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Nano, Manami Numakura Perform Conception Anime Theme Songs


Conception Anime Key VisualEarlier today, the official Conception: Ore no Kodomo wo Undekure! (Conception: Please Give Birth to My Child!) anime website updated with details on the show’s theme songs. Nano will perform opening theme song Star light, Star bright, while Manami Numakura handles closing theme Desires.

Desires will ship to stores as a single on Halloween.

Conception: Ore no Kodomo wo Undekure! will air on Sun TV, BS 11, Tokyo MX starting October 9.

Keitaro Motonaga (Digimon Adventure tri., Jormungand) is directing the series at Gonzo, with Yousuke Okuda (Is the order a rabbit?, Blend S) providing character designs. Yuuko Kakihara (Digimon Adventure tri., Persona 4: The Animation) is in charge of series composition for the project.

Conception: Ore no Kodomo o Undekure! Teaser VisualThe series will star the following:

  • Itsuki Yuge: Yuuki Ono
  • Mahiru Konatsuki: Emiri Katō
  • Aly: Aya Endo
  • Femiruna: Saki Fujita
  • Collette: Asami Shimoda
  • Yuzuha: Yukiyo Fujii
  • Ruka: Makiko Ohmoto
  • Reone: Yuriko Yamaguchi
  • Falun: Kazusa Aranami
  • Tarua: Riho Sugiyama
  • Liris: Kana Asumi
  • Lirie: Kana Asumi
  • Mirei: Sanae Kobayashi
  • Sue: Eri Kitamura
  • Mana: Yurin
  • Shangri-la: Kenichirou Matsuda
  • Narcisstes: Daisuke Hirakawa

The original Conception: Ore no Kodomo o Undekure! video game launched on Sony’s PSP handheld on April 26, 2012. In its opening week, the title moved 29,846 units, which was enough to secure fifth place on Media Create’s weekly sales charts.

The game received a sequel, titled Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars, on August 22, 2013. The game was sold via the Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and Steam. Atlus released the title in North America in April 2014.

Source: Ota-suke

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