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Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition (2016) Game Information

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Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition (2016)
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Overall Rank:

2230

Avg. Rating:

3.50/5

# of Ratings:

2

US Release Date:

04/27/2016

Platform:

PC (Steam)

ESRB Rating:

E
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Multiplayer:

No

Developer:

Moon Studios

Publisher:

Microsoft Game Studios

Genres:

Action (2D Platformer)

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Also Available On:

Nintendo Network, Xbox One

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06/29/2024 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Immersive Artistry

Ori and the Blind Forest Definitive Edition, crafted by Moon Studios and published by Microsoft Studios, is a masterpiece that seamlessly weaves together beautiful and stunning visuals, an artful and immersive soundtrack, and challenging gameplay into an unforgettable experience.

Story
Ori and the Blind Forest Definitive Edition tells the tale of Ori, a small guardian spirit, on a journey to save the dying forest of Nibel. The narrative begins with a devastating event that triggers Ori's quest: the Spirit Tree, which is the source of life and light in the forest, becomes weakened and its light extinguished. Ori, alongside Sein, a spirit that guides them, must navigate through the treacherous environments of Nibel to restore balance and revive the Spirit Tree. Each step of Ori'...

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  Nelson Schneider
Nelson Schneider
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12/12/2016 (2 of 2 found this helpful)

Blindingly Beautiful, Blindingly Frustrating

“Ori and the Blind Forest” (“OBF”), of which I played the Definitive Edition, was started by Austrian Indie dev team, Moon Studios, before being snapped up by Microsoft for publication (hence the game’s availability only on MS-backed platforms). Despite their numbers on PC, any new 2D game in the ‘Metroidvania’ style tends to attract a lot of attention from gamers and the gaming press. “OBF” is no different in that regard, though it managed to garner further interest due to the striking nature of its visuals. I really didn’t know what to expect going in, but what I found was an uneasy mix of good and bad that left me feeling rather ambiguous about the whole experience.

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To be blunt, “OBF” is a breathtakingly beautiful game. It is entirely 2D ...

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