Nippon Ichi Software confirms latest projects

God and the Fate, Project: Arcadia, and Project: D official.

Nippon Ichi Software confirmed God and the Fate Revolution Paradox, “Project: Arcadia,” and “Project: D” during a press conference in Japan this morning. (All three titles were leaked through Japanese magazines earlier this week.)

God and the Fate Revolution Paradox centers on a boy who, after winning a lottery at the mall, becomes a god, and works alongside an angel to grant the people’s wishes. Noizi Ito, known for her work on Shakugan no Shana and The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, is doing character design, and Yosei Teikoku, is producing the game’s music.

Nippon Ichi shared Little information on the untitled projects. Three keywords were given for “Project: Arcadia”: “Spoiled girl!!,” “Side scroll!!,” and “Exhilirating sensation!!” For “Project: D,” Nippon Ichi promised without a doubt that both longtime fans and new fans alike would be happy. It is unknown whether the title has anything to do with the firm’s hit strategy RPG series Disgaea, but the publisher did confirm a Disgaea 5 is being planned.

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