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Ori and the Blind Forest Review – A Classic ‘Metroidvania’ Game on a Current-Gen Console | COG

A great 2D side scrolling game is something that is far and few between in present day, especially when not instilled with 8-bit or 16-bit visuals, but Moon Studios manages to show just how a modern version of an old school genre can look and play on today’s technology.

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KiwiViper853274d ago

Good review, Great to see this game doing so well, definitely my next purchase.

JCOLE131953274d ago

Great scores so far. I can't wait to play.

remixx1163274d ago

Typically I would say "splack" to review scores, but when a new ip, I'll be it indie, gets so many 9s you just gotta pick it up.

Naga3274d ago

Especially when said game is only $20.

remixx1163274d ago

Oops I meant albeit......... I'm terrible

gangsta_red3274d ago

Reviewers seem to all be loving this game. A good game will get good review scores and Ori is definitely a good game.

LAWSON723274d ago

If only buying my PC parts did not make me broke...

I was really looking forward to picking this up.

Stiffler3274d ago

I feel ya on that one. Only just picked up Homeworld Remastered and a few other games but the attraction to Ori is too much to miss. *Throws wallet at TV*

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Games to play while waiting for Blasphemous 2

These are some of the greatest games similar to Blasphemous to play while waiting for the much-anticipated Blasphemous 2.

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Best Side-Scroller Games on PC

GF365: "These are our picks for the best side-scroller games on PC. The genre was popular back in the day, and these modern games prove the genre is still alive and well."

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What makes for great game music? Inside Ori, Halo Infinite development with Gareth Coker

Windows Central writes "A game's soundtrack helps to build its narrative. We spoke to composer Gareth Coker about his work on Halo Infinite and the Ori games and his thoughts on composers as game developers."

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