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Ori and the Blind Forest Definitive Edition to hit retail for PC and Xbox One

Now you can get a game box and some extra goodies.


Apparently, gamers wanted a boxed edition of Ori and the Blind Forest, so the Definitive Edition of the game will hit retail for PC and Xbox One on June 14, 2016, two years after its unveiling at E3 2014.

The boxed sets will be available in Standard and Limited editions. The standard set, which will retail for $19.99 for PC and Xbox One, will include the game, a guide, and a poster. The Limited Edition, which will only be available for PC and run $29.99, will have the game, a guide two posters, an audio CD and two postcards.

"Since we released Ori and the Blind Forest, we’ve received many mails, tweets and requests from fans asking for a boxed retail release, so we're extremely pleased to finally make everyone's wish come true,” said Thomas Mahler, CEO of developer Moon Studios, in a release. “We hope that all of you will be pleased with what we’ve put together for this retail release of Ori and the Blind Forest Definitive Edition. We can't wait to finally see Ori and the Blind Forest on shelves.”

The Definitive Edition includes two new environments, two new abilities, more story sequences, multiple difficulty modes, fast travel between areas via Spirit Wells, and new secret areas. Nordic Games is publishing the PC version, while Microsoft will be handling the boxed version for Xbox One. The game had previously been available as digital only through Steam and Xbox Live

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      May 23, 2016 10:59 AM


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        May 23, 2016 11:18 AM

        Yeah, it's a "metroidvania" type. Difficulty ramps up pretty smoothly... Then spikes a little at certain places.

        Played 12 hours and got 100% map and collectables and loved all of it

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        May 23, 2016 11:35 AM

        it's fucking fantastic

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        May 23, 2016 11:38 AM

        It seems like a cross between Limbo, Trine and Super Meat Boy and it's pretty amazing. Certainly beautiful to look at, plays very well with a controller and introduces you to special movements and stuff in nice steps. But some parts are infuriating and I could only play it in short bursts because having to play the same bit over and over and over to get passed it wound me the fuck up too many times. Still worth playing 100% true

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      May 23, 2016 12:10 PM

      Nice. Will pick this up.

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