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Submitted by MattS 676d ago | review

Review: The Guided Fate Paradox | Digitally Downloaded

Digitally Downloaded writes: "It's fitting that the first roguelike to really require thought and strategy to get thorough to the end is also the first roguelike to have a narrative that demands deep thought. Usual disclaimers about Nippon Ichi games that they're not for everyone aside, this game is incredible, creative and a refreshing new IP for Nippon Ichi, and deserves a far better response that it will inevitably get from the mainstream press who will no doubt go back to playing Call of Duty because it has a dog in it." (PS3, The Guided Fate: Paradox) 5/5

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