Machinima: Portal - A Day in the Life of a Turret.

You don’t need to have played the game Portal to find this amusing, but it helps.  The automated turrets in the game actually talk to you when you approach or attack them, but what do they do when there’s no one else around? This little movie lets you find out…

Oh, and there’s some strong language and some sexual innuendo so mind where you watch it at.

6 thoughts on “Machinima: Portal - A Day in the Life of a Turret.

  1. Ironic, true, futuristic, evolutionary, painful and funny.
    I think Moloch was right after all, it’s for the betterment of humanity for me to quit cell talking or ill be placing the fundamentals of the language for the new better improved specie that is going to place humans in zoos.

  2. I’d comment on how cool this is, but since I’ve never played Portal, my new BFF, RANDY CURRY would probably tell me I’m an idiot and should go play it before I can come back and post a comment on the public comments of a blog I’ve posted on several times before.  After all, not having played a game, you have no right to enjoy something produced using the game. You can’t possibly understand the struggle and pain the real gamers went through playing it.

    Anyway, this was awesome.

  3. Dude, play the game before saying shit about it. Oh wait, you said it was awesome. Never mind!

    *ducks and runs for cover*

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