Tag Archives: Shigeru Miyamoto

Super Mario Bros. Crossover 2.0 is here!

Super Mario Bros. is undoubtedly one of the most iconic games, well, ever. Without the Shigeru Miyamoto classic, gaming as we know it today would more likely than not be much different. There isn’t much you could do to make the game better,

What do you think Miyamoto could be working on in this new ‘original’ game?

In an interview with zoomin.tv, Miyamoto discusses last year’s fiasco of a Wired interview and how he is indeed still working at Nintendo, and is in fact working on an original game. It is too early to tell if this

Breaking: Miyamoto steps down from his position at Nintendo, will focus on smaller games

Miyamoto. The man needs no introduction. He has been a mainstay in the industry almost since it’s inception, and today it has been revealed that he is stepping down from his position as Senior Managing Director and General Manager of

Miyamoto experimenting with 2D Zelda, may be bringing it to 3DS

A Link to the Past was the first game in the Zelda franchise that make me a lifelong fan of everything Hyrule. Sure, I had played the NES Legend of Zelda titles, but there was just something about the depth

Juicy tidbits from Iwata Asks: Nintendo 3DS

Nintendo has posted the transcription of another session of “Iwata Asks”, the ongoing roundtable discussions featuring Shigeru Miyamoto, Shigesato Itoi, and Satoru Iwata. You can read through the whole interview here, but we’ve also collected a few juicy excerpts from

New Yorker publishes definitive portrait of Shigeru Miyamoto

Doing his accomplishments and personality a great service, the New Yorker has published an amazing write-up about Shigeru Miyamoto. Most of us have probably read most of this story before in one way or another, but it’s a well-written description