In NIS America’s The Guided Fate Paradox you play as Renya Kagurazaka, an average teenager, who one day while grocery shopping, plays the lottery (against his will) and becomes chosen to become god by the “lottery machine of destiny.” Hardly a high risk gamble and yet becoming god is the reward. He then is whisked away to Celestia to start his godly duties of answering prayers, guiding fates, and ultimately destroying the evil demons of the Netherworld. Sounds a bit over-the-top, random, and fun, yes? Excellent, because it sets the stage for everything that is to come in the game. Joining you are several angels, each of which has a distinct personality (and will make you question what exactly constitutes an angel), and will play a pivotal role as you progress through the story.