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The game takes its name from Greak the main character. He's the smallest brother of three. You are soon thrust into the journey to reunite him with his brother and sister (and then escape by building an airship).
To start you need to find each sibling so they can join the adventure and help you progress. Together you then work through the battles and puzzles of the side-on world. Discover new areas and fight a wide range of enemies as you explore to collect the missing pieces of an Airship through an interconnected world.
The hand-drawn play is complemented with cinematic cartoon clips to tell the wider story. The result is a unique and captivating story about siblings, home and surviving dark times. It's topped off with a live orchestra soundtrack.
Although the game doesn't put you on the clock, to collect the optional relics you do need to collect crystals in a certain time.
There's an accessibility option to increase text size substantially, as well as Head Up Display elements.
Gamepad controls are one stick but you do need to use the Direction Pad to switch characters in addition to the other buttons.
Although the game is sometimes dark, because the characters glow they are always visible and clear. Interactive items and people are signified by a highlighted icon when you approach. There are occasional full white screens, but these do not flash.
Our Greak: Memories of Azur Accessibility Report documents 34 accessibility features:
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