“No Straight Roads” By M’sian Indie Game Developer Set For Global Release On 25 August

The studio will be adding some Malaysian flavour into the mIx.

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Local video game developer, Metronomik will be releasing their first title ‘No Straight Roads’ starting 25 August.

What you need to know: ‘No Straight Roads’ will focus around music with a bit of Malaysian culture thrown into the mix such as Dikir Barat.

Many Malaysian elements are showcased in this video game, including the wayang kulit and dikir barat songs which are accompanied by Bahasa Malaysia subtitles. The voice actors used in the video game are also local talents.

Metronomik Chief Executive Officer Wan Hazmer Wan Abd Halim via Bernama

Where will it be available : Wan Hazmer said that the action-adventure game will be available on Playstation 4, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and PC via the Epic Games Store.

You can also pre-order the rhythm-infused third-person title through Metronomik’s website.

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