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NIS America's The Guided Fate Paradox puts players in the shoes of Renya. The young man has become God by winning the lottery, and it's his jobs to help answer the prayers of those on Earth.
The gameplay combines strategy RPG mechanics with elements of a roguelike. In order to help people realize their fates, he must enter a duplicate world that is a randomly generated dungeon. Beating the boss at the end will advance the story, reset Renya's level to one, and boost his base stats.
You can learn more about The Guided Fate Paradox in the instructional trailer below. The title is due out for PlayStation 3 later this year.
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NIS rarely lets me down so I guess I can add yet another current-gen games to my list of things to get.
Stop making addicting games!
...Just kidding. I anticipate this being quite fun coming from NIS.
Darn it! I prefer my turn-based strategy games on handheld!
If we're a god, can't we just like think and destroy all our enemies? Come on now.
This looks amazing and really fun to play; not to mention it reminds me of games similar to Final Fantasy Tactics and I loved those kinds of games. ^_^
he became god by that! well, hahaha! interesting!
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Well, I may just have to check this out because of how bizarre it is.
Became a god!? That's sound so INTERESTING!! XD