This guide will show you how to earn all of the achievements. Never played on easy though so someone correct me if I'm wrong lol. The background music and the threat of the water can easily make you feel you absolutely have to rush as quickly as possible even though that's not really the case. You’ll need to clear both sides of the heart by going up the tree to the left and right and breaking all of the spikes at the top. Right, I'll be grateful for that one stingy checkpoint they give on easy and practice.... How about with only a keyboard (and without a mouse), would that make it easier or harder for you? Once you’ve cleared both sides you’ll restore the Element of Water. Continue up the tree, using Bash attack to reach places you can’t jump to. Choices Choices - Use your first ability point. Go through the door to the right to find a Spirit Well and save your game. After a powerful storm sets a series of devastating events in motion, Ori must journey to find courage and confront a dark nemesis to save the forest of Nibel. The only part of the game that felt brutally unfair to me was the Ginso Tree escape. Jump through the top portal to the right to go to a new section. There are two Keystones to the right. Select the "View Stats" drop down option, then choose the option for your username's achievements. You’ll be trapped with a creature. Ah - ONLY Keyboard works? < > Showing 1-9 of 9 comments . In short: Don't try to save, just run for it. oh man, if you're having THIS much trouble early on, I fear for your inner peace once you reach the more difficult parts. The portals on the sides of the tree will teleport you to new locations. I'm usually righthanded but use the computer mouse as lefthanded, but to use wasd and space I have to switch the mouse to the right and rethink that and then rethinking the rest and... you get my meaning =) Haha, yes, I fear for my inner peace too! Copyright © There is a door to the top right but you’ll need all four Keystones before you can open it. //--> In the next section use the lanterns to dash jump to all of the four Keystones. Carefully drop between the spikes to the left and jump into the portal to the left. Hello, I'm new to video games, rubbish at the controls, and Ori is giving me a VERY hard time. I mean, getting through the tree at least to the top was hard for me, but still somehow enjoyable because it was about timing one set of things, but with the water behind me my brain just balls up and walks out of the room giving me the finger. From what I understand there are fixed checkpoints, but it doesn't mean you can use soul link there, the game will just save automatically. There, one had the luxury of pausing at brief intervals when Ori is Bashing off the light globes. And then there are moments like the Ginso Tree flood, one of the aforementioned hard parts. Or are there several? Once you try it a few times you’ll work out the best path to take, or just watch the video above for a flawless playthrough. I use a controller and can Bash aim fairly accurately, but if you're already in the Ginso Tree escape then it will be hard to finesse this with the pressure of a massive time constraint. level 1. Ok, the Ginso tree is quite possible the worst video game BS I've played since TMNT and the stupid pink coral time bomb mission. If you need more energy jump over the spikes and go through the portal to the right. Bash attack to get back up to the right and then Stomp on the wooden log sticking out of the ground a few times until the trapdoor opens. Ori and the Blind Forest Walkthrough Part 4: Ginso Tree Restored is a heartbreaking tale that follows Ori, a young creature within the harsh dying forest attempting to deal with the loss of a loved one. Position it under the fireballs so that they break the wooden barrier to the left. trenken 5 years ago #1. Enter a land of wonder. Hello, I'm new to video games, rubbish at the controls, and Ori is giving me a VERY hard time.