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Congratulations! You’ve won the lottery! The good news: you’re now a god. The bad news: you now have to fight hordes of monsters to make the myriad wishes asked of you come true. This spiritual successor to Z.H.P. Unlosing Ranger vs. Darkdeath Evilman features the same (weird) level of customization, including the return of tank legs, randomly generated dungeons, and all the grinding and bittersweet defeats that come with a roguelike experience.
A handful of new screens were released for NIS’ upcoming PS3 roguelike, The Guided Fate Paradox. As a lottery winner made a god, players control Renya after he is spirited away to Celestia to battle enemies in randomly generated dungeons alongside a personal angel, Lilliel.
NIS has released a new batch of screenshots from their upcoming roguelike The Guided Fate Paradox. The six new shots show what’s in store for gamers as Renya, a lottery winner who was made a god. After becoming a deity, he is whisked away to Celestia with his personal angel Lilliel to battle enemies in randomly generated dungeons. Sounds like someone hit the Powerball!
The PSP roguelike Z.H.P. Unlosing Ranger Vs. Darkdeath Evilman is proving as resilient as its namesake with news that its spiritual successor, The Guided Fate Paradox, will be launching later this year for PS3. Developed by the team behind Disgaea: Hour of Darkness, The Guided Fate Paradox will introduce players to Renya Kagurazaka, a high school student who has become a god after winning a mall lottery. In order to fulfill his deity duties, he must travel to the Copy World in order to change the Original World so that people’s wishes come true.