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Time to part with the weighted companion cube. So sad. Just drop it in the incinerator to open the door. One of the best examples of how we apply empathy to inanimate objects in a game.
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NGCHunter2
4 years ago
As I said on Flickr before, awesome! Well built, indeed.
Qwerty7556
4 years ago
This almost made me sob uncontrollably with unfettered emotion and grief.


*Eulogy*
"Goodbye, big blocky box with hearts on it. We'll miss you!"
*End of Eulogy*
Samino
4 years ago
Awhhh... that's sad. I have never played this game before. I have seen the Lego Dimensions version of it (I'd imagine it is nothing compared to the real one.). I prefer playing the popular hits such as Splatoon.
Sharkcraft66666
1 year ago
At least in Portal 2 GLaDOS gives it back because it didn’t melt in the incinerator for some reason
AmyOak
4 months ago
Congratulations, you incinerated your companion faster than any subject on record
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