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Submitted by FiLTHY ESKiMO 508d ago | review

The Guided Fate Paradox Review - Eskimo Press

Eskimo Press: "Imagine if God was walking among us here on Earth. Like, God is literally one of the people around you. That is the case in The Guided Fate Paradox. Renya Kagurazaka is your typical shy, mild-mannered, generic high school student, and he has been chosen to step into the shoes of God to answer prayers and guide fates. And there’s an overarching story about good vs. evil in there as well. " (PS3, The Guided Fate: Paradox) 7/10

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