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Kenji Nojima Replaces Jun'ichi Miyake in Guided Fate Paradox Sequel Due to Health

posted on by Egan Loo
Voice of Kamisama to Unmei Kakumei no Cross Thesis main lead Shin Kamikaze steps down due to cold

Nippon Ichi Software (NIS) announced on Wednesday that Kenji Nojima is replacing Jun'ichi Miyake as the voice of the main character in the Kamisama to Unmei Kakumei no Cross Thesis (The Cross Thesis of God and a Fateful Revolution or The Guided Fate Cross Thesis) game. NIS explained that Miyake is stepping down from the role of Shin Kamikaze to undergo treatment for an illness.

Miyake further explained in a Wednesday blog entry that he is undergoing treatment from nasopharyngitis or the common cold. He apologized to all involved for the inconvenience caused and assured his fans that they do not have to worry about him. Miyake's roles in anime include Keno Inusaka in Hakkenden: Eight Dogs of the East and Sylvain Clark in Marginal Prince.

NIS will ship this sequel to Kamisama to Unmei Kakumei no Paradox (The Guided Fate Paradox) for the PlayStation 3 on July 24. In addition to the hero, the game also stars two heroines:

Asami Imai (The IDOLM@STER's Chihaya) as Jupierre Chūmi

Yumi Hara (The IDOLM@STER's Takane) as Aruru Harue.

According to NIS, the player can only save the one heroine they choose. The video introduces the game's two heroines and asks "which will you save/kill?"

NIS produced The Guided Fate Paradox "destiny revolution RPG" last year as its first 20th anniversary commemorative title. The creative team behind NIS' Disgaea role-playing game series planned and developed the project. The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya light novel illustrator Noizi Ito served as the game's character designer, and Yousei Teikoku (The Future Diary, Katanagatari theme songs) provided soundtrack and theme song. The voices of Love Live!'s idol group voiced the game's various heroines under the alias of their Love Live! characters' names.

The first game shipped in Japan last year. NIS America shipped the game in North America and Europe last fall.

[Via Hachima Kikō]

Images © 2014 Nippon Ichi Software, Inc.

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