The Switch is no stranger to quirky 2D platformers at this point. With so many quality titles to choose from, it can be tough for newcomers to stand out from the crowd. Greak: Memories of Azur is a solid 2D adventure game that, visually at least, can stand proud amongst some of the best examples of the genre, but with few original ideas to call its own, it’s most definitely at risk of being lost in a sea of excellent indie titles.
Taking place within the land of Azur, you take on the role of three siblings from a race known as the Courines, who are locked in a raging battle with a rival race, the Urlags. The siblings have been split from one another, and it’s up to you to reunite them. Starting the game as Greak, it won’t be too long until you locate Adara and Raydel, and from there you can switch between the characters at will, using their unique abilities to solve puzzles and progress further into an increasingly hostile land.
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