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The game's front cover.

Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars (CONCEPTIONII 七星の導きとマズルの悪夢 Konsepushon Tsū: Nanahoshi no Michibiki to Mazuru no Akumu) Is a Japanese Role playing Video game made by the companies Spike Chunsoft and Atlus. The game is available on nintendo 3ds and Playstation VITA. The game is a follow-up to the game: Conception: Ore no Kodomo o Undekure! which translates to: Conception: Help give birth to my children! Although there have been alternative titles for the games translation which are similar.

Producer: Yuuichirou Saitou

Senior Producer: Yoshinori Terasawa

Character Design: Shinichirou Ootsuka (Savestudio)

Music: Masato Kouda


Gameplay Edit

Conception 2 is a role-playing game with turn based battles. the player controls the male character who's a high school student who recently moved into a school in the land of Aterra. The  protagonist possesses an extremely high amount of ether from his body which can produce a field to battle dusk monsters within; alongside with a Heroine to battle alongside with star children, who are born to be warriors.

With a high rating to conceive star children, out of the seven heroines can you choose to bond with one or all of them to make your star children stronger. Star children each belong to different classes and by building a team of nine teams-three in each team-you can use star children to fight alongside with the protagonist and heroine. During battle, fighters can be strategically placed around the enemies, allowing players to either safely target weak points or charge head on for bigger rewards.

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TriviaEdit

  • The Japanese title of Conception II is: Guidance of Seven Stars and Muzzles Nightmare

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