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Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars by Atlus

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  • Fantasy Violence
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  • Partial Nudity
  • Sexual Themes
Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 10.
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  • Platform: PS Vita
  • Publisher: Atlus
  • Developer: Spike Chunsoft
  • Category: Role-Playing
  • Players:1 Player

Product Details:

In the world called Aterra where the Star God is worshipped, monsters have begun to spawn from the mysterious labyrinth. However, the Star God has imbued certain young adults--Disciples--with the power to fight monsters, as well as create Star Children to aid in the battle. Only Disciples and Star Children can defeat the monsters, and you, as God's Gift, have an additional weighty task: to bond with seven other Disciples and bear many Star Children to help your world survive!

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.

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Number of Players
1 Player
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This Game is no Bueno Ok, so I thought this game was gonna be good, but compared to Persona 4 Golden its just boring. I couldn't play it for more than a few hours. Just stick with Persona 4.
Date published: 2016-12-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from really fun, cool monsters, high school action This game has exceeded my expectations in every way! Crazy concept, raunchy humor, unique battle system, fun character interactions, great English Dub, and a catchy soundtrack! I'm happy that Atlus took a chance on this game because it totally paid off. It's great to see more Spike Chunsoft games coming to the West. Also to those thinking about buying the game avoid looking at the professional reviews as they are highly biased and a very inaccurate representation of just how fun the game is
Date published: 2014-09-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great game this game is for people who like grid based combat, dating sims, and rpg options. if you like those types of games then you will like it.
Date published: 2014-07-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Anime Power fantasy Don't get this if you're thinking it's a good rpg or a good game for that matter. The game lacks any kind of life. Battles are far too easy, characters are forgettabble. If you like/want a dating-sim game then get it, but if you're assuming it's a good rpg then you're sadly mistaking.
Date published: 2014-06-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing RPG This game is absolutely amazing. I have already gone through two playthroughs and i plan to keep going. I enjoy the RPG and the Dating-SIM-esque feel it has. I have Persona 4 Golden and they are similar but not exact copies. They both incorporate dungeon crawling and the use of making your teammates stronger by taking them with you. The battle styles are similar. There aren't as many Star Children as there are Personas which makes it feel lacking. But you soon find out that that doesn't matter. You will go through hundreds of children the same way you go through hundreds of Personas. The game is very fun, but if you are unclear on the game, look up some playthroughs. That should help you make up your mind.
Date published: 2014-05-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great J-RPG Visual Novel This game is one of those games I was looking for for a long time. Conception 2 on the Vita looks and sounds amazing. I love J-RPGs and Visual Novels and for those that also do, this is perfect. The turn based battle system is solid and easy to learn. The only negative about the game I would say is the dungeons and its visual uniqueness. As you progress through you notice that though the dungeons are a little different they are pretty much still quite similar. Other than that everything else is great & I love it. Just can't stop playing it. ^_^
Date published: 2014-05-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's amazing I recommend this game if you just absolutely love jrpgs. Its overall performance in gameplay is ecstatic and the relationship you develop with the "7 stars" is rather mysterious.
Date published: 2014-04-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Persona-esque TBH I was most excited for this because dating-sim, and the lack of otome games in the west. As for first impressions: The intro-music is....not quite as catchy as I'm used to for ATLUS games, but no skin off my back. The character designs are nice and the voices are actually not as bad as I had expected. The battle system, however, is what makes this game so fun. It takes a Persona-style Press-turn system concept into something a little more. It takes a bit more strategy with the placement of allies to hit weak points. It makes you think a bit more than grinding in dungeons normally does. Also cute girls.
Date published: 2014-04-16
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