Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars coming to North America


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Atlus and Spike Chunsoft are teaming up to bring North American games Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars. The standalone release, scheduled to launch next spring for 3DS and PS Vita, will have players working their magic to create the soldiers necessary to face monsters, the labyrinths the monsters spew forth from, and the labyrinths’ creator, the Pandora Labyrinth. As a Disciple, players take on the role of a human that has been granted the powers of a Star God so that they may engage in battle against the monsters plaguing the lands. Humans only have the Star God’s powers until they are 18, which means that they must create more Disciples with fellow Disciples. Ahem. Actually, it’s not as unsettling as it sounds, as it’s the powers that combine to form the next generation of warriors, the Star Children.

The protagonist may combine energies with up to seven heroines in order to create enough Star Children. The ethereal beings, along with the protagonists and his classmates, will clear dungeons by engaging the demons in turn-based battles that will focus on careful maneuvering and building meter to unleash Chain Drives for stronger attacks.

Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars is scheduled to launch next spring for 3DS and PS Vita for $39.99.

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Official Site: Atlus.com – Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars

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