Review

Review: No Straight Roads is a brief but brilliant adventure

Final Fantasy XV designer’s battle between rock and EDM features a fantastic soundtrack and phenomenal art design

Co-Director
Wan Hazmer
Key Credits
Idir Alexander Ould Braham (Producer), Daim Dziauddin (Co-Director)

No Straight Roads is a beautifully made adventure with a fantastic soundtrack and some phenomenal art design. While its boss battles, its dialogue and its general vibe are hugely entertaining, its brevity may disappoint anyone looking for a little more content. As long as you don’t mind paying an LP price for a brilliant EP, you’re in for a treat.

  • Each boss is a masterclass in character design
  • A brilliantly realised city with five distinct and impressive districts
  • Its toe-tapping soundtrack integrates itself with the action brilliantly
  • It’s disappointingly short
4 / 5
Version tested
Nintendo Switch
Co-Director
Wan Hazmer
Key Credits
Idir Alexander Ould Braham (Producer), Daim Dziauddin (Co-Director)

No Straight Roads is a beautifully made adventure with a fantastic soundtrack and some phenomenal art design. While its boss battles, its dialogue and its general vibe are hugely entertaining, its brevity may disappoint anyone looking for a little more content. As long as you don’t mind paying an LP price for a brilliant EP, you’re in for a treat.

  • Each boss is a masterclass in character design
  • A brilliantly realised city with five distinct and impressive districts
  • Its toe-tapping soundtrack integrates itself with the action brilliantly
  • It’s disappointingly short
4 / 5
Version tested
Nintendo Switch