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Conception: Please Have My Babies Screens Added
Haver your friends' girlfriends' kids via wireless support. Yes, really.
04.16.12 - 2:18 PM

Getting your friend's girlfriend pregnant might not be something you want to do in real life, but in Conception: Please Have My Babies! it would actually be beneficial. Using the PSP's ad-hoc, you can participate in 'love ceremonies' with your friends' maidens - and have their children. Spike suggests that you may wind up with stronger children this way, and since you need to haul your brood off into battle this may not be a bad idea.

Another way to produce stronger children is to participate in bonding events. By choosing 'meet the maiden' from the world menu, you can start up a bond event with one of your twelve maidens. You can only do so three times per in-game week, but stronger bonds result in better children. During such events, you can choose to (appropriately) 'touch' your maiden and/or give them gifts (choosing the right gifts leaves a better impression, of course).

Unlike the children, the maidens don't follow you into battle, but while in dungeons you will keep in touch via a 'magic communication' device. When they ring you up, responding strengthens your bond - but if you reply in the middle of a fight, you'll be more vulnerable to the enemy. Be careful - they might even call you while you're in the middle of a bond event with someone else.

The newest screens are all in the gallery below. Conception: Please Have My Babies! for PSP is out in Japan next week, on April 26th.


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