
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Right in the Feels. dang it Valve now im sad.... In Portal 2, {hell died, h/ lithology, heavensir When you die you hear singing and are accompanied by your best

dang it Valve now im sad...

In Portal 2, {hell died, h/ lithology, heavensir
When you die you hear singing and are accompanied by
your best friand [the , ' causin
incinerated,) Turrets took aim, then sung? They shot her and she
heard singing.
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #9 - theavatarspupil
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You think that's bad? In the original plans of Portal 2 (it was supposed to be MUCH darker, until they apparently thought that it would be so much more difficult to market, so they added silly robots and a second, less serious storyline) there was a scene in which you hear Cave Johnson force Caroline into the machine that would "download" her into an AI, but Cave's voice actor straight up refused to voice it. Also, you were supposed to find Caroline's dead body, still strapped into the machine, which would cause GLaDOS into an emotional fit. In fact, that was supposed to be the climax of the game. Also, Wheatley was a last minute add, just like Atlas and P-Body.
User avatar #43 to #9 - maskedguardianmkii
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Dude... I so wish they had done this. I didn't like how "light" the game felt compared to the first one because of all the silly jokes and robots.
#59 to #9 - anon id: 5c207c6b
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I sincerely doubt that. First because you have no sources, secondly because why the **** would a voice actor refuse to do that? You don't seem to understand how difficult it is to get work as a voice actor, the vast majority of them just can't afford to.

It's not even as though it would be hard to find another voice actor willing to do it. You think mimicking Cave's voice is hard? Or that they couldn't find someone else?
#90 to #59 - anon id: e27d0b8b
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Plus, his character raped men all the time on the TV show "Oz", so i find it hard to believe that he would have a problem with voicing that scene
#72 to #59 - anon id: 394afae2
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Not when you're ******* J K Simmons. [url deleted]

You can't beat that voice!
#84 to #9 - anon id: d8a46fac
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But the machine was intended for Cave and only to be used for Caroline in the event of Cave's death before the machine's completion... Why would Cave be forcing Caroline into the machine?
#89 to #84 - anon id: 541027b2
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Because he was slowly slipping into insanity?
User avatar #171 to #9 - fffffffuuuuuuuuuuu
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Instead, Amnesia did it :D
#169 to #9 - crawlingdisaster
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******* **** that would have been awesome.
User avatar #13 to #9 - Hashenmier
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Actually, Ellen Mclain (voice of GlaDOS and turrets etc) recorded her lines for the scene of forcing caroline into the machine, but the VA for cave wouldn't do it for fear it sounded too much like a rape scene.

Wheately was originally 6 different cores, by Valve changed it to just 1 for character development.

(Scource, developer commentary from portal 2)
#76 to #9 - irokk
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This would have been waaaaay ******* better
User avatar #193 to #76 - andimac
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I dunno, I liked the upbeat storyline of portal 2. It's more fun (personally) to play a game with jokes in it than potential rape scenes. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy a good horror game as much as the next guy, but comedy is far more appealing to me.
#177 to #76 - anon id: d85c8c98
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Yeah I really felt like the game was too light, considering it's about an abandoned underground facility ruled by a psychopathic robot who killed thousands of people.
#11 - Muppetz
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Relax guys.
User avatar #23 to #11 - fantomen
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Corn is an old generic word for all kinds of grain like barley, wheat and rye.
It was used in the Americas to describe maize or sweetcorn.

Obviously since the ancient Greeks and the guys who translated their texts into English didn't know about America or the mysterious plant there called maize that would later also be known as corn, they didn't bother to distinguish them.

So that IS in fact a cornfield.
#31 to #23 - gentlemanpyro
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Y u do dis? I just want this post to be wrong, Please..just be wrong
Y u do dis? I just want this post to be wrong, Please..just be wrong
#145 to #23 - anon id: 8c198aa2
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and how would the old greeks know about a plant brought to europe around the year 1500. of course they ment wheat
#44 - zomgodness
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Oh ****, that also explains the death scene in Gladiator.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=72uwmHsFSAg
#182 to #44 - anon id: c70987d6
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No one questioned the ending of Gladiator though
User avatar #217 to #182 - zomgodness
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You are right, but I didn't mean to say that the ending was being question, but rather that it gives a better explanation of the scene :)
#50 to #44 - namhcrocs
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I'm glad I wasn't the only one who though that.
User avatar #53 to #44 - Theyneverknow
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That's the point of that scene
#41 - mummyslittlebitch
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mfw corn in ancient greece
#119 - mrmamric
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And on the fourth day God was just like:

"I'm making heaven out of corn. Because bitches love corn."
#136 - herecomesjohnny
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elysium isn't a cornfield.

And ancient greeks didn't have corn.
User avatar #159 to #136 - theshadowed
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She may not have gone to Elysium
#163 to #159 - senglish
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it was a wheat field in the game too wasn't it?
User avatar #166 to #163 - theshadowed
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I'm not sure. Never got round to completing it. My point was that there are many different parts of the Greek underworld, Elysium is for the good who stand out
User avatar #172 to #136 - sidekickman
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It's a wheat field.
User avatar #86 - misterbonzo
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and now they don't have to make portal 3. real ******* convenient.
User avatar #105 to #86 - dildoes
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Prequels, unrelated sequels set in the same labs
There are no limits to writing at all.
User avatar #92 to #86 - Alchemyst
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In 3 you play as Wheatley in SPAAAAAACE
#95 to #92 - TehFunnyMan
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OH MY GOD.   
I  WOULD BE SO OKAY IF THAT WAS TRUE.
OH MY GOD.
I WOULD BE SO OKAY IF THAT WAS TRUE.
User avatar #55 - dvdfaust
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The greeks didn't have access to corn, it wasn't known in Europe until the 1500s, roughly, because it grew in the New World.
User avatar #60 to #55 - redblueyellow
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Dude of course the ancient greeks had corn. It just wasn´t the corn you find in America.

The corn in the US is actually maize.
In England corn was called wheat.
And in Scotland and Ireland it´s called oats (thus oatmeal).

But they definately had corn, or else they wouldn't have been able to make bread.
User avatar #63 to #60 - dvdfaust
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dude but no
User avatar #67 to #63 - redblueyellow
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dude but yes.

I'm sorry, but the content is right and you are wrong. If you would have said the greeks didn't have acces to maize, then you would be right. But what you see in the picture (and what was available to all of Europe) is a wheatfield, or also a cornfield.
User avatar #71 to #67 - dvdfaust
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dude sorry but no
User avatar #82 to #71 - ruinsage
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A cornfield is a field containing cereal grain, such as wheat.

Now shut up
User avatar #56 to #55 - nim
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I'm pretty sure it was a wheat field.
User avatar #58 to #56 - dvdfaust
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Content be sayin' cornfield, yo, and the pic is definitely a cornfield.
User avatar #64 to #58 - redblueyellow
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Corn and wheat is the same, only in America corn is actually maize.
User avatar #65 to #64 - dvdfaust
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But wait dude that's wrong
User avatar #73 to #65 - redblueyellow
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No, it is not. Corn can be divided into many different groups, like wheat, oats and maize. In America, it's called maize.
In Scotland and Ireland, it's called oats.
And in England it's called wheat.

The picture shows a wheatfield. Wheat = corn, so it shows a cornfield, thus the pic is right and you are wrong.
User avatar #74 to #73 - dvdfaust
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Sorry dude I really hate to say this but no
User avatar #75 to #74 - redblueyellow
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You are just going to ignore facts because you will not accept that maize isn't the only corn?

Seriously, do you just not get it or are you just refusing to admit you're wrong?
User avatar #77 to #75 - dvdfaust
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I would, but, dude, no
#78 to #77 - redblueyellow
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Ok I'm done
Ok I'm done
User avatar #85 to #78 - ruinsage
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I gave you thumbs as compensation to the time you spent trying to educate this ignorant sinkhole of a person
#88 to #85 - redblueyellow
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I tried...
I tried...
User avatar #218 to #88 - dvdfaust
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....you do understand I wasn't being serious, yes?
User avatar #79 to #78 - dvdfaust
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:3c
User avatar #107 to #77 - dildoes
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I'm gonna argue like this from now on.
"Dude, but no."
"Sorry, dude, just, no."
"Dude, dude. that's wrong"
No matter how complicated the **** they say is.
User avatar #219 to #107 - dvdfaust
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Eh, for quick funs it works.
User avatar #61 to #58 - nim
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Content is wrong. It's too short to be corn. It's a wheat field in the game.
User avatar #62 to #61 - dvdfaust
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red thumbs are ready, then.
#66 to #62 - nim
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User avatar #68 to #66 - redblueyellow
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You are right, he thinks the only corn is the american corn, which is actually maize.
User avatar #70 to #68 - dvdfaust
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but dude no
User avatar #69 to #66 - dvdfaust
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I could, but I'd be wrong.
#52 - whatwhen
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**whatwhen rolled a random image posted in comment #1286142 at Friendly ** nope, and turrets were singing in one of the easter eggs
User avatar #109 to #52 - snowshark
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Ah, the wonderful world of foreshadowing.

The thing is that developers have, time and again, gone out of their way to tell you things without out and out telling you. Garry's Raticate is a good example of this. The trick to doing this is that enough information is given to support the thesis without completely proving it beyond a shadow of a doubt.

It leaves the decision ultimately with the player, allowing them a personal stake in first the discovery and then the defence of the theory. As such, Valve have played a masterful hand in creating a theory that is as provable as it is fallible and letting us choose wether we want to believe it or not.
User avatar #220 to #109 - raticate
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What did I do
User avatar #25 - chellyeah
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No. I'm still alive.