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    Half-life 2 Portal System

    Watch this video here or download the attached one (hl2portal_071806_001_wmvlowwide.wmv) and be amazed!!

    Anyone else think this is the start of more first person shooter/puzzle games?

    Even better, it's not necessarily graphics intensive, so we could easily see this technology in Wii games.

    What does everyone think?
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    i've seen it

    and it looks amazing a multiplayer would be funny you could put a teleport exit above someone then the entrance under them then it's continuous almost no way out

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