I'm just a little-known artist from Lithuania.
I make art that I like, or just enjoy creating ^^
I run 2 webcomics, that reside on deviantART right now ;3
I'm quite slow on new websites.
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So I uhh...
Finished "Ori and the Will of the Wisps"
1: Whoever was chopping onions next to me during the ending - not cool.
2: Going to need to make sure the heart strings are fine, cuz Hot-Damn there was a lot of pulling.
Silliness aside, I must say that this game is a wonderful follow-up to "Ori and the Blind Forest". There is a lot that is familiar, which made me feel "Yeeeei, Oriiiii!"... and at the same time quite a nice bit that was new and fresh. I went in with the expectation of finding some new music I can fall in love with and play it over and over again until my brain shuts down... and well - Mr. Gareth Coker delivered.
The game still has the Ori difficulty, which at times may frustrate you (cough the Spirit Trials cough) but usually you know it is entirely your own fault... and hooo boy does it feel good once you succeed. (Also the aforementioned Spirit Trials aren't even required for completing the story mode, so I don't know what I'm complaining about).
Did you enjoy the spectacularly big escape sequences of Ori and the Blind Forest? Well how about we pair it up... with legit boss battles! Now you're an agile escape-artist... with a vengeance!
Liked the cuteness of Ori and the other spirits? Then how about we throw in some extra cuteness with the Moki!
Got a little bit annoyed by getting from A to B, then all the way to Z to get something you missed? BOOM, beam me up Ori, we have fast-travel.
TL/DR : It is an amazing follow-up to the last game that is DEFINITELY worth the price.
Joined 28 November 2012