Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars (2014) Review

Posted: June 29, 2015 in Handhelds, Reviews
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Rating: 4 Stars
EU Release Date: Apr 15, 2014 (for 3DS)

Cover ArtConception II: Children of the Seven Stars is a turn-based RPG in which you play as a teenage boy named Wake Archus who needs to make all his female classmates pregnant in order to defeat some monsters. Despite the completely creepy concept, this game is actually quite fun, once you get to the action.

Basically, Wake is at a school training specially chosen students for their abilities to combat monsters who form in ‘Dusk Circles’. Wake chooses a heroine to enter the Dusk Circles with him and, to help them battle the monsters, they ‘Classmate’ to create ‘Star Children’. You take three teams of tiny, annoying Star Children, who constantly beset you with creepy questions (“Daddy, will you marry me?”) into the Dusk Circles and then use a variety of strategic attacks and skills to defeat a bunch of monsters.

In order to create the Star Children, Wake has to chat up the ladies. The thing is, it doesn’t even matter if you’re a jerk towards them, they’ll still ‘classmate’ with you. Having only played the demo, I’m not going to comment on the overall story or if being a dick to the girls affects you in anyway (although I suspect not). Apparently, there are several different endings to the game, involving Wake finally picking just one girl to sleep with marry… or keep shagging all of them.

Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars is available to download as a demo from the Nintendo eShop and for PS Vita.

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