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As you play Ori and the Blind Forest, you’ll watch your character die. Over and over again. Hundreds of times, maybe. You might even get frustrated, you might say swears at your television. But Ori and the Blind Forest is still worth checking out to experience some of the most beautiful art, smoothest animation, and most polished platforming around.




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We’ve had this conversation several times over the last few months, but I’m going to chip in and say that in the grand scheme of licensed video game history, Dragon Ball Z has done quite well for itself. From the card-based RPGs on the original Famicom to the PlayStation 2-era fighting games, the series has established a fairly dependable reputation for fun games without too many stinkers bogging down its name.