Roguelike role-playing game The Guided Fate Paradox is coming to North America on Nov. 5, publisher Nippon Ichi Software America revealed today.
The PlayStation 3 exclusive will launch in two editions: a standard bundle including the game and a one-disc soundtrack for $49.99 and a limited edition for $74.99 packed with an additional artbook, two-disc soundtrack, framed art print and eight cards featuring the game's characters.
The game tells the story of a young boy who becomes a god after winning a mall lottery. As people pray to him for guidance, he must try to help them and alter their fate by working his way through a series of dungeons.
The Guided Fate Paradox was unveiled in July 2012 as Nippon Ichi Software's 20th anniversary commemorative title, with a tie-in anime also in the works. The game launched in Japan this past January and is also slated to launch in Europe later this year. Back in March, NIS America announced the title — along with Disgaea 2: A Brighter Darkness — would be available in North America this summer.