Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition (2016)

This is a post Mr. Wapojif wrote elsewhere on t’internet. It’s on the fantabulous Well Red Mage. Go and have a gander and enjoy!

Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition

“If light is scarce then light is scarce; we will immerse ourselves in the darkness and there discover its own particular beauty.”
-Jun’ichirō Tanizaki, In Praise of Shadows

FF3-NES-OnionKnight.pngThe following is a guest post byThe Moronic Cheese Mage.”

Moon Studios released Ori and the Blind Forest upon the world in March 2015, where it shook up the Xbox One and Steam communities with its general awesomeness. An instant critical sensation, its blend of beautiful graphics, stirring music, and challenging gameplay propelled it to the forefront of the year’s best releases. Heck, it was the best game of the year! The Witcher 3? Pfffffft!

I’ve picked it as a first review on this here glorious website but, back on my blog, I’ve ranted and raved about what I consider to be a masterpiece. It is just that – a masterpiece. Running through it for the first time…

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9 comments

    • Indeed. I expect you to get this game, madam, and I demand a formal report by the end of the month.

      As for proud/scared, rest assured I am only going to stop once the internet is renamed Wapojif and I am supreme ruler of all. There will be a Free Sandwiches day, so this autocratic shift is in your best interests.

      • I just bought the definitive edition of Ori from the Steam sale, for cheap. Can my report happen at the end of July? I have a big backlog of things, including BoTW.

        The World Wide Wapojif does have a nice ring to it! They wouldn’t even have to change the www. that’s already in front of everything. Perfect!

        • This is excellent news. Another part of my diabolical mission has been accomplished. Bwa. Bwahahaa!!!

          The report is fine. July 2017 will be a month to remember, not least as the World Wide Wapojif rolls out and cucumber sandwiches begin arriving through your letterbox. Enjoy!

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