Crytek's perpetual in-beta freemium shooter Warface has initiated another closed beta run today, open to all who're registered through Crytek's Gface service. This will be the final round of beta testing before the game launches in North...Show More Summary
Aperture Science's "Perpetual Testing Initiative" has just undergone a major expansion. An update for Portal 2 released today which allows users to now create puzzles requiring cooperative play to add to the more than 170,000 single-player...Show More Summary
"You should sit down," the Portal 2 blog recommends, because there's big news in the world of science. Valve has added co-op to the Perpetual Testing Initiative - the company's fancy name for the hit game's level creator. Meaning, armchair...Show More Summary
Valve's first-person puzzler Portal 2 has received a significant update today. For months, players on PC and Mac have been able to create their own puzzles through the "Perpetual Testing Initiative." However, these creations have had to be solitary affairs. Show More Summary
The overwhelming success of the Portal 2 Perpetual Testing Initiative has caused Valve to hold a Steam sale.
Cave’s back, this time speaking to you from different dimensions and universes as you’re floating through space in a testing satellite. As always, rest assured he’s got everything under control. These get played randomly (in Portal 2 – Perpetual Testing Initiative – DLC2) as you enter custom test chambers. The voice actor is J.? K. [...] No related posts.
Valve's "Perpetual Testing Initiative" has already been yielding results, and they provide evidence for the hypothesis that people still like playing Portal 2. Since the DLC's release on May 8, the company reports that over 35,000 user-created...Show More Summary
Released just this week, the Perpetual Testing Initiative expansion to Portal 2 has already resulted in a success of some kind. No, no. Don't tell me. I'll figure out the appropriate adjective eventually. More than 35,000 tests haveShow More Summary
Science! Portal 2‘s freely available level editor DLC — Perpetual Testing Initiative — has caused a rush of new content to the first-person puzzler. Over 38,000 user-created levels have been created since the …
Mr. Cave Johnson - CEO of Aperture Science - recently issued a message to all his employees, confirming the existence of the Perpetual Testing Initiative (PeTI), and its status being operational as of now. In the message, rather than explaining how it works, Johnson instead opts to categorise his employees as having less intelligence than a dog. Show More Summary
Valve’s hit game Portal 2 has been out for some time now, but the software company has just released a treat for its fans. Said treat comes in the form of the “Perpetual Testing Initiative,” a bit of free downloadable content for the game. It’s wrapped in an extremely cool name and the DLC won’t [...]
If you needed something fun to do tonight or for the next decade (or more) until Portal 3 releases, the Portal 2 Perpetual Testing Initiative DLC is now available. In non-hilarious, real-life non-Portal terms, that's the game's level creator. Show More Summary
Valve has released the "Perpetual Testing Initiative" for the PC and Mac versions of Portal 2. This free batch of DLC provides players with a much-requested feature: a map editor.
As promised, Portal 2's "Perpetual Testing Initiative" DLC is now available for everyone that owns the game on Steam. This is a "simplified puzzle maker" that allows players to create, share, and play homemade Portal 2 puzzles via Steam Workshop. Show More Summary
Three months ago Skyrim unleashed the Creation Kit on Steam. Not only did it let users create amazing mods for an amazing game, it allowed them to browse, download, and share those mods using the Steam Workshop. Now we’re introducing the Perpetual Testing Initiative (PeTI), which combines a powerful, easy-to-use Puzzle Maker with full Steam [...] No related posts.
If you thought you were finished with Portal 2, the Perpetual Testing Initiative downloadable content could very well change your perspective. Set to launch through Steam on May 8 for PC and Mac, the DLC will allow you to set up custom puzzle chambers and publish them to the Steam Workshop, where others can browse, rate, download and comment on your creations...
Portal 2's level-editing DLC, the Perpetual Testing Initiative, will push the boundaries of physics and patience on May 8 for PC and Mac, and the above video shows us exactly how. It appears prolific level creator TopHATTwaffle originally...Show More Summary
It's already been announced that Valve will be releasing DLC that lets PC and Mac owners create their own additions to Aperture Science's brain-teasing architecture. Now, a leaked video shows what the Perpetual Testing Initiative looks like in action. More »
[Video Link] A terrific trailer for Portal 2 DLC: Perpetual Testing Initiative, coming May 2, 2012. (Via What the Christ)
One of GTTV's world exclusives during last night's broadcast was this Portal 2 trailer for the next free batch of DLC, the Perpetual Testing Initiative. The DLC allows players to create their own puzzles and publish them to Steam Workshop...Show More Summary