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Even God's Gift Still Needs a Best Friend
[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]
|We've got some brand new Conception II assets for you to peruse
today, namely about the main character's best friend, Chlotz!
"Boy," you think to yourself, "Chlotz sure is a weird name." And
you're right! He has an older sister named Chloe (the
genius heroine), and she kind of set the trend for the family.
More on that below...
The rest of the details about Chlotz and his role in Conception
II are below, the assets can be downloaded here and posted
And in case you missed it:
- Conception II is launching in stores and digitally in North
America on April 15! ($39.99 for PS Vita and Nintendo 3DS!)
- ATLUS is publishing Conception II in Europe in Q2 as a
- All North American pre-orders of Conception II and a limited
first-run of physical copies will include the bonus soundtrack
It's the first day of school, and despite being told that you're
a possible savior of mankind, it's still nice to have a buddy in
your corner who's always got your back. In Conception II, the blunt
but well-meaning Chlotz takes on that role. He admittedly is a bit
of a doofus and a perpetual third wheel to God's Gift when it comes
to interacting with heroines, but he's also a technical wizard and
is constantly training to be a better Disciple. Like Ruby, the lead
researcher, often notes: "For being an idiot, he's pretty
Chlotz also deals with constantly being compared to his sister,
Chloe. Not only is she one of the strongest of the heroines that
God's Gift can bring into battle, she's also the smartest. Chlotz's
sister has numerous published works and is so smart she's actually
been promoted to teacher at the Aterra Academy. But despite living
in the shadows of her accomplishments, he has plenty of his own
talents and their bond as brother and sister can never be broken.
A steadfast companion from the very beginning, Chlotz is always
willing to sacrifice anything to help his friends, or slap some
common sense into people. Even if he's horribly outmatched with no
chance of winning, he's always there to step in if it means he can
help save a life. The same can be said for when he's outmatched by
some of the S-Rank girls. Even if he can't win over the affections
of one on his own, he's always ready to hand out relationship
insight to God's Gift. Most of it is usually good,
So in a nutshell, the stranger you meet on the way to your first
day of school rapidly becomes your best friend, and despite his
general doofusness, lack of tact, and clownism, he winds up being
one of the strongest supporting characters in all of Conception II.
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About Spike Chunsoft
Headquartered in Tokyo, Spike Chunsoft Co., Ltd. is a Japan
based publisher and developer specialized in console video games.
The company has published some of the best-selling console titles
in Japan deriving from the company's own intellectual properties,
including MYSTERY DUNGEON and DANGANRONPA. The company is also
known as a publisher of western games, partnering with a variety of
western developers and publishers and publishing their
entertainment content in Japan.
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