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Topic - Portal
Disc-based video games, the ones that cost $60 and come in a plastic box, may be heading the way of the VHS cassette and the eight-track tape. Many industry pundits believe that by 2020, if not sooner, you'll download all your games _ just as you do now with music and smartphone apps.
Reviews of Mortal Kombat from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment for PlayStation 3 and Portal 2 from Valve for Xbox 360.