By Spencer . November 14, 2012 . 6:25pm
Cinderella (yes, the same princess from the fairy tale) is a heroine in The God and Fate Revolution Paradox from Nippon Ichi Software. She’s tired of happy endings, but you can change that. Renya, the game’s hero, has the power to change people’s fate by entering the Copy World. There you’ll see a saddened shadow of Cinderella.
As Renya battles in the Copy World, Cinderella’s attitude begins to change. Nippon Ichi’s take on the Cinderella story still has an evil stepmother, but instead of a Fairy Godmother, a magician shows up.
Before you can change Cinderella’s fate you have to fight her shadow in the Copy World. If you can get Cinderella to rise above her troubled emotions you’ll trigger a "Fate Revolution" and…
… everyone lives happily ever after. But, that’s only one of the scenarios in The God and Fate Revolution Paradox. Players have to dive into different dungeons to change fate for other characters.
Renya has help from a group of angels and sacred treasures. Equip these and you’ll change Renya’s appearance plus get a special skill.
Drill gloves give Renya a drill attack.
Hookshot gives Renya a long distance attack that lets him reel in an enemy.
Neigh of Justice, a horse head helmet, grabs the attention of all the enemies nearby. This is a good tactic if you want to lure monsters into a trap.
The God and Fate Revolution Paradox comes out on January 24, 2013 for PlayStation 3.