I love the fact that music and rhythm games are appearing more and more, and No Straight Roads is no exception to my happiness. I was extremely impressed by this game that, for me at least, came out of nowhere. I looked into it immediately as it caught my eye, and watched both demo videos that are out for it. While the gameplay looks solid and the music is so very good, the voice acting could use a little work in some areas. I’m not sure if they meant for our characters to speak and sound like this on purpose, but the dialogue exchange BEFORE the Mother and Daughter fight was a bit cringey at times lol.
The game is listed to come out on both Playstation 4 and PC, but there’s no concrete release date yet. Either way, No Straight Roads has been added to my list of game I definitely want to add to my collection.
Welcome To Vinyl City Trailer:
Mother and Daughter Gameplay Demo:
DJ Subatomic Supernova Gameplay Demo:
The hype is real.
– More main story
– Level cap increase from 70 to 80
– More actions for every class
– Viera race confirmed! (Best part of the expansion for me lol)
D3 Publisher announced Onechanbara Origins for PS4, and I couldn’t be happier. Onechanbara Origin is actually the first two entries in the series together in one package. So for those who haven’t gotten the chance to play the first two can now do it in HD. The art style for the game this time around is a little different, but it’s reminiscent of the series’s PS2 days. The game will release in Japan sometime in 2019, but no Worldwide release has been announced just yet. I do however have some pictures that you can check out below:
The trailer may be a bit long, but it’s worth the watch. So excited to play this masterpiece again! The game releases in the West in 2019.
Not sure how I feel about this one yet.
I will be getting this.