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Video shows what it’d be like to buy a Portal gun
Yeah, the transaction would go horribly wrong.
We’ve all wondered what it would be like to have the Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device in real life. You know, it’s the gun from Portal. Turns out, a device with such power could probably only be purchased on the black market.
The team over at HitFilm, a company that specializes in post-production software, created a video showing how an illegal portal gun transaction would go down.
The creative video shows off some cool effects, but more importantly, is a ton of fun to watch. And yes, even though it would probably be illegal to own, we would still be tempted to buy one anyway.
Screengrab via HitFilm/YouTube
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Imad Khan is a gaming and esports reporter. His work has been featured on Digital Trends and ESPN.