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Win 1 of 4 copies of No Straight Roads on PS4!

Update: Our panel of judges has selected the following winners — and it’s almost a clean sweep for the state of Queensland!

Congrats to the following winners:

  • Grand Prize winner: Jared G. from Perth, WA
  • Runners up: David E from Brisband, QLD; Becky D from Brisbane, QLD; G Powell from Brisbane, QLD

Check your supplied emails for next steps, and thanks to the over 500 of you who entered!

Original story: No Straight Roads heads to various platforms next week and thanks to Metronomik we have four (4) copies of the game to give away on PS4! Our grand prize consists of a PS4 Collector’s Edition, though we’ve got three (3) standard editions on PS4 to also give away.

As we detailed in our previewNo Straight Roads follows Mayday and Zuke, better known as Bunk Bed Junction, as they fight to save Vinyl City from the oppressive NSR and their love of EDM.

If you’re keen to enter, tell us in 25 words or less: As a Vinyl City citizen, would you fight on the side of rock or EDM, and why? The more creative, the better. You can also add additional entries to the pool via the widget below.

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This contest starts today and will run until 11.59 pm AEDT on 25 August, the release date of No Straight Roads. It is open to readers in Australia only. We’ll select one (1) major prize winner and three (3) runners-up on or after 26 August and contact the winners via their supplied email addresses.

Good luck!

No Straight Roads heads to Windows PC, Xbox and PS4 on 25 August. A demo is available now on Windows PC via the Epic Games Store… or you can watch us playing the full demo experience below.



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Steve's the owner of this very site and an active games journalist for the past ten years. He's a Canadian-Australian gay gaming geek, ice hockey player and fan. Husband to Matt and cat dad to Wally and Quinn.