The first part of this new video game “Greak: Memories of Azur” review will explore the game’s story and the mystery behind it. It is an RPG (role playing game) about a young man who finds himself trapped in an Aztec land without any means of communication. He then sets out on a quest to find a way to break out from the confines of his prison cell. During his journey; he meets a girl and the two start falling in love. Naturally; love has many complications; and that is what makes this video game’s story so thrilling to follow.
Greak: Memories Of Azur
The second part of this Greak: Memories Of Azur review will focus on its graphics and sound. Unlike the visual novel; which is a bit dull and contains very little visual details; this game has some amazing visuals. For example; there are hundreds of moving objects that each have their own special effects. This not only adds life to the game’s characters and story; but also makes them look really amazing.
One of the best features of this game is the journal provided to you by the game’s developers. These entries are written by the player’s character; who is you as the player. You can read them at your leisure; and there is also a small translation file for foreign languages. It is very easy to learn the meaning of these entries; as well; and you can even decipher what is going on during conversations.
Another great feature of this game is its music. The game’s score is composed of various songs from different genres; and they combine to create an amazing music score. This adds a nice touch to the game’s atmosphere and gives it that nice feel that you would usually find in an RPG (role playing game). It also fits the game’s overall theme; which takes you to the world of Aztec myths and legends.
The real challenge is finding the game’s multiple endings.
The game has five episodes in total; and each one lasts about 20 minutes. The first episode involves you recovering some artifacts from the ruins of a battle. In the next episode; you have to help the city of Azeroth reclaim the lost honor of its ruler; Highlord Tauren. The last episode sees you working alongside the Orcs to destroy the Horde of the Draenei. The fifth episode takes you back to the main part of the game; as you have to train your new apprentice; named Grom.
This game is made by the people behind City in Conflict; the same company that created the equally successful Pillars of the Earth and Undertale games. They obviously worked hard to make this game as good as it is. There are many factors that can be considered when it comes to this game’s success. From its beautifully illustrated stories to its excellent graphics; this game is definitely a must-play for all WoW fans.