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The God and Fate Revolution Paradox Screens: Devils and Dungeons
Nippon Ichi's next title... well, looks like a Nippon Ichi title.
10.08.12 - 1:52 AM

Nippon Ichi's next RPG, titled The God and Fate Revolution Paradox, is being created by the team behind Disgaea and so the title is described as a mix between that and Z.H.P.: Unlosing Ranger vs. Darkdeath Evilman. In development for the PlayStation 3, The God and Fate Revolution Paradox (which really needs a shorter name) follows the main character, Renya, a boy who changes the fate of others with the help of angels.

The title takes place in a 'Copy World,' where all the dungeons exist. This world actually controls the real world, and contains the enemies who act as obstacles to the fates of people in the real world. Defeating them makes these people's fates less.. well, grim, and help them towards a destiny they actually want. The dungeons themselves are random, and each time you leave a dungeon your level resets to one, but fear not: there are overall level stats, too. Some dungeons have interesting designs, like ones where you can walk on all sides of the map. There's room for massive boss fights, too, and enemies that self-destruct - like bombs - and plenty of zombies. Characters can be thrown across a map, too.

The devils, of course, are your enemy - they slaughtered many angels long ago. Renya (and presumably other playable characters) can dress in different costumes and accessories. One of the most powerful of these devils is Satanachia, who doesn't even believe that killing angels is worth the time. One of his sidekicks, Fleurnetty, is much harsher towards angels, but she often has to calm down his other sidekick, Varial. Varial believes in absolute power and craves war.

You can find all the latest screens (and devil artwork) below. The God and Fate Revolution Paradox for PlayStation 3 doesn't yet appear to have a release window.


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