Conception II will be digital-only title in Europe

by: Randy -

In addition to a North American release, "God's Gift" is also coming to the other side of the pond. Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars launches April 15 for Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita as a digital-only title in Europe.

Conception II is a role-playing game with turn-based battles and tricky social politics. You have to maintain good relationships with females so you can, you know, make "better, strong, faster" Star Children that will save the world.

EUROPE IS GETTING GOD'S GIFT

It's not easy being God's Gift. The main character of Conception II, the roleplaying game from ATLUS and developed by Spike Chunsoft has his work cut out for him. Between having to manage personal relationships with seven heroines, saving the world by fighting monsters, and figuring out his role with the overseeing AngelMarker Industries, managing the hero's time is a daunting task.

Conception II will be available in Q2 for Nintendo 3DS™ and PlayStation®Vita as a digital-only title in Europe. Keep up with official news here: http://www.atlus.com/conception2

In Conception II players are "God's Gift" - a human teenager bestowed with the blessings of the Star God with power levels that are off the charts. His Ether is the only thing in the world that allows him and his fellow classmates to enter and fight the evil contained within Dusk Circles - monster-filled labyrinths that threaten human existence. To aid him in labyrinths, his power allows him to create Star Children. But only by maintaining relationships with the game's heroines will players be able to create an army of better, stronger, faster Star Children with suitable elemental powers. The complex elements of managing relationships are only matched by the intricate combat systems, where positioning, attack chains, and combos are vital for survival.

The European version of Conception II will only be available digitally via the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Network.
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