Shigeru Miyamoto

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Gamasutra
The unique collaboration behind twin-stick shooter Nex Machinamake a twin-stick shooter with the man who practically invented the game type.
Gamasutra / Posted 3 days ago
make a twin-stick shooter with the man who practically invented the game type. “It’s like being a fanboy,” Haveri says. ”If Shigeru Miyamoto came up to us, we would try our best probably to do something that he’s known for and impress him in a genre... Read more
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Herald Sun
Super Mario meets Despicable Me— and incredibly it not only works, but works extremely well. Speaking at E3 e
Herald Sun / Posted 15 days ago
— and incredibly it not only works, but works extremely well. Speaking at E3 earlier this year, Nintendo creative director Shigeru Miyamoto said he felt the deep passion Ubisoft had for Nintendo and its characters, and counted himself among the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Super Mario meets Despicable Me— and incredibly it not only works, but works extremely well. Speaking at E3 e
Daily Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
— and incredibly it not only works, but works extremely well. Speaking at E3 earlier this year, Nintendo creative director Shigeru Miyamoto said he felt the deep passion Ubisoft had for Nintendo and its characters, and counted himself among the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Super Mario meets Despicable Me— and incredibly it not only works, but works extremely well. Speaking at E3 e
Adelaide Now / Posted 15 days ago
— and incredibly it not only works, but works extremely well. Speaking at E3 earlier this year, Nintendo creative director Shigeru Miyamoto said he felt the deep passion Ubisoft had for Nintendo and its characters, and counted himself among the... Read more
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News.com.au
Super Mario meets Despicable Me— and incredibly it not only works, but works extremely well. Speaking at E3 e
News.com.au / Posted 15 days ago
— and incredibly it not only works, but works extremely well. Speaking at E3 earlier this year, Nintendo creative director Shigeru Miyamoto said he felt the deep passion Ubisoft had for Nintendo and its characters, and counted himself among the... Read more
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Gamasutra
How Ubisoft convinced Nintendo to give Mario a gunof papers of sketches." - Ubisoft's Davide Soliani, speaking to Glixel about t
Gamasutra / Posted 16 days ago
of papers of sketches." - Ubisoft's Davide Soliani, speaking to Glixel about the work involved with getting Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto to sign off on a strapped Mario. Later this month Ubisoft intends to release Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle... Read more
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IGN
Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle Is Really Weird, and That's the Pointa ‘Mario & Sonic Spoil the Olympics for Everyone’-style cash-grab, and the inte
IGN / Posted 16 days ago
a ‘Mario & Sonic Spoil the Olympics for Everyone’-style cash-grab, and the internet responded as you might expect. But when Shigeru Miyamoto himself appeared on an E3 stage to reveal that it was, in fact, an XCOM-indebted squad tactics game, it saw... Read more
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IGN
Shigeru Miyamoto and the Legacy of MarioThe legendary designer on his process and being open to change. It’s late on t
IGN / Posted 17 days ago
The legendary designer on his process and being open to change. It’s late on the first day of E3, and Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto looks very comfortable. In a small meeting room high above Nintendo’s booth, Miyamoto sits under a Super Mario... Read more
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Gamasutra
Shigeru Miyamoto's classic 1999 GDC keynoteToday we dig deep into the archives to bring you something special: Nintendo's
Gamasutra / Posted 28 days ago
Today we dig deep into the archives to bring you something special: Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto speaking to his fellow game makers as part of his keynote address at the 1999 Game Developers Conference. At the time, Nintendo was supporting the... Read more
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IGN
Mario Kart Arcade GP VR Hands-On: OMG It's Awesome!noting that while the game was developed by Bandai Namco, it was made in consul
IGN / Posted 1 months ago
noting that while the game was developed by Bandai Namco, it was made in consultation with Nintendo and with input from Shigeru Miyamoto himself. VR Zone producers Junichiro Koyama and Yukiharu Tamiya told IGN that Nintendo even reworked its IP... Read more

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