Since we got our Xbox One copy of Ori and the Blind Forest yesterday at around 5 p.m., we haven't had time to play much to tell you what we think about it. What we can say for sure is that developer Moon Studios can be proud of their game's presentation and gameplay mechanics. Controls are very responsive and you'll be thankful when faced with the challenging sequences we've seen so far. We've prepared 6 super high quality videos for you to watch, but if you feel like listening to us talk about the game, don't miss our livestream this evening at 9:45 CET.
I just saw the movie 127 hours. Really enjoyed it. James Franco was rather damn good in it too. (11 minutes ago)
the machines are probably gonna be sold out for a while, no matter the price, like with most console launches here. If Zelda wasn't also coming to the Wii U it would have been crisis. can play on wiiu (13 minutes ago)
@droezelke: I love their games, just not always super happy about some of the other parts :) (36 minutes ago)
For a "dead on arrival" platform it sure is hard to get one at launch. (2 Hours ago)
Nah the accessories are expensive. I think hating on things gets you labeled a hater. (2 Hours ago)
@Melmoth: But it's Nintendo... You can't say anything negative about Nintendo or you're considered a hater... (4 Hours ago)
@Melmoth: i've lostened to a couple podcasts where total spend before games have been 500+ dollars due to the high cost of accessories. (6 Hours ago)