The game Portal 2, the sequel to the Portal game, allows you to control a character in a first person perspective. The main character never speaks, even if it was an initial action (ex: Press Space to say "apple") as only the robots speak and give initial information. You hold a gun called a "Portal Gun", not meant to damage anyone, but to go through walls. As you continue through the game, you will get the opportunity to have a "Dual Portal Gun," allowing two different areas to go through. The language in the main game is no where to be found, as CommonSenseMedia announces it is during the encounterings with enemy robots. Some mild issues with violence, as it is in the Fantasy nature (as the first game issued Blood into the ESRB Ratings) and how you determine your health is by how red the screen is, the brighter, the less likely you'll survive: you automatically heal over time. This game issues 2 betrayals, one from the robot in the first encounterance, and the one you meet again (which believes you killed in the first Portal game) but later treats you as a "friend." The Ending is huge with such lyrics as the dismissal quote, while two of the robots, one that betrayed you, and the other you tried to save came through into the space; stuck. The humor in the game is good enough for a good punch in the gut. This game is rated E10+ by the ESRB.