Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition Crack/Patch

Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition delivers a multitude of new areas, difficulty options, and gameplay upgrades that should appeal to both new and seasoned Ori players.

Download Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 90 / 100
User rating
Downloads 2358
Genre Action, Platformer, 2D
Company / Developer
Microsoft Game Studios / Moon Studios

Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition reviews ( 7 )

mananmehta30, May 25, 2016

Great visuals. Fantastic gameplay and lovely music. Graphics are outstanding. Has little story but emotionally resonant. Platformers don't get better than this.

Tomica, Nov 2, 2017

Incredibly looking game, very enjoyable and challenging gameplay, simple but catching story, great soundtrack. The game is just beautiful and I enjoyed every single part of it

Tenebriz, Feb 6, 2017

This game is amazing. The combination of the breathtaking visuals and the tight and engaging gameplay make it fantastic. If you want a little challenge this game will be perfect for you (also you can easily complete it 100% in 10-15 hours). I also should not forget to mention the amazing music, even if some soundtracks were repeated. This is the best platformer I have and you will probably ever play/ed. The amount of Abilities and usage of them feels really astoundingly good.

Krzych, Dec 19, 2016

The most beautiful game I have ever seen, if not the most beautiful thing I have seen in my life. Aside from some minor 3rd party controller issues, clunky keyboard control, and maybe not the most balanced difficulty levels and lack of one actually easy difficulty level, this is pure masterpiece, so unique and so beautiful...

sscott0829tw, Apr 29, 2016

This is probably the most beautiful and gorgeous 2d platfomer game I have ever seen, Great story with adorable characters,hands down fantastic animations,and an absolutely stunning graphics and atmosphere.The game is like an amazing cartoon movie,you can really feel the motion of the character.This is a game I recommend to all kind of gamers,just relax and enjoy the game. A truly 2D masterpiece.

Kingphazer, Feb 4, 2018

I picked up Ori after watching Dunkey's best of 2016 video and I was pleasantly surprised. The game is a 2D platformer in which you play as Ori, a spirit of the forest and Sein, a being of the forest's Spirit Tree. Ori must bring balance to the forest after the Spirit Tree's call to find Ori destroyed most of food and life in the surrounding vicinity.  The game plays as a Metroid-esque 2D side-scrolling platformer and does a really good job at it. I am terrible at these games and as you can see below, I died FREQUENTLY, but even I was able to complete the main story in just over ten hours. I missed a lot of the collectibles and an entire part of the map, so by the time I collected most of those and explored the area, my time was closer to 15 hours. Before you can even control Ori one this is glaringly obvious: the game is beautiful. The game does not feature much dialog, so the story relies heavily on the atmosphere. Each area is unique but the designers did a great job of making the world feel connected. I personally found the music even more enjoyable than the visuals. Whether you're in part of the forest covered in mist, in an active volcano, or even running from a bolder 100 times your size, the music strikes a chord deep inside you. It either gets your adrenaline pumping or brings a tear to your eye. Like I wrote earlier, the game is very Metroid-esque. You explore the 2D forest, collecting power-ups along the way. Some of these powers-ups are located around the map and some of them are located on your skill tree, which require experience and "leveling up" to unlock. The power-ups located around the forest help unlock secrets and places you previously could not complete. I've never been a fan of these kind of games but I never felt lost on what to do or where to go next. Some of the power-ups are more useful than others and you don't even need two of them to complete the game. The game also offers health shards and power shards for you to collect, giving you even more reason to explore every nook and cranny and making me even more overwhelmed. Indie games used to be simpler. I played on a mouse and keyboard, although I think using a controller would make playing a bit easier. I only say this as my fingers on the keyboard would often get confused and I died a lot because of this. You use the keyboard to move, jump, and overall traverse your way through the map and you use the mouse for combat. Even with that said about the controller, controlling Ori is very fluid and natural. Using your attack is as easy as clicking the mouse button, but later on, I utilized the "counter" ability as it does way more damage than my wet noodle attacks ever did. I really enjoyed this game. It's been awhile since I've had so much fun with an indie game. I got immediately hooked and school was the only reason I stopped playing it. It is one of those games where you can not touch it for months but can get back into it after a minute of looking at everything. I'm glad I got a chance to review such a treat. The sequel is coming out later this year and I hope Moon studios can live up the quality that Ori and the Blind Forest has. If you have 20 bucks to spare, get this game. You will not be disappointed!

swift_1985, Apr 22, 2017

really beautiful game with a great soundtrack. However, the gameplay was pretty unbearable in most of the "intense moments". I'm probably just really bad at video games, but most of the end of level sections left me feeling helpless. it was too easy to get trapped and die in some little nook, or the timing was off and Kuro would eat me 20 times in a row. Please work on this for future projects.