Conception: Ore no Kodomo o Undekure! (Please Have My Children!) is a role-playing game, developed and published by Spike Chunsoft, which was released in Japan in 2012.
It centered around the main character, Itsuki, being told by his girlfriend that she’s pregnant on their high school graduation day. Sounds fun.
Then a gate of light transports him to the land of Gravania. He’s apparently the chosen one to conceive with a dozen celestial maidens and create “star children,” or to the layman, magical babies. These babies are instrumental in saving the world from “impurities” that spell doom. So the point of the game is to bang chicks and make babies. Half of that sounds fun. Seems like a game amazingly appropriate and right at home in Japan. It shouldn’t come as no surprise to anyone that the overly-sheltered United States never saw a release.
The sequel, Conception 2, has been made and is again being released in Japan only for the 3DS and PlayStation Vita. This time around, Spike Chunsoft is seemingly interested in bringing it to the western world, though at this point, it doesn’t look good. They’re in the process of gauging whether to do so. If parent organizations had a problem with Grand Theft Auto and Call of Duty in the past, I’m going to take a wild guess as to their opinion on a game that’s sole purpose is to fuck. You don’t have to search very long online to find out the U.S. is famous for censoring adult-themed games from public consumption. But, the Vita needs software, and anything can happen, so who knows?
In the second game, players will be accompanied by three lovely ladies into battles during this portable, dungeon crawling, RPG. Chloe, Serina, and Tori won’t be wearing much, much to the chagrin of gamers on this sex-filled journey. I suppose they are the ultimate wing-women? You can get a preview of their impressive arsenal below. The plot will most likely be similar to the original. Conception 2 will be released in Japan on August 22nd, but those of you lucky enough to have a Japanese PlayStation Network account can play the demo on June 11th.
– David Chaney