The Divine Paradox Review
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His journey will take him to four different times, each having their own style and characters. Along the way he will uncover deep dark secrets that will change how everyone sees the world and universe. In the end nothing will be the same.
-Each act has their own story that ties into the full story of the game. Stop a mad man from bringing forth a terrible beast, fight against
a crazed who will stop at nothing to take over the land, and find a way to free the world from the control of a messed up a.i. All the
while changing the future.
-Each town, dungeon and other maps are full of hidden paths, puzzles and awesome treasure. Each act's puzzle get more complicated
and become more rewarding. Also there are very challenging ones along the way but their rewards are great!
-There are many hidden throughout the land, even some trash items may turn into great rewards later on. Some side quests even go
through the acts. Like finding a use for a simple useless stick, or taking on a tower frozen in ice to reclaim a stolen song book and
-Roughly 16 hours of game play, each act is a few hours long not including side quests and exploration.