Monsters have invaded the world of Aterra, and only a few special individuals, imbued with the power of the Star God, are equipped to fight it. With only a small group of warriors and a narrow window of time in which their powers are at their peak, the solution is clear: combine your StarMonsters have invaded the world of Aterra, and only a few special individuals, imbued with the power of the Star God, are equipped to fight it. With only a small group of warriors and a narrow window of time in which their powers are at their peak, the solution is clear: combine your Star power to make magical Star Children to boost up your forces in battle. The life of a student can be complicated when youre exploring dungeons, fighting monsters, AND trying to maintain a high school lifestyle. Learn to balance your activities because the deeper the bond you have with your classmates, the stronger the Star Children youll make! In this stimulating JRPG, youll be able to create bonds with 7 different female Disciples and create 24 classes of Star Children, so you must learn how to create the perfect Star Children for any situation. In no time, youll have dozens of powerful kids with different skills that can take on everything the monsters throw at you.
-Combine Star power to make magical Star Children
-Create bonds with 7 different female Disciples
-Save Aterra, venture through dungeons & defeat monsters… Expand
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Apr 15, 2014What ultimately brings down Conception 2, however, is that none of its elements manage to rise above a general feeling of mediocrity. The combat is too dull and repetitious to ever be addictive. The dating sim, jiggly boobs and all, is interesting, but too limited to carry the game on its own.
May 13, 2014Putting aside it’s controversial nature, Conception II is okay as a JRPG. If you can handle the identikit dungeons and by-the-numbers gameplay (and if you haven’t played the many other great JRPGs on both 3DS & Vita), then you may find some enjoyment here, but it’s unlikely to last very long.
Apr 18, 2014As if the game's drab gameplay wasn't enough to turn me away, Conception 2's underage eroticism is alienating and just plain icky. Animated scenes feel like an ode to upskirts, and the game has enough boob jiggling to give me whiplash. It's a trashy, thoroughly underwhelming experience I cannot wait to forget.
Apr 16, 2014This game is being ridiculously underrated for reasons entirely separate from quality.
It started with a hack gaming pundit who accused thisThis game is being ridiculously underrated for reasons entirely separate from quality.
It started with a hack gaming pundit who accused this game of supporting eugenics.
Yes, Conception II: Children of The Seven Stars supports killing off the weak and the sick,
and sterilizing mental degenerates. Chlotz is especially guilty in this regard,
having a callous disregard for human life, that is comparable to Stalin.
They say satire is funniest when the people don't realize it's satire,
but in this case it is tiresome. Accusing this game of any moral crime
is like saying The Life of Brian is deeply offensive to Christians.
It doesn't just objectify women, it objectifies absolutely everything,
it objectifies the men, it objectifies the women, it objectifies the
children, it even objectifies the monsters. That's What Makes It Funny!!!
Most of the reviewers here appear to have gone, "This game has fanservice, automatic 6!"
Fanservice?! In a dating sim?... Stop The Presses!!
Well screw you, fanservice is awesome. If only it could have reached
to the heights of OliOli.
The story is ludicrous, you are a professional douche, on his way to
the academy, you want to kill monsters, or get laid or something,
within the first 3 and a half minutes they discover with machines that
you have a massive overabundance of male sexual energy, which can only
mean you have been sent by God, to have sexytime with pretty girls.
By getting sexy with pretty girls, you can produce children, which
you use as minions to fight for you in the dungeons. That's the
PG version. The game is a lot less subtle. Everybody is perverted.
Really perverted. If you liked Leisure Suit Larry you'll like this game.
You've got Chlotz, who is just a douche, if Junpei and Yosuke had
a baby, it would be Chlotz.
This is actually starting to piss me off. There's absolutely nothing
wrong with this game, it's fine. I'm starting to wonder exactly
how many hidden gems have been buried by these reviewers over the
years, never to be seen again.
Do you know what I'm giving this? In my world this deserves an 8.5 or a 9,
it's not perfect, it's just harmless fun, a guilty pleasure. But if you're
going to give this a 5, with absolutely no regard for the quality of the game,
whatsoever, just because of your personal agenda, then screw you I'm giving this a 10.
There's problems... The waifus seem a bit empty and lifeless, they're kind of
just waifus for the sake of waifus. Chie was the best Waifu, because she
was such an amazing character.
Incidentally, the Japanese reviews were generally positive.
If you hate this game, you have no sense of humor.
The gameplay is good. The battle system is neat. It's a really decent
approximation of the Persona dungeons. They're all randomly generated,
you run around killing monsters and leveling up on your way to kill bosses. The battle system is great, it's weird, they're doing their own thing, there's so many layers it's kind of difficult to even know what the hell is going on. They expect you to pour over those tutorials, because they're throwing systems at you by the dozen, at least at the start. But you don't really need to know what's going on to win, so whatever. The graphics are really nice. Also this game has the best porn music ever. As for the visual novel style story, I surrendered to visual novels long ago, and it no longer bothers me. I find it massively entertaining. Practically every scene has me on the verge of giggling crazily. It's just so damn stupid, it's wonderful. It's just about getting laid, everybody just wants to get laid, with monsters. Maybe they do something with the plot, I hope not, because this is hilarious. It even has 8 endings, one ending for each of the girls, and, heheh, the harem ending. Really the best way to describe this game is that it's a parody of the Persona games, but that's the point, they boiled Persona down to it's component parts, threw away all the good stuff, and kept the fat. Every time you play Persona, you're actually playing this game, on some level. That is why it's glorious. Keep in mind, I've only played this for about 4 hours, but so far I've enjoyed every minute. So I can't really give this game a fair hearing yet, my opinion might change, one way or the other. But I'm glad I bought this, it's pure stupid fun. ATLUS games aren't always well received, but even the bad games maintain a level of quality. This game is a love letter to ATLUS from Spike Chunsoft, the love letter says; "Screw you".… Expand
Apr 27, 2014Screw the detractors of this game, I'm getting tired of the lack of professionalism in the medium, if you like dungeon crawlers with datingScrew the detractors of this game, I'm getting tired of the lack of professionalism in the medium, if you like dungeon crawlers with dating sim elements ala persona, then this game won't let you down.… Expand
Apr 15, 2014Same Review from my Amazon CA Review. This game is totally worth.....it niche for sure but for system that needs traction, it is one thatSame Review from my Amazon CA Review. This game is totally worth.....it niche for sure but for system that needs traction, it is one that delivers. Akiba Trip, Demon Gaze, and many of the games that we don't expect to hit western shores are showing up. If you one of the few that are into this type of game than it a 10 for you. The average person not going to feel comfortable about it and will probably give it an average score.
I can see the child making aspect being a turn off to some people and the fan service may seem uncomfortable.
Past that the gameplay is simple while having enough variety to be entertaining. The story is decent but the comedy is stellar. It entertaining to keep going for an hour or so a day.
I liked the English dubs, would prefer having Japanese voice to switch every now and then. Many did not like the voice acting.....tbh most Jdub games aren't always great because it hard to voice Japanese influences and traditions.
There a problem of overleveling...it could get stale because the game is not timed....you can do whatever you want in your pace. I liked that I am not stressed out on time like the Atelier games.
Obvious here I have to manage my time with the ladies and the levels before proceeding to the story....so that game does not get too easy.
For me it a new concept....never got to experience such quirky Japanese games because they don't usually release these type of games here. It a breath of fresh air....don't listen to the average scores this might get. Give it a chance.
This is probably the best JRPG of 2014 for Vita so far. Worth the full price...for the others on the fence I would wait a bit if you aren't interested in the limited first run edition. Still worth it to have in your collection.… Expand
Aug 30, 2015Notice me, Persona-senpai!
Seriously guys, this game wants to be Persona. It wants to be Persona sooooo bad. It was even published by AtlusNotice me, Persona-senpai!
Seriously guys, this game wants to be Persona. It wants to be Persona sooooo bad. It was even published by Atlus USA. Now that isn't necessarily a bad thing. The Persona formula of merging JRPG gameplay with visual novel elements can be very addictive and engaging when done right. When done wrong it ends up like....well, not EXACTLY Conception II. I feel that this solid Persona-y formula, and the occasional likable character are able to allow this game to rise just above average.
But it's still no Persona.
+ Dungeon Crawling/Visual Novel Forumla
+ Solid Turn-Based Combat
+/- Fuuko and Alec are interesting characters...but they're the only ones.
- Classmating sessions can be a bit unsettling
- Generally Unmemorable Story… Expand
Oct 18, 2015Conception II is a title published by Atlus and Spike Chunsoft. Generally this should be the formula for a good game. If you like dating simConception II is a title published by Atlus and Spike Chunsoft. Generally this should be the formula for a good game. If you like dating sim dungeon crawlers then I would consider recommending this to someone who is new to the field.
The good side to this game is that the frame rate is superb. They set this game to work well with the limitations of the hardware. The 2D sprite images are visually appealing. There is a lot of diversity and customization options.
The downside is that the games potential is held down by trying hard to have sex appeal. The concept is great and the dialogue is amusing at times but it suffers from atlus inability to think dual audio is good. The dating sim portion is actually enjoyable, so much so that the dungeons are almost a chore in progressing the story. Combat is in my opinion this games weakest part. Even after hours and hours of play i still fail to see main mechanics shine and it honestly begins to show later on when you have been doing the same thing for hours. Tie that into the fact there are several girls to level individually along with their star children, any new girls introduced or the ones you have neglected tend to become useless fast.
All in all, get this game if its on sale during a psn flash or something. Its not a bad game by any means, but not worth its full price.… Expand
Apr 16, 2014Spike Chunsoft and Atlus have been real winners for me in the past, having been involved in my #2 and #1 favorite games respectively. It's tooSpike Chunsoft and Atlus have been real winners for me in the past, having been involved in my #2 and #1 favorite games respectively. It's too bad then that such breeding grounds for talent produced such a mediocre game. While the art direction is solid, the dungeon crawling is boring and uninspired. The only saving grace would be the classmating system, a dating sim clearly trying to remind us of Persona but falling short on milquetoast characters and tired tropes.
This game clearly *wants* to be edgy, but in the end it feels like lazy pandering to an increasingly irrelevant audience.… Expand
May 31, 2014The game is a dating sim, with easy, and monotonous, gameplay. Most scenes are meant to simply arouse the undoubtedly teenage player withThe game is a dating sim, with easy, and monotonous, gameplay. Most scenes are meant to simply arouse the undoubtedly teenage player with shots of the females' undergarments, and breasts. Coupled with poor, and awkward writing, it makes the game unbearable for anyone who would rather simply watch adult videos instead of playing a game to get hard.… Expand
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