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Portal 2: Chell Steps Out Of The Jumpsuit

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Like Valve's other silent hero, Chell, the protagonist of Portal, sort of takes a backseat to all the craziness going on around her. She obviously wasn't the star of the game, but you could catch a glimpse of her if you line a couple portals up just right. She seemed oddly unassuming, except for the creepy robot leg things. It looks like Valve may be trying to bring her out of her shell a little (or at least out of her jumpsuit), as the newest cover of French PC magazine CanardPC features Chell looking a little glammed up.

She's still somewhat ethnically ambiguous, but her face has been Jolie'd a little bit. Her figure remains somewhat realistic too - at least she's not overflowing out of her tank top. The cover appears to be an artist's rendering, so it's possible that the in-game version of Chell won't seem quite so Hollywood. Still, there's a chance Valve is trying to create a Gordon Freeman-style face for the Portal franchise, since GLaDOS, despite having such a strong personality, basically looks like track lighting gone horribly wrong.

For the full image, click here or check out the link to the magazine below.

Le Portal ouvert Ă  toutes les fenĂȘtres [CanardPC]
[via: Kotaku]

2 Comments

tmusik said:

I think she needs to over flow out of her tank top

BrookeTF said:

She looks really nice, and her realistic proportions are great to see.
tmusik needs to stick to rule 34 fanart I think.

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