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Teaser Trailer, New Screens For Conception: Please Have My Baby
Now you can see what your children might look like!
11.05.11 - 10:58 PM

Not too long ago, we brought you news about Spike's newest RPG for the PSP, somewhat bizarrely titled Conception: Please Have My Baby. If you missed out on that, you can find a good amount of information about the game by going here. First up today, we have the first teaser trailer for the game. Take a look:

As we mentioned in our last article, children are not born the natural way. Instead, a weird spiritual device takes energy from the protagonist and one of the girls to create the child. This is the device:

And here's what a child looks like after it, uh, 'comes out':

Depending on who the mother is, and what your relationship is like, they will gain different powers and abilities, as well as having a different class. We have a few pieces of artwork to give you an idea:

Artwork Artwork
Artwork Artwork

Even though the battle system hasn't been detailed yet, Spike have released some screens for it. You can check all of them out in our new gallery by clicking on the link below, and make some guesses as to how it will work.

Conception: Please Have My Baby is still currently in development and does not have a release date yet.


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