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Submitted by Godmars290 1214d ago | trailer

Let’s Check Out The Disgaea Team’s Next Game

The Disgaea team is developing a new strategy RPG called The God and Fate Revolution Paradox, which has character customization elements similar to Z.H.P. Unlosing Ranger vs. Darkdeath Evilman. You play as Renya, a boy who works with a group of angels to change people’s destinies. (PS3, The God And the Fate Revolution Paradox)

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Snookies12  +   1214d ago
Why have I not heard of this? I'm usually quite intent on following NIS games lol.
r21  +   1214d ago
This game looks like it could be a PS vita game XC Oh well just gonna have to buy it on PS3 :D
belac09  +   1214d ago
looks great! i wish it would be on a handheld though.
3-4-5  +   1214d ago
yea the in game art style is very cool looking. It's clean yet colorful. Would be nice to see it on the Vita.
Nexgensensation  +   1214d ago
I like!
It reminds me of rainbow moon! Gotta check this out

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