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No Straight Roads Steam Version Announced

Metronomik has announced a Steam PC version of No Straight Roads during a live stream to celebrate their first-year anniversary. The stream is still ongoing at the time of writing, so more details will be added soon. Check out the Steam page for No Straight Roads Encore Edition here. The title of the Steam version is No Straight Roads Encore ...

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Halfway Point: The Best Games of 2021 So Far [Video]

We are 6 months in for 2021, and already we have a slew of top tier GOTY candidates. In the interest of everyone who needs game recommendations right now, we've done a slew of videos with content creators and media folks from all over Southeast Asia about their top gaming picks of 2021. We also added in our own picks, this being our site and all...

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The Malaysian Video Games Scene Deserves More Respect

I recently came across the following tweet making its rounds in the Malaysian Twitter-sphere. Essentially, the caption read "If you think that there's no future in video games, look at them" accompanying the photos of two leading video game streamers in Malaysia, Mohd Faris “Soloz” Zakaria and the other, Imran 'Vokey' Rosli. Whil...

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Malaysian Esports Docu-Series Jalur 14 Premieres Next Week

In collaboration with the Ministry Of Youth And Sports (KBS) Malaysia, Astro EGG Network is launching a new esports-focused docus-series; Jalur 14. It will feature insights into the Malaysian esports and games development industries. Jalur 14 will feature guest appearances from famous esports athletes and local figures like Metronomik co-founde...

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No Straight Roads’ Metronomik Will Address The Game’s Major Bugs

We dug our time with Metronomik's music-laced action game No Straight Roads, even with its technical bugs & quirks. The devs know this too, so leave it to the company's CEO Wan Hazmer to release a video talking about it, as well as dish out some protips on the game's harder segments. He details some of the bugs in the game, which include playe...

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How Hard Did We Rock In No Straight Roads’ First Two Stages?

Despite its recent delay, there's still a lot of anticipation and hype for Metronomik's No Straight Roads, Malaysia's major gaming contribution for 2020 that goes beyond assets-generation. And with the recent build of the game made playable to us, it feels like a road favorably traveled. The premise to this indie title is simple: rocking protagoni...

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No Straight Roads Trailer Showcases Cast Tech Hub & New Idol-Inspired Boss

During last night's Guerilla Collective live stream, Malaysian studio Metronomik's action-adventure platformer and musical extravaganza No Straight Roads received a new gameplay trailer narrated by CEO and founder Wan Hazmer. In the new No Straight Roads trailer, Wan Hazmer highlights and showcases one of the playable hubs in the game's Vinyl City...

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No Straight Roads Delayed To “Later In The Summer”

One of this year's most-anticipated indie-developed action titles No Straight Roads is getting delayed, much to the disappointment of many here in sunny ol' Malaysia. The Metronomik-developed title, previously scheduled for 30th June, will only be available "later in the summer" for PC (via Epic Games), PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. The main...

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Malaysia-Made No Straight Roads To Start Rockin’ This June

Malaysian developer Metronomik has finally announced the release date of the most highly-anticipated Malaysian-made game after years of hype. No Straight Roads is slated to release for the PS4 and PC (exclusively on Epic Games Store) on 30 June 2020. Metronomik CEO Wan Hazmer (former Lead Game Designer for Square Enix’s Final Fantasy XV) an...

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No Straight Roads Is The First Malaysian Epic Games Store Exclusive [Update]

Update 30/8/19: It's confirmed; No Straight Roads is an Epic Games exclusive for PC alongside a few other notable indie titles. Also, we've added some comments from people regarding the Epic Store news. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPpAg6IePGU&t=1s Original story The music-laced action game No Straight Roads from Metronomik has been getti...

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No Straight Roads Closed Off Until Early 2020; Gets Publisher & Physical Copy

So much for that Spring 2019 release date, eh Metronomik? The Malaysian-made upcoming action game with rhythm beats No Straight Roads will be delayed to early 2020. On the plus side, the devs will be partnering with publisher Sold Out, and will also get physical versions for sale for only US$39.99. Oh, and it'll be for PC and PS4. Here's the offi...

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Final Fantasy XV’s Long Development Wasn’t Nomura’s Fault, Says Wan Hazmer

Metronomik CEO Wan Hazmer is currently developing No Straight Roads, but before that, he was the Lead Game Designer for Square Enix's Final Fantasy XV. He's taking everything he learned in his years working at the Japanese studio and bringing it here to Malaysia starting with No Straight Roads. In an interview with Game Informer, Wan Hazmer discus...

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Metronomik’s No Straight Roads Was Close To Being A Turn-Based RPG: Wan Hazmer

Malaysia should be proud knowing that one of its gaming studios Metronomik may have an international music-savvy action gaming hit in its hand: No Straight Roads. But did you know that it was close to being a turn-based RPG with music? According to an exclusive Kakuchopurei interview with Metronomik's CEO and game designer lead Wan Hazmer, he chan...

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TGS 2018: Malaysia’s Wan Hazmer Shows Off New Action Rhythm Indie Game

Wan Hazmer, a Malaysian game designer renowned for working on Final Fantasy XV at Square Enix, formed a game company called Metronomik following his departure from the FF-making house in 2017. So what has the new Malaysian studio been working on since then? A pretty nifty indie game called No Straight Road, which was revealed during Tokyo Game ...

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