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Robot Enrichment
General information
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Aperture Science

The Robot Enrichment is a feature of Portal 2’s co-op mode which allows the players to customize ATLAS and P-body's looks using such things as skins, hats and gestures. It is only available on PC.

Overview[edit]

Overall, the Robot Enrichment menu is similar to the Team Fortress 2's item customization interface, however the items available here are purely cosmetic and do not affect the gameplay in any way. The players can equip various items in four slots: headgear, miscellaneous, gesture and skin. These items are stored in the backpack, which consists of six pages, each able to hold 50 items, thus providing a space for 300 items. No means of expanding the backpack capacity were provided, as even this amount is more than enough to store all of the game's items.

While some of the items can be obtained by earning achievements or owning certain items in Team Fortress 2, most items can only be obtained by trading with other players or purchasing in the in-game store. Not enjoying the popularity of the Team Fortress 2's Mann Co. Store, the Robot Enrichment Store was eventually shut down,[1] therefore currently most of the items are available only through trading.

Items[edit]

Headwear[edit]

Roll Cage headwear was awarded to the players who pre-ordered the game through GameStop (USA) or EB Games (Australia). It does not exist as a separate item, and is instead selected by leaving the headwear slot empty.

Icon Name Cost Notes
Store Automaton's Tophat.png Automaton's Tophat
  • $2.49
  • £1.99
  • €2.49
Store Bionic Beanie.png Bionic Beanie Unlocked by completing the single-player campaign.
Store Bot's Beret.png Bot's Beret

Team Fortress 2 crossover hats[edit]

Several Team Fortress 2 hats will be automatically added to the inventory if the player owns them. The hats retain their quality and will have their names colored correspondingly.

Icon Name Cost[2] Notes
Store Aperture Labs Hard Hat.png Aperture Labs Hard Hat
N/A
Given to those who bought The Potato Sack.
Store Fancy Fedora.png Fancy Fedora
  • $9.99
  • £6.99
  • €9.99
Retired as of January 25, 2013,[3] and can only be traded for or unboxed in unique quality.
Store Master's Yellow Belt.png Master's Yellow Belt
  • $4.99
  • £3.49
  • €4.99
Can only be worn by P-body.
Store Mann Co. Cap.png Mann Co. Cap
N/A
Awarded for making the first purchase in the Mann Co. Store.
Store Prince Tavish's Crown.png Prince Tavish's Crown
  • $7.49
  • £4.99
  • €7.49
Store Pyro's Beanie.png Pyro's Beanie
  • $9.99
  • £6.99
  • €9.99
Retired as of January 25, 2013,[3] and can only be traded for or unboxed in unique quality.
Store Tyrant's Helm.png Tyrant's Helm
  • $4.99
  • £3.49
  • €4.99

Miscellaneous[edit]

The Antenna Topper miscellaneous item was awarded to the players who pre-ordeed the game through Fnac (France), Webhallen (Sweden), Alcom (Swiss) or Softridge (Swiss); as well as those who bought retail version in Russia (black and blue editions only[4][5]) or CIS. It does not exist as a separate item, and is instead selected by leaving the miscellaneous slot empty. Glasses and facial hair are also incompatible with the Roll Cage and will cause it to disappear.

Icon Name Cost Notes
Store Metallic Moustache.png Metallic Moustache
  • $0.99
  • £0.59
  • €0.99
Store Moustachio.png Moustachio
Store Safety Glasses.png Safety Glasses
Store Cube N Skull Flags.png Cube N Skull Flag
Store Moon Flag.png Moon Flag
Store WCC Flag.png WCC Flag Awarded for completing the High Five Achievement.
Summer Sale Snorkel.png Snorkel
N/A
Could be claimed at the 2011 Steam Summer Camp sale's Prize Booth.

The Potato Sack flags[edit]

One of the 13 flags, each corresponding to The Potato Sack game, could be earned based on which of the games was played the most.

Icon Name Cost Notes
Store 1 2 3 KICK IT Flag.png 1 2 3 KICK IT Flag
  • $0.99
  • £0.59
  • €0.99
Given if the player's mostly played game from the The Potato Sack is 1... 2... 3... KICK IT!.
Store AaaaaAA!!! Flag.png AaaaaAA!!! Flag Given if the player's mostly played game from the The Potato Sack is AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! – A Reckless Disregard for Gravity.
Store Amnesia Flag.png Amnesia Flag Given if the player's mostly played game from the The Potato Sack is Amnesia: The Dark Descent.
Store Audiosurf Flag.png Audiosurf Flag Given if the player's mostly played game from the The Potato Sack is Audiosurf.
Store The Ball Flag.png The Ball Flag Given if the player's mostly played game from the The Potato Sack is The Ball.
Store BIT.TRIP Flag.png BIT.TRIP Flag Given if the player's mostly played game from the The Potato Sack is BIT.TRIP BEAT.
Store Cogs Flag.png Cogs Flag Given if the player's mostly played game from the The Potato Sack is Cogs.
Store Defense Grid Flag.png Defense Grid Flag Given if the player's mostly played game from the The Potato Sack is Defense Grid: The Awakening.
Store Killing Floor Flag.png Killing Floor Flag Given if the player's mostly played game from the The Potato Sack is Killing Floor.
Store RUSH Flag.png RUSH Flag Given if the player's mostly played game from the The Potato Sack is RUSH.
Store Super Meat Boy Flag.png Super Meat Boy Flag Given if the player's mostly played game from the The Potato Sack is Super Meat Boy.
Store Toki Tori Flag.png Toki Tori Flag Given if the player's mostly played game from the The Potato Sack is Toki Tori.
Store The Wonderful End of the World Flag.png The Wonderful End of the World Flag Given if the player's mostly played game from the The Potato Sack is The Wonderful End of the World.

Skins[edit]

The Paint Job skin was awarded to the players who pre-ordered the game through Amazon.de (Germany), Amazon.fr (worldwide) or CDON.com (Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland). It does not exist as a separate item, and is instead selected by leaving the skin slot empty.

Icon Name Cost
Store Military Skins.png Military Skins
  • $4.99
  • £3.49
  • €4.99
Store Moon Skins.png Moon Skins
Store Ninja Skins.png Ninja Skins
Store Starburst Skins.png Starburst Skins
Store WCC Skins.png WCC Skins

Gestures[edit]

All purchasable gestures replace the Trick Fire gesture. Even though several gestures are usable by both Atlas and P-body, each robot's version has to be obtained separately.

Atlas gestures[edit]

Icon Name Cost
Store Atlas Dance Spin.png Atlas Dance Spin
  • $1.99
  • £1.59
  • €1.99
Store Atlas Dribble.png Atlas Dribble
Store Atlas Facepalm.png Atlas Facepalm
Store Atlas Fist Pump.png Atlas Fist Pump
Store Atlas Head Spin.png Atlas Head Spin
Store Atlas Roll.png Atlas Roll
Store Atlas Shrug.png Atlas Shrug
Store Atlas Thumbs Up.png Atlas Thumbs Up

P-body gestures[edit]

Icon Name Cost
Store P-Body Facepalm.png P-body Facepalm
  • $1.99
  • £1.59
  • €1.99
Store P-Body Fist Pump.png P-body Fist Pump
Store P-Body Pretzel Wave.png P-body Pretzel Wave
Store P-Body Selfspin.png P-body Selfspin
Store P-Body Shrug.png P-body Shrug
Store P-Body Sitspin.png P-body Sitspin
Store P-Body Spin Jump.png P-body Spin Jump
Store P-Body Thumbs Up.png P-body Thumbs Up

Scrapped[edit]

Headwear[edit]

An unused black beret can be found in the game files.

Gallery[edit]

Promotional images[edit]

List of appearances[edit]

References[edit]

  1. What in the world happened to the Robot Enrichment store? on Steam discussions
  2. Team Fortress 2
  3. 3.0 3.1 Kiss These Items Goodbye! on the official Team Fortress 2 blog
  4. Portal 2. Two Russian editions on the official Buka website
  5. White Portal 2 edition announced! on the official Buka website

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