Been playing it for the first time, absolutely loving it. Wracked up a load of deaths but it's just the right amount of difficulty of hard but not frustrating so far. Playing the DE version on normal difficulty. Looks and sounds gorgeous as well.
Pedz wrote:I can't do the third tree, I don't get it.
I was hoping there wouldn't be more of those. Ehhh.
It wasn't an escape, I just don't get how you get about without constant damage being taken.
Haven't got to it yet. Just completed the second escape sequence. Utter bullshit. Game is pretty good apart from the take no prisoners difficulty level. I like a good, fair challenge, this sometimes feels frustrating and a little cheap.
Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition Comes to Windows 10 and Steam on April 27
One of the most gorgeous games of 2015 has become even more spectacular in 2016 with Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition, which hit Xbox One last month. Next week, on April 27, gamers on Windows 10 and Steam will get the chance to see how this recipient of over 30 industry game awards (including numerous E3 awards, the Golden Joystick Award for Best Xbox Game, the Best Art Direction Award from The Game Awards, Outstanding Achievement in Original Composition from the D.I.C.E. Summit, The Game Developer’s Choice Award for Best Debut, the Artistic Achievement award from the BAFTAs and more) in 2015 has gotten even better.
Played this last night for a couple of hours, it feels like some parts are quite trial and error and you learn from your mistakes. I keep forgetting to regularly save and I end up making progress, getting killed and then starting all the way back to the last save point which can be annoying.
That opening scene though, what a punch to the gut to start! Lovely looking game though and I found it to be quite addictive so will put more time into it later