Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition available on July 7
Looking to grab Ori and the Bling Forest: Definitive Edition? No problem for this game will be available come July 14, 2016. The original game came out exclusive on the Xbox One and went on to become one of the best games on the console.
The price of the game is just a measly $19.99, but when it comes down to the Standard and Limited Editions, they will both go for $29.99. Furthermore, the retail version will come with a CD that is home to the original soundtrack.
For those who are into music, the soundtrack is one of the best aspects of Ori and the Blind Forest, and as such, we recommend getting the retail version because it also comes with a digital copy of the game as well.
To make things even better, the retail edition is expected to come packed with videos from behind the scenes during development of the game among other cool things.
“We are more than happy to work together with Microsoft Studios and Moon Studios and publish this gem of a game in its PC retail version and give it the physical representation it deserves.” said Reinhard Pollice, Business and Product Development Director at Nordic Games.
Ori and the Blind Forest is one of those games folks can’t help but to love. The story relies around a spirit that goes by the name, Ori. It felt from the tree as a newborn, and as such, was brought up by creature known as Naru.
As expected, things took a bad turn and Ori must now set out to save the tree of the forest from a great evil.
The game was praised by both critics and gamers alike, making us wonder if there will ever be a sequel in the near future. One can hope, but then again, the ending suggests the story might not be able to go any further.
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