In typical RPG fashion, Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars has you build a party to combat monsters for the fate of the world. What’s not quite typical is just how, exactly, you go about building said party. Here’s a hint — it doesn’t stop until the panties drop. Queue the Marvin Gaye!
While the title may indicate that it’s a direct sequel to the Japanese-only Conception: Please Give Birth to my Child (no, seriously), it’s been confirmed that the stories are not connected and RPG fans can jump in to Conception II without fear of not understanding the entire story. As if an RPG about making warrior babies isn’t already awesome enough, right? Imagine Persona, but instead of summoning your Persona in to battle you make sweet love to one of seven women and bring in your love child to lay down some crazy newborn street justice.
The stronger your relationship is to the women, the stronger your warrior babies. So in short, you don’t want to be a lover and a leaver.. a midnight cowboy, if you will. You’ll want to woo her with chocolates, maybe build a puzzle or two and down a bottle of the finest Boone’s Farm money can buy before ripping off all your clothes and taking her ass to the mountains. It’s also a turn-based RPG so you can teach your little brats a thing or two about being polite and waiting their turn.
Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars hits the Nintendo 3DS/2DS and PS Vita today for the retail price of $39.99.
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