Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars
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- The Power of Love: Combine your power with the powers of other Disciples to give life to Star Children, ethereal beings that can fight in battle. Keep in mind that thoughtful communication and attention is necessary to deepen your bonds, allowing you to create stronger Star Children, as well as act as reliable partners in battle. Manage your partnerships carefully!
- The Importance of Child Development: You can have up to 3 teams of 3 Star Children with you inside the labyrinth. Depending upon their combination of classes, they will be able to use certain skills and get bonus boosts in stats, affecting the flow of battle
- The Family Who Fights Together: Learning monsters' weak spot and picking the best position to attack from--front, back, left, right--will be key to your effectiveness in battle. Furthermore, paying attention to the order of turns, the Ether Gauge, the Chain Drive meter, and the strength of your family's bond will all play into your likelihood of victory
Atlus X Spike Chunsoft:
Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars is a sequel to Conception: Ore No Kodomo O Undekure, a game exclusive to the Japanese region. For the sequel, it is the first one of the series to ever have localization, and this standalone story will be available for the PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS.
It's Baby-Making Time:
In Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars, players take on the role of a young man starting his education to be a Disciple, gifted with the divine powers of the Star Gods. Disciples can combine powers with seven heroines. Together, they'll create ethereal creatures called “Star Children” to aid and fight for them in battles. Indeed, it's baby-making time! It brings a new meaning to the phrase “after-school activities”. These feisty progeny then take their parents' skills and lead the turn-based action against the evil monsters of the Pandora Labyrinths.
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|Official Release Date||Apr 15, 2014|
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It is hard for me to give this game a bad rating because I loved the characters so much. The overall plot is the average anime trope, teenagers have superpowers and save the world. But the individual character stories are well written. Though the characters also fall into the same anime tropes I found them very likable with a fair amount of depth.
The graphics and art work are stellar even on the 3DS. Vita is slightly superior graphic wise.
The weakest part of the game is the dungeon crawling. It is very repetitive and bland. I think if the battle system was more turn based strategy with the star children as pawns on a chest board type grid the dungeons and perma death for defeated star children it would have been far more interesting.
I would only recommend this game for anyone that can place story over game play.
Personally I was a fan of the series from the PSP game, and this one doesn't disappoint. Well worth picking up for fans of JRPGs.
i loved it , atlus mkes the best games eveeer !!!!
Still in playthrough, having great fun though.
poor plot, boring game play and very repetitive.
the one thing this game has going for it is the lovely graphics and the running dating sims gags along the way.
don't waste your money...
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