Europe can save the world too

For Atlus\’ European fans who\’ve been waiting patiently for Conception II, we finally have some solid dates for you. The Conception II demo is available for download right now on the PlayStation Store for PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS eShop.

As with the North American version, your progress in the demo will transfer over to the full version of the game, and you\’ll get bonus items for doing so. Some help you create magic star babies, so completing the demo is highly recommended.

But you\’ll want to be quick about it, because the full version of Conception II will be available beginning on 14 May for the PS Vita and 15 May for the Nintendo 3DS as a digital-only title.

In Conception II, players take on the role of a young man beginning his training as a Disciple – a human gifted with the divine powers of one of the Star Gods, and one of the few who can fight the monsters that plague the world. These monsters emanate from the Pandora Labyrinth, which births these abominations at a prodigious rate. Worse yet, the Pandora Labyrinth is beginning to spawn labyrinths of its own, so it\’s up to the Disciples to put an end to it. And even worse than that, a Star God\’s power only resides within a human until the age of 18 and the need for new Disciples is at an all-time high. Meaning Disciples will have to combine their powers to \”create\” Star Children who can fight for them in battle. Let\’s put it this way… it brings a new meaning to the phrase \”after-school activities.\”

Written by Omar Taylor

Omar Taylor

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