Valve announces second Portal 2 DLC featuring in-game map editor

Valve, creators of best-selling game franchises (such as Half-Life, Left 4 Dead, Team Fortress, and Counter-Strike), just announced that the second game add-on for Portal 2 is in development and targeted for release early next year.

The major update will feature an easy-to-use in-game map editor that will let users design, build and share their own single-player and co-op test chambers with the community, who will be able to view, play and vote on them with a simple click.

Portal 2 was released April 19, and currently holds a Metacritic score of 95%, making it one of the top-rated multiplatform game of 2011. Its first content update, “Peer Review”, came out two weeks ago. Peer Review is a free DLC which comes with an all-new co-op adventure starring Atlas, P-Body and GLaDOS and takes takes place after the events of Portal 2. You and your co-op science partner are once again awoken and assembled for a dangerous new mission.

Let’s take a look a trailer showcasing the Cooperative aspect of the game…

A hilariously mind-bending adventure that challenges you to use wits over weaponry in a funhouse of diabolical science, Portal 2 features expansive single and cooperative multiplayer game modes.

For more information on Portal 2 and its downloadable content, please take a look here. Source http://www.thinkwithportals.com

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Sony Online Entertainment also hacked

Further investigations in the PSNetwork security breach brings bad news for Sony. Its multiplayer game service was also hacked. Known as Sony Online Entertainment, the service is the second major victim of a huge hack attack on the Sony’s most ‘moneymaker’ products. PlayStation chief Kaz Hirai declared on Sunday that the credit card details of nearly 10 million PSN users may have been acquired illegally.

The damage doesn’t stop here. Another 10,700 bank account numbers have been stolen from the SOE network, property of users outside US (Germany, Austria, Netherlands and Spain). The first lawsuit against Sony’s latest security issues comes from a user in Alabama, and this is just the beginning of a wave of legal scrutiny.

read PSN down for the seventh day | read PlayStation Network will be back up this week

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PSN down for the seventh day

Like all the other PS 3 users I was unable to connect to their online service this week. I wasn’t very upset because I’m not huge fan of this product, but I’m still amazed how could a bunch of hackers destroy the image and eventually the business of such a huge company.

Today is the seventh day when the PSNetwork is down and will remain so until further analyzes. The access to the service seems to have been banned by the company itself from the moment they found out their service was hacked. At the moment there are only rumors circulating the internet, but it seems that personal information such as name, address, e-mail, birthday, and PSN login information were obtained by the hackers. It is not confirmed if the purchase history and also credit card information may have been compromised as well.

The only thing I’m sure is that Sony will have to rebuild the PSN infrastructure and to invest a lot in marketing assuring the customers that their system is secure again. Until then, expect the unexpected!

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