Two more heroines from the upcoming Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars have been revealed, complete with trailers.

The past few weeks, we’ve been introducing you to the heroines of Conception II. We started with Torri, then Fuuko, then Ellie and Chloe – now we get a look at the fifth and sixth heroines in the group, Serina and Narika.

Serina is a third year student with a Napoleon complex; she’s short and bossy. Combine that with the fact that she wears a laser cannon on her leg and Serina becomes a force to be reckoned with.

Narika is the super-shy class vice-president. She’s full of great ideas, but stage-fright tends to get in the way when addressing her peers.

The demo is scheduled to hit North America on the 25th, with no date yet for Europe. As for the game itself, it should be on shelves April 15th in North America and sometime in Q2 for Europe.

Check back later as we’ll have the last heroine for you prior to the release of the demo.

  • Lester Paredes

    Tropes, tropes and more tropes! I hope that the characters are more nuanced with further gameplay. So far, they’re all falling into the typical anime character roles.

    • Yuuki

      tropes dont have to be a bad thing, through.
      Better a good trope character then a bad unique one^^

      • Lester Paredes

        I guess. I understand that people, even in real life, fall into certain archetypes, but I’d rather dislike someone for their being genuine as opposed to because they’re only doing what is expected of them. Even if a unique character is a bad one, it’s still more interesting than a formulaic character that was engineered for you to hate. And if they are bad because they are badly written, well, that’s hardly the characters’ fault, now is it?

        • Yuuki

          lets us look at P4G as an example.

          In there we have all Anime stereo Type you can think of.

          Silent Main who everyone likes ? – Check
          Best bro type? – check
          though tomboy with a feminin side ? – check
          naive/innocence “rich” class beauty? – check
          person who strugle with their gender ? – check

          bishounen – check

          does this mean persona 4s cast is bad? Hell no, even through they are fairly stereotyped if you look at them from a distance.

          • Lester Paredes

            Agreed, but those characters become more nuanced as the story progresses and you see that they are more than the superficial candy coating that most games refuse to go beyond. They become more than their tropes dictate.

  • nonscpo

    Nice trailers and all but I think Chloe’s trailer is the best so far.