You know how it is, right, reader? We're not the sort to be easily swayed by pretty graphics, no sir. We're immune to the gaudy spectacles that assault us from above and below, from the hyper-realistic blood and sweat of the latest budget-breaking gun-car-man-athon all the way down to the eye-searing pixels of the latest obscure darling trying to draw on nostalgia that isn't there. We're here for substance, gameplay, storytelling and such, yes? Excellent, glad we're on the same level. So, when the first thing I write about Ori and the Blind Forest is “every inch of Ori and the Blind Forest is absolutely drop-dead gorgeous”, I hope I've communicated the significance of putting that front-and-centre.