The Guided Fate Paradox sequel due in Japan this year

By Brenna Hillier
5 March 2014 05:30 GMT

The Guided Fate Paradox has spawned a sequel called The Guided Fate Cross Thesis, which has not yet been confirmed for the west.


Gematsu reports The Guided Fate Cross Thesis arrives in Japan on July 24, for PlayStation 3.

“Several years ago the fate of a certain young man was revolutionized, and even after Satanadia fell, the demon’s power didn’t dissipate,” Nippon Ichi’s description reads.

“Meanwhile, heaven has barely kept war situation at bay by guerrilla warfare. They used the Fate Awakening Crystal to turn the main character into a god and he finds himself cast into battle. The main character must confront a situation where either of two close lady friends will die. What happens when he can only save one?”

In addition to the unnamed male protagonist, the cast includes Jupiel Chuumi, an angel who serves the hero, and Aruru Toue, the demon responsible for the hero’s initial transformation into a god.

It’s not just an extension of the original’s story; The Guided Fate Cross Thesis features full 3D graphics, with SD characters and a toon scale.

The equipment system has been made simpler, but the upgrade system has been tied to the series’s theme of “ultimate choice”; Nippon Ichi has promised to explain this later.

Image from The Guided Fate Paradox.

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