A key element of portal 2's narrative success is the simplicity of its premise.
What it offered instead was something far more unsettling: a portal to the life and times of a twisted, small man.
portal never breaks away for a cut scene and it never offers a momentous "reveal" that makes everything clear to the player.
portal was a surprise sensation with critics and fans, winning an avalanche of Game of the Year awards.
It was clear people saw the memorial as a portal to the next life, a way to reach their lost loved ones on the wind.
"I shall not forget it," said I, as we drew up before the portal.
On the lower slopes it passes from portal to portal, from temple to temple.
The Roman and the Gothic have placed in their monument (the church) that other monument (the portal).
The portal through which the light is admitted is the pupil.
After birth all the venous blood entering the liver passes through the portal vein.
late 14c., "gate, gateway," from Old French portal "gate" (Modern French portail) and directly from Medieval Latin portale "city gate, porch," from neuter of portalis (adj.) "of a gate," from Latin porta "gate" (see port (n.1)).
portal por·tal (pôr'tl)
Of or relating to a porta or hilum.
Of or relating to the portal vein or the portal system.
Of or relating to a point of entrance to an organ, especially the transverse fissure of the liver, through which the blood vessels enter.
The portal vein.
The point of entry into the body of a pathogenic microorganism.
A Web site that provides a gateway to other Web sites.