Continued Thoughts on Ori and the Blind Forest
Even though the past week has been filled with non stop Denver Comic Con, I still found time to continue this beautiful game. I haven’t finished it yet, but here’s my continued thoughts on Ori and the Blind Forest.
The further I go into this story, the harder the levels become. At some points, new skills are required to continue exploring the area. After obtaining the ability to break things on the ground, I ended up going back to the grotto to find more about Naru’s past. Since I have the Definitive Edition, I was able to do this. I have just barely explored this area, but I’ve fallen in love with Naru more and more. She is such a good hearted creature.
This game is challenging though, to find where to go next and to collect all of the ability points. I’ve learned that if my current powers can’t get me to where I want to go, I have to go find the next ability. It may be challenging but it’s also rewarding at the same time.
The more I play this game, the more beautiful it becomes. A little spirit trying to bring light back to its home from the darkness. Even more so, I’ve fallen inlove with the soundtrack for this game. It’s so calming and even at parts, makes you feel sad. However, it’s a beautiful sad. This game is all around beautiful, challenging yet fun at the same time. The more I play it the more I want to discover what happens in the end of this game.
If you haven’t played Ori and the Blind Forest, I highly suggest doing so. It’s so pretty and worth playing. I’m so getting pretty excited for the Ori and the Will of the Wisps to come out soon. It’s so good!