When comparing Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition vs FORCED: Slightly Better Edition, the Slant community recommends Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition for most people. In the question“What are the best indie games on Steam?” Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition is ranked 32nd while FORCED: Slightly Better Edition is ranked 67th.
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Pro Amazing art and atmosphere
Pro Controls are convenient
The keyboard controls are intuitive and just feel right. It can be a little difficult at times but it's a fair kind of difficulty, not the game screwing you over. This is part of the reason why the boss sections are so fun.
The upgrade system is nice and there are many secrets to be found.
Pro Great soundtrack
Very nicely made music.
Pro Great Metroidvania gameplay
Pro Designed with co-op in mind
FORCED: Slightly Better Edition was purely designed for co-op.
Pro Offers tactically challenging gameplay
The game is challenging and really requires co-op and communication in order to figure out the maps.
Pro Designed for controllers and mouse/keyboard
All parts of the game work equally well with both control schemes, perfect for playing with 4 players in a couch with controllers.
Con Boring combat system
The combat system is kinda boring and repetitive. It's just about mashing buttons.
Con Co-op first, singleplayer second
While the game can be played singleplayer (and many enjoy it that way), a lot of people find co-op the only real way to play the game.
Con Can be quite difficult
For people expecting hack and slash the game will be a disappointment. It's meant to challenge even the most skilled co-op teams, so be ready.