The second game from Moon Studios in 10 years, they further cement themselves as an indie powerhouse with the sequel to their debut game in Ori and the Will of the Wisps. Grander in scope, Will of the Wisps rarifies tenets of the first, doing away with manual saves, sequential upgrades, and adding a trials mode in response to a gripe with the first game: nothing to do once you’ve completed its heartwrenching story. Ori returns with another deeply personal tale of death and rebirth featuring the new character Ku, a baby owl the gang must protect with their lives.

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