Birthdays the Beginning ‘Nurture’ developer diary

Part two in the three-part developer diary series.

Birthdays the Beginning

The second Birthdays the Beginning developer diary with creator Yasuhiro Wada in NIS America’s three-part series is themed after “Nurture.”

In it, Wada discusses the kinds of worlds players can create, how players can find new organisms and make them prosper, and items that allow you to generate organisms.

If you missed it, watch the first developer diary here.

Birthdays the Beginning is now available for PlayStation 4 in Japan, and is due out for PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam on May 9 in North America and May 12 in Europe. Read more about the game here.

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