The soundtrack is genuinely superb, but none of the characters are voiced. This isn't a problem, of course, but the sound of the text appearing in speech bubbles may drive you to distraction.
Simplistic, but imbued with plenty of charm, Greak is an attractive-looking and nicely animated adventure, its painterly backgrounds being particularly appealing. Respawning enemies do tend to get a bit tiresome, however.
Fundamentally, Greak: Memories of Azur works just fine, and there are some genuinely good puzzles using multiple characters, but it's all slightly hit and miss. Combat improves the more moves you unlock, but by that point, you'll have likely had enough.
A solid enough single-player platforming adventure that on a casual run will take you about 6-7 hours or so, with side-quests and a whole bunch of puzzles to tackle. Limited inventory slots and controlling 2-3 characters at once can be annoying
There are some perfectly serviceable objectives to complete in here, but completing the game while saving only five times or beating it within three hours are achievements for only the most unhinged of players. Just horrible.