Kamisama to Unmei Kakumei no Paradox's 13-Minute Gameplay Video Posted
posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
The Japanese video game news website 4Gamer began streaming a 13-minute gameplay video on Tuesday for Nippon Ichi Software's (NIS) Kamisama to Unmei Kakumei no Paradox (God and the Destiny Revolution Paradox) PlayStation 3 game. The video follows the main character as he wins a lottery and becomes a god. The video shows both dialogue and battle scenes, and features an anime promo at the end.
NIS is producing this "destiny revolution RPG" for PlayStation 3 as its first 20th anniversary commemorative title. The creative team behind NIS' Disgaea role-playing game series is planning and developing the project. The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya light novel illustrator Noizi Ito is serving as the game's character designer, and Yousei Teikoku (The Future Diary, Katanagatari theme songs) is providing soundtrack and theme song.
The story centers on seven angels and a high school student named Renya who suddenly becomes a god. He grows into an adult while working with the angels to grant wishes and change people's fate.
The game has been delayed from December 20 to January 24 due to various circumstances. It will be sold in a limited edition and a regular edition for 9,240 yen (about US$117) and 7,140 yen (US$90), respectively. The limited edition will include a "Destiny Revolution Bible for New Gods" booklet, two soundtrack CDs, and a limited first-edition box.
NIS CEO Sohei Niikawa already revealed that his company is planning a television anime project, although the anime has not yet been green-lit.
[Via Hachima Kikō]