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Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars - Nintendo 3DS

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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. 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 the combo 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.
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Platform: Nintendo 3DS
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 5.1 x 0.8 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00GOOSTFE
  • Item model number: C2-30016-7
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,071 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 17, 2013

Product Description

Platform: Nintendo 3DS

Coming to Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita is Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars, a unique dungeon-exploring RPG with school-life elements. 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!

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Very fun game.
C. Scopa
I like the gameplay, the story and the fact that andrea Libman voices one of the characters in this game. ooooh so awesome.
tylerrussell
Except they're not HUMAN kids, they're STAR CHILDREN!
apeman505

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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By ChibiNeko TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 15, 2014
Platform for Display: Nintendo 3DS
I have to admit that I haven't beaten the game yet, but I'll update this after I finish. I've done enough that I feel I can give a basic opinion on whether or not you should purchase this game for whatever system strikes your fancy.

First off, the graphics for this are pretty good. HOWEVER, I do want to stress that the 3D aspect of it isn't as great as in other games released for the 3DS. Many animated scenes aren't given the full 3D treatment, such as the opening animation. I kind of expected this since it's difficult to do, but it's still a little disappointing. The average scenes elsewhere are in 3D, such as when you're fighting or Classmating, so there's that. It's no Bravely Default as far as 3D goes, but then that game was specifically made for this system and C2 was made for 3DS and Vita. They did apply care (hey, it *is* Atlus) but you won't be able to forget that this is a multi-system game. You won't really care overly much since the graphics here are pretty nice to look at. Oh yeah, and there's jiggle factor. The game programmers took especially good care to ensure that the female assets jiggle on cue. I'd say they'd have done that with the guys, but there's nothing there to jiggle. I did note that they did other little things such as having the characters breathe and fidget on occasion, which was kind of nice because it gave them a little more humanity.

As far as the dating sim angle goes, this wasn't bad. I liked that we were given the ability to gauge how our interactions with the female characters went via smiley faces. Some of the answers are fairly obvious, but a lot of them aren't and a seemingly innocuous answer can lower your relationship score with one of the females.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By apeman505 on May 28, 2014
Platform for Display: Nintendo 3DS
This game is downright weird, and it's pretty awesome. Let me explain.

The game is set in a fantastic world in which random people spontaneously become "branded" with a mark from the "God of the Stars," and must travel to an academy in order to develop their skills and fight the bad guys. Your character has been blessed with a ridiculous amount of "Ether" energy, making you literally "God's Gift" to the world, and people keep reminding you of this by constantly referring to you as "God's Gift," or even "G.G." sometimes. It's your job, as the "God's Gift" to infiltrate the labyrinths that the bad guys come out of and sterilize them.*

At its heart Conception 2 is an awesome ATLUS RPG, with tons of fiddly rules and things to customize in order to get the max damage out of your characters. When fighting, your guys surround the enemies and, depending on where each one is during certain circumstances they will get bonuses to chaining combos, damage bonuses, etc. It's a very entertaining battle system, I have to say.

The rest of the game is a dating simulator, which is kind of how games have been trending lately anyhow so... why not? (I'm looking at you, Captain Shepard!) It's just that this game doesn't try to hide it at all. The better you do at talking to the girls, the more they will like you. If they like you a lot, they get stat bonuses in the dungeons, which is all we care about, right??

Anyway, here's where it gets weird. The titular game mechanic of Conception 2 is the ability to have kids with your party members. Except they're not HUMAN kids, they're STAR CHILDREN!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By C. Scopa on April 20, 2014
Platform for Display: Nintendo 3DS
Very good game, but I wouldn't buy it for school-age kids. You're basically - well literally - God's gift to women and it's your job to romance and make it with the ladies to produce babies (star children). The babies aren't really babies, they function more like pets that look like chibi adults with different job classes. Then you, the babies, and your baby momma run around dungeons killing monsters. Very fun game. The tongue-in-cheek dialogue is very entertaining and forming mix-and-match teams with your star children keeps combat fun.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Keeton Lockwood on July 9, 2014
Platform for Display: Nintendo 3DS
This is an interesting game. Definitely not for the young kids. This game has an interesting concept on saving the world from monsters. However, there is just way to much going on in the game to truly enjoy it. Too much commotion on the main screen and way too many sub menus to try and sort through. The game play is good and the dungeon exploration is good and keeps you entertained. However, there are just way too many menus and actions going on in the main screen to figure out and play the game.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cheebs on August 30, 2014
Platform for Display: Nintendo 3DS Verified Purchase
It's pretty much a visual novel/dating sim with so-so RPG aspects thrown onto it. I liked it well enough because I have a soft sport for visual novels/dating sims, but if you're not a fan of those or are a fan but don't like taking slogs through dungeons between plot points, this game is not for you.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Anime Lover on April 22, 2014
Platform for Display: Nintendo 3DS
On a distant planet, humanity is threatened by monsters coming from areas called Dusk Circles. To combat it the great Star God blessed certain young men and women to become Disciples and combat the creatures. You as the hero are more than a Disciple, you are the God's Gift - one who can enter the circles to locate and sterilize the mazes in the Circles. But you will need help from the female portion of the Academy, to create Star Children through Classmating and taking the fight to the monsters within. But of course there are those who are threatened by you and it is up to you to figure out who will help, and who is against you.

I have only defeated the first maze and so for enjoying it. The dating sim portion can be easy if you read up on the girls you are talking to (and if you go wrong you can always load the game up and try again), and with 7 girls you have a lot to pick from. Each "mother" is unique in personality so you need to be careful and work hard to develop the bonds so your children become stronger and more powerful. Also there is a Blind mating service, where you can classmate with a girl from another game and try to get new children. While not a Bravely Default (which I just finished recently) in story, it can keep you going for a long time and I hope there is more JRPGs coming to the States as they tend to be more enjoyable than certain US titles.
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