If you are a smaller developer, November is not the month you want to be releasing a new title. It’s arguably the biggest time of the year for gaming and 2013 is no exception. With the launch of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 right around the corner, you really need to be a big name in order to stick out. That is why I would like to draw your attention to The Guided Fate Paradox, which is now available in stores.
For those unfamiliar with the title, you can check out the official description below:
“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!
Featuring the beautiful artwork of Noizi Ito — the illustrator behind The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya and Shakugan No Shana — this game is sure to bless you with a rapturous roguelike experience with HD sprites!”
I recently had the pleasure of reviewing this game and I must say, I was pretty impressed with it. While I understand that the goofy story may be an outlier in today’s gaming world of “grim everything,” those that check out The Guided Fate Paradox will find it to be a highly enjoyable, although brutally difficult, title.
So while you may have your heart set on purchasing the latest Assassin’s Creed, Battlefield or Call of Duty titles, I just wanted to remind you that there are plenty of smaller games out there that could use some love.
The Guided Fate Paradox is available exclusively for the PlayStation 3 and can be purchased either in stores or through the PlayStation Network. It carries a price tag of $49.99.