Whether this is a good or bad thing will depend on how you reacted to the roguelike gameplay from Zettai Hero Project. If there is one thing that we can all agree upon, it's that Nippon Ichi's HD sprites are a sight to behold. Then we have Yousei Teikoku's (Future Diary opening) song, which happens to go well with the wishes/fate theme that The God and the Destiny Revolution Paradox is going with.
Just like how Disgaea 4 brought Takehito Harada's artwork to life, The God and the Destiny Revolution Paradox does the same with Noizi Ito's (Illustrator for the Haruhi and Shakugan no Shana light novels.) character designs. From what was shown so far, I am liking the dungeon exploration mechanics, along with being able to have your own mini mech armor in battle.
I also look forward to seeing how these dungeons will play a role in the main hero's quest to help the angels grant people's wishes. Since this is Nippon Ichi that we are talking about, we can expect a humorous take on the concept of becoming a god to help the main angels with their job.
To those that are skeptical of NIS's tendency to make you grind in their RPG games, most of this applies to the extra segments. However, all of their games tend to have special tricks that allow you to gain levels at god speed.
The God and the Destiny Revolution Paradox comes out in Japan on January 24th, 2013 for the PS3. Considering NISA's fantastic track record, we might see a localization in the near future, since it commemorates their 20th anniversary.
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