NISA Releases The Guided Fate Paradox Trailer

Sunday, February 24th, 2013

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Guided Fate Paradox Announcement - Featured Image

NIS America has released a trailer for their upcoming PS3 game, The Guided Fate Paradox. Set to be released in North America sometime this fall, the game is a spiritual successor to the PSP game Zettai Hero Project (or Z.H.P. Unlosing Ranger Vs. Darkdeath Evilman). The Guided Fate Paradox is a dungeon-crawler revolving around a high school boy by the name of Renya Kagurazaka. After winning a lottery that has been set up by angels, he is taken to heaven to become a new god. There, he will undergo training to grow into his godhood by granting the wishes of people in the real world, which is what much of the gameplay will revolve around.

The game also boasts some pretty interesting features, such as intensive customization that will include the usual fare – armor, weapons, and whatnot. It doesn’t end there though – apparently you’ll also be able to customize your characters’ very bodies, with the option to have tank treads or race cars for legs. Dungeons will be randomly generated, and if you die, the levels you’ve gained while exploring won’t be for naught – they’ll give a boost to your stats.

Check out the awesome trailer!


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