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The Annenberg Foundation’s Patricia Lanza explores the beauty of 2015’s best-looking games. Ori and Naru by Johannes Figlhuber, Max Degen (Ori and the Blind Forest)


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I definitely stopped several times to watch trees swaying in the breeze or check out the cobblestones in Dragon Age: Inquisition and Assassin's Creed Unity. Guilty!


Ori and the Blind Forest PC Game System Requirements: Ori and the Blind Forest can be run in computer with specifications below OS: Windows Xp/Vista/7/8 CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E4500 2.2GHz, AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 5600+ RAM: 4 GB or more HDD: 9 GB GPU: Nvidia GeForce GT 240, AMD Radeon HD 6570 DirectX Version: DX 11

Besides the Sims I have been messing around with computer games. The one that is most laggy is The Forest. Even though it is an Alpha or it is still being worked on, I did enjoy it or at least on vegan mode. The game is just so laggy that I cannot defend myself from the cannibals. It is a beautiful game, a bit terrifying if you don't pay attention. Just wish that I had a better graphics card.


Fire Emblem Fates - Forrest. Cross-dressing, pink-wearing, lovely Forrest. He is perfection. He is life.


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Fan art:ori and the blind forest, xiaofei ye on ArtStation at