More Details About The Guided Fate: Cross Thesis Awakening’s Tough Choices

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Nippon Ichi Software recently announced that they’re working on a new title, The Guided Fate: Cross Thesis Awakening, featuring two female leads and the twist is you have to choose which one to save. This week’s issue of Famitsu magazine shares a few more details.


According to the magazine report, The Guided Fate: Cross Thesis Awakening will be a proper sequel to The Guided Fate Paradox with all new graphics and systems. Its theme will be “the ultimate choice,” which will most likely be related to the two protagonists, Jupiel and Arul.


The Guided Fate: Cross Thesis Awakening is said to take place several years after the first game and characters from the previous game will likely return. As far as gameplay goes, you’ll be exploring randomized dungeons in full 3D.


Famitsu reports that the game will be much easier to play than before, and there will also be an enhancement system that will also be related to the game’s theme of “the ultimate choice”. There will be a gameplay element where you can strengthen weapons, and another system that involves angels and demons.


If you’re wondering what kind of choices you’ll be making in the game, there will be many other difficult decisions where you’re faced with choices and cannot save the lives of everyone around you. Your choices will also lead to different endings depending on the types of choices you make. Additionally, they will also have an effect on how the protagonist thinks and feels, influencing the type of ending you’ll get.


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

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