The Guided Fate Paradox
The story puts you in the shoes of the normal boilerplate high school student Renya Kagurazaka. After complaining about how he is quite possibly the unluckiest person on the planet, he comes across a cute girl in a maid outfit working a lottery stand at a supermarket. In what can only be described as a master stroke of luck, or not, he wins the grand prize: become God.After being knocked out by the lady and dragged to Celestia, Nippon Ichi's name for Heaven, Renya, acting as God, must answer the prayers of any living creature. Of course, a single person wouldn't be able to handle all of these wishes. Using what is called the Fate Revolution Circuit, the machine narrows down the wishes to ones that are more appropriate to his current level, and Renya must work to guide their fates to a revolution, which isn't always apparent at first.To satisfy these wishes, Renya must venture inside the Fate Revolution Circuit into a dimension called the Copy World, a place overrun with the inner demons of Players will spend the majority of their time in with the main plot of the game weaving in between both this and the Original World. These wishes also work as providing depth to the different angels that live and work in Celestia, explaining some of their personality and backstory, and are rather fascinating for the most part.The only real complaint I have with the story is that it can be pretty jarring when no matter which angel Renya has accompanying him into the dungeon, they are always replaced by Lilliel, the aforementioned cute girl wearing the maid outfit. Not only does this show a real disconnect with the gameplay side of things, but it also happens often where cut scenes just end and gameplay begins, and vice versa.To keep one's sanity in check, Guided Fate Paradox is not as punishingly difficult as this genre tends to be. While the difficulty spikes immediately after the tutorial, there are plenty of ways that the game offers relief during the experience. For example, Renya can call upon his angelic cohorts to assist him along the way, each one carrying their own player-selected equipment and inherent abilities and can also be ordered to act freely or conservatively.
The Guided Fate Paradox
The Guided Fate Paradox has an interesting premise. A young boy named Renya plays the lottery and wins the grand prize of becoming God. Along his quest to help people realize their fates, he'll be accompanied by angels, change his looks and powers with a seemingly limitless number of items, and use divine items.
God has never had it so rough!Meet Renya, who happened to become God through a lottery. And then, his self-proclaimed personal angel named Lilliel took him to Celestia right away.Together, they will tackle countless randomly-generated dungeons in this story-driven rogue-like RPG in order to guide the fate of all mankind to a revolution!Fight, grow strong, customize your appearance, strengthen your equipment, and then fight some more. The only limit to your strength is your imagination!
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