A PSP-exclusive RPG will feature a "baby-making" party-creation system.
There have been few recent updates on Spike's upcoming role-playing game, Conception: Ore no Kodomo o Unde Kure!!, a game in which players must conceive "star-born" offspring to save the world from impending doom. However, the most recent issue of Famitsu revealed that the PSP RPG will be out in Japan on April 26.
In the game, a student called Itsuki is given the task of conceiving children with 12-star maidens to save the miasma-enshrouded world of Granvania. Gamers get to determine a child's class type and stats based on the star maiden's personality and the dialogue choices Itsuki makes while wooing these girls. Players are able to control up to 13 party members, and the combat itself is turn based.
For more information, check out GameSpot's gamespace on the upcoming PSP title.
Who would not want to get it on with 12 maidens. Unless they are overweight, then the world can just end. The girls must not exceed 120 pounds. Is it just the maidens, what if you have some really hot daughters? Can you breed with them as well to find some ultimate trick to get some sweet stats. This game is hot already.
@Neo_Sarevok Keep on generalizing all those parents......it's a certain minority of people who like to control these kinds of things. Besides, this doesn't strike me as a less than M rated game. That automatically sheds a percentage of the gaming community, but it won't considering some of those parents won't care what their kids are playing. Sadly i'm reminded that most people don't tend to fully flesh out their posts, thus the acronym for assume was created. It's always easier just to blame everyone though, isn't it?
While I was a student, I tasked myself with attempting to seduce 12 maidens. My reasons weren't quite as altruistic.
So we **** gods to create our party members, thus fighting alongside our own children? Oh Japan, you.
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