you lose all your levels but your stats get better. You don't get to use any other angel ...
Jason Zsiba "'s girlfriend probably wrote this review.", Amazon
5 February 2015
Summary: This game reminded me a lot of the Playstation game Azure Dreams. It's basically a "mystery dungeon" game where you can run around with an NPC partner through randomly generated dungeons. Each time you beat the dungeon or exit it, you lose all your levels but your stats get better. You don't get to use any other angel except the first one until around the 7th chapter.
Summary: Honestly, I have to agree with the other review here. This game could have been really great but the massive design flaws and various issues seriously hurt the fun, and make the game ultra frustrating. I would really only recommend this game to hardened Roguelike fans, as like with most RL games - Paradox can be extremely unfair and extremely unforgiving sometimes, and if you die or Honestly, I have to agree with the other review here.
Summary: The largest irritant of this game is how you lose all your equipment and money whenever you die, which happens a lot because each stage has a large difficulty "curve" until you've ground out enough levels in previous stages to take on the next. Not terrible, not fantastic. Something to play in the vein of disgaea.