Ori and the Blind Forest's New Trailer Is Spellbinding
New Tokyo Game Show footage flaunts the visual mastery of this Xbox console-exclusive.
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Indie platform-adventure Ori and the Blind Forest is now just mere months away from its scheduled Q4 release, and Microsoft has showcased a new trailer which demonstrates why there are such high hopes for this title.
This ten-minute prologue video--shown for the first time at TGS 2014--exhibits the enchanting beauty of Ori's world, along with its impeccably animated characters.
The video also showcases the extent of the game's visual variety too, from its sun-kissed forestry, to the deep dark blues of dusk, to the bitter autumnal decay.
Ori and the Blind Forest is in development at Moon Studios, a collective of developers around the world working from their homes. Microsoft, which is publishing the game, says Ori is coming to PC and Xbox One this year. An Xbox 360 version will follow shortly afterwards.
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