“A New Journey Begins…” those were the words that closed out the surprise trailer to Ori and the Will of the Wisps. This is the sequel to the beloved Ori and the Blind Forest, that mixed beautiful graphics will challenging gameplay and wonderful music. The sequel seems to be doing that same thing, and this trailer proves that those who loved that game will certainly love this one.
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Thanks to the partnership with Microsoft Studios and Moon Studios, Nordic Games brought the Steam version of “Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition” to retail today. The publisher offers two editions – Standard and Limited Edition – which both released today.
Due to fan demand, a physical disc-based version of Microsoft’s award-winning platformer Ori and the Blind Forest is about to become a reality — in two forms. There will be versions of the Standard Edition for XBox One and PC, but the Limited Edition will be a PC exclusive. Here’s what’s in each:
Microsoft’s famous console has a reputation of being the “Bro Box,” and if you want titles that are more experimental or artistic, you’re usually a Playstation gamer first. But if there’s one game other console owners are jealous of, it’s Ori and the Blind Forest — an innovative new platformer with lovely painted graphics that’s exclusive to Microsoft products. You can only play it on XBox One and the PC.
Xbox One console exclusive Ori and the Blind Forest has been delayed to 2015, Moon Studios announced today.