In Greak: Memories of Azur the player joins siblings Greak, Adara, and Raydel as they flee the deadly invasion of their home.
Each sibling boasts unique abilities that will assist in their journey; Greak offers up agility and the ability to fit where others will not, Adara wields arcane magic to devastating effect, and Raydel has skill in battle and specialised gear that make him a formidable foe.
The player will need to alternate seamlessly between the three siblings to best navigate the beautiful yet hostile world of Azur, taking on the enemy Urlags as they attempt to survive.
It’s the hand-drawn art and animation that really stands out for the title giving the feel of an animated film to fully immerse yourself into the captivating narrative around family, home and union.
Because each of the sibling’s power is unique it will make you really need to think when attempting to solve the intricate puzzles that will block your path as you play through the world of Azur.
The soundtrack is amazing, to build the atmosphere even more the developers used a live orchestra to create a specific mood for the adventure.
Greak: Memories of Azur is available to preorder at Australian retailers on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation®5 and Xbox Series X, releasing 17th August.