Bayonetta Creator Says Prequel Will Solve Japan’s Low Birth Rate

The one that just came out bayonet prequel side story, Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost DemonIt’s actually really good to get back in shape after a disappointment bayonet 3, as I noted yesterday in my impressions. But apparently I was wrong when I posited that it was meant to appease lore-hungry people bayonet Gamers like me because its creator, Hideki Kamiya from PlatinumGames, said that the purpose of the game is actually to solve the problem of low birth rate in Japan.

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Last year, according to a recent Bloomberg reportJapan has produced the lowest number of newborns since 1899. The guard adds that the downward trend was so bad that Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said the country should pay attention to “policies related to children and child-rearing”. It turns out the conservative prime minister has an unlikely ally in the form of Hideki Kamiya, the creator and leader of the bayonet Series. As far as Kamiya is concerned, Japan’s low birth rates will be a thing of the past once players develop baby fever after playing Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon.

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Like a scene from Canadian comedian Nathan Fielder’s Comedy Central show, Nathan for youKamija, created a flowchart of a Twitter post detailed how he thinks the release of Cereza would lead to a baby boom among players. It should be noted that this post was created on that day Cereza was released on the Nintendo Switch. Translated via Google, Kamiya’s PSYOP in full:

  • Play Cereza and the Lost Demon ↓
  • I want a child like Cereza ↓
  • An unprecedented marriage boom is coming ↓
  • The problem of falling birth rate is solved ↓
  • All happy

As brain rotten bayonet Players, I find it ironic that Kamiya is willing to jokingly (?) acknowledge this Cereza for a boost in Japan’s birthrate considering the Circumstances of the birth of the forbidden child led to the imprisonment of her mother, Rosa. Never should a witch from Umbra and a sage from Lumen go purple at a school event.

Should Cereza and the lost demon If it fails to spark a boom in Japanese marriages and babies, there will be other ways to take the idea of ​​conception under “Bayonutter‘ because PlatinumGames wants to shoot that Cereza Platform puzzle game in its own series.

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in a (n Interview with Famitsu (translated by Chronicle of Video Games), Kamiya and Nintendo producer Makoto Okazaki revealed that they would like to continue building bayonet lore through maybe make Cereza an ongoing series.

“We want to expand the world of the series with a new collection of games,” Kamiya said Famitsu. “We are currently working on it, and [Bayonetta Origins director] Tinari-san and I talked about what we want to do next. We haven’t talked to Nintendo about it yet.”

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Piggyback from Kamiya, Oka.sYesI said plans to continue that Cereza Series aren’t “concrete” at the moment, but for now, he thinks it “would be best to listen to the opinions of everyone who’s played this game and figure out where.” [they] should go next.”

We hope the Venn Diagram will make players want more Cereza Games actually coincide with couples in Japan being interested in having children in this economy. Bayonetta Creator Says Prequel Will Solve Japan’s Low Birth Rate

Curtis Crabtree

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