Ori and the Blind Forest Review – The Feels of Frustration - We the Nerdy

Despite the frustrations, Ori and the Blind Forest is undeniably a remarkable game. It’s beautiful to look at and listen to. The story is elegant and touching as well as surprisingly dark. It offers a wide variety in terms of enemies, challenges, and mechanics, while staying true to its fundamental roots as a platformer. While it does offer plenty of new and smart design choices, it also uses frustrating tropes that require a heavy amount of trial and error and memorization. Overall, it’s a wonderful experience for those willing to meet it on it’s own terms and accept it’s challenge.

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WCxAlchemist2757d ago (Edited 2757d ago )

Im getting dizzy from all these 9 & 10 scores.LoL

Great job Moon Studios & MS for not [email protected]!king things up

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Blackleg-sanji2757d ago

Starting to see a big pattern with sony and Microsoft their as a titles aren't really off to a good start but these smaller ones have been knocking it out of the park consistently

maniacmayhem2757d ago

It's the same way I view Nintendo first party. While MS and Sony are bragging about how much power their console has or how many features they can pump out, these smaller titles and Nintendo are focusing strictly on fun gameplay.

Blackleg-sanji2757d ago

I have to agree with you there