Ori and the Blind Forest released today on PC/Steam and Xbox One. The game is a platforming adventure title from Moon Studios with publishing from Microsoft. An Xbox 360 version will be coming later in 2015. The game features a beautiful art style that is made to appear hand-drawn. It nears the level of Miyazaki films, which is excellent given Ghibli’s large influence on the production along with other animated films and styles of the 90s.

The first 15 minutes of the game are in-large part filled with an introductory sequence, that is gorgeous, charming and heartbreaking at times, as it sets up the core narrative of the feature. See for yourself below with our Ori and the Blind Forest First 15 video. We recommended viewing in fullscreen to get all of the benefit of 1080p and 60fps.

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James Schumacher
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