You Can Switch Between Angel And Demon Forms In The Guided Fate: Cross Thesis Awakening

By Sato . April 3, 2014 . 12:31pm

In The Guided Fate: Cross Thesis Awakening, the protagonist Shin will have the ability to awaken God Mode while tackling the game’s roguelike dungeons. Except this time, there’s a twist that will give him the option to choose an angel or demon variant of the God Mode.


Depending on which God Mode is activated, Shin will have a different appearance to go with a different set of skills and abilities.


The angel-type God Mode will bestow Shin with holy powers, with his right-half of the body having a glow after borrowing Jupiel Soraumi’s powers. In this mode, he’ll specialize in using his sword to fight enemies in close range.


The above is a look at a powerful light slash ability, and a buff that powers up his attack.


Next, you have his demon-type God Mode, where he borrows powers from Arle Agarie, which can be seen more on his left side. Contrary to the angel-type, the demon version excels in long-ranged magic attacks.


His Dark Shot ability can be used to take out enemies from a distance, and he can also recover some health using the Energy Drain ability, which deals damage to enemies while healing himself.

The key to fighting monsters will be switching between both angel and demon-type God Modes, as the light-attribute enemies will be weak against dark attacks, and vice-versa. These attributes will also play a role in the types of traps you encounter, so that’ll be another thing you’ll want to watch out for.


Since both modes will have their own status attributes and abilities, knowing your situation and how to take on certain areas will also be important. While angel and demon modes are powerful and can be activated at any time, they also use up the SP meter, which replenishes over time while in normal mode.


Also, depending on the bond you share between Jupiel and Arle, it’ll have an impact on their respective modes. Your relationship with the ladies can be enhanced simply by conversing with them often.


The Guided Fate: Cross Thesis Awakening will be released on July 24, 2014 for PlayStation 3.

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  • nororu

    this game could be better on a handle, am i wrong?

    • DesmaX

      The first one was a test of patience, so I’d rather play it on a console.

      Also, it would be hard to do the Suspend Save trick on a Handheld

      • Err… TGFP is basically ZHP 2, and ZHP was a PSP game anyway.

      • Arrngrim

        A test of patience indeed, losing your gear if dying…little too much. It made me try to “overpower” even more, which is pretty impossible in the game….just…yeah…no…

  • Kelohmello

    Is there a form that brings back 2D sprites?

  • NicheGamer

    Seems like a good way give your boosted mode a little more variety. God Mode was pretty boring in the first game as all it gave you was invulnerability and a room clearing skill.

    • God

      Don’t forget the huge boost on stats.

  • God

    Seems interesting, though i don’t really like long range magic, so if i have to choose i guess i’ll use the angel mode more often, that sword looks badass.

  • KiTA

    So I’m confused – is this an expansion to the previous game, or a sequel? It wasn’t released THAT long ago, was it?

    • why would u be confused? the characters and the sprites are all different from the previous game, so it is obviously a sequel

  • revenent hell

    Im more of a “hack and slash” person so the “holy” side would probably be a better play style for me though I wont go that rout….. I like the demonic looking one better and I is fickle.

  • Kornelious

    Angel Mode for me. I more of the “Slice first, figure out how to get out of the reprocutions that came with that attack” kind of guy X)

  • Needs to be on the Vita.

  • LastFootnote

    So…this is a serious question, not a veiled criticism:

    Does this game have any characters other than these three?

    • Mr_SP

      None that they’ve announced.

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