The forest of Nibel is dying. After a powerful storm sets a series of devastating events in motion, Ori must journey to find courage and confront a dark nemesis to save the forest of Nibel.Read full description
This game is beautiful, I remember when I was given the opportunity to play it on Xbox One. this game there is no way to explain it with words, this game has a work behind it incredible so good was that even the Microsoft is interested to give publicity and put it on their platform. I mischievously told me an important part of the story before playing the game and I could not feel what really goes through that I do not want to tell much about the story in my review just say that this game deserves to be worth that price and much more.
Ori and the Blind Forest Definitive Edition is a truly masterpiece for 2D, indie platformer. The game looks dark but beautiful at the same time, yet fun and challenging platformer that opens new ways to explore this dying world. You are Ori and must fight your way to Kuro and save what's left of the Blind Forest. One thing I loved from the game was the soundtrack and the visual effects, it's just totally worth it! Recommended.
One of the most visually pleasing games I've ever played. I'm not a huge fan of platformers but this game pulls you in and makes you enjoy it. The gameplay is solid and tight. The music is oh so gorgeous. We need to encourage more good art direction in this industry, instead of churning out poorly made pixel platformers over and over.
I don't really know why they wanted this to be a Metroidvania, it really doesn't help it in my opinion. It is a beautiful game though, art direction is phenomenal and music accompanies it perfectly. This is one of the prettiest games I've ever played. But gameplay itself is kinda dry and black, metroidvania aspects are very shallow, and it's unnecessarily punishing in difficulty in couple parts. I'm not saying it shouldn't be difficult, but these were the kind of jumps that weren't that well thought out considering the overall difficulty and style of the game. Definitive Edition does kinda leviate some of this, but I just think overall design of the gameplay just doesn't fit, not bad and it all works, but feels out of place and feels unnecessary. It's still a great game though, story was well made and sad, art direction and music are phenomenal, and it was still fun to experience and I can tolerate some bland gameplay for the really good aspects.
Ori is another Microsoft Studio masterpiece, I just love the art style their giving to us. The main protagonist, a rabbit like creature goes on a adventure that takes place in dying forest of Nibel. The definitive edition expand on the world of the core version by adding additional level and allowing player to revisit two location that were one time only in the original release. Art is great, music is amazing and gameplay is solid. Buy it and you won't be disappointed!
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