Whether you were satisfied with Nintendo's E3 2015 video presentation or not, the company's transition to the world of muppets was practically flawless. The puppet versions of Satoru Iwata, Reggie Fils-Aimé, and Shigeru Miyamoto were spot on thanks to the folks at Jim Henson Studios, and you can see Miyamoto himself visiting the studio after the jump.
Hey, Nintendo, where's our new F-Zero? If you've had that question on your mind, you'll find at least a partial answer in Shigeru Miyamoto's recent appearance on Smosh Games. Not only did Miyamoto play the guys in Mario Kart 8, he also talked Pikmin and more through the translation help of Bill Trinen. See what he had to say about F-Zero after the jump.
There's more Pikmin on the way, but this time Shigeru Miyamoto is turning his strategic plant life series into an animated film. Aptly titled Pikmin Short Movie, the CG-animated work will be screened at next month's Tokyo International Film Festival. More after the jump.
What would the world of gaming be like without Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto? That's the kind of horrific Twilight Zone scenario it's best not to think too much about, so instead let's celebrate the fact that we do have Miyamoto, who turns 60 today! Party after the jump!
There are two things you can count on from Shigeru Miyamoto: excellent game design and sly-but-polite digs at the competition. Past the jump, see what Miyamoto has to say about the PS Vita, and how its launch struggles mirror those of the 3DS!
Shigeru Miyamoto is responsible for some of gaming's finest moments, and has influenced countless modern developers with his emphasis on simplicity and innovation. Hit the jump to see his surprising praise for mobile gaming juggernaut Angry Birds!
This week the reader poll in Famitsu asked what game creator you would most like to challenge the task of movie direction. See if any of the results surprise you after the break!
Earlier, a Wired.com interview with Nintendo's legendary Shigeru Miyamoto reported that his role at the company would be changing, and he would be stepping down to work on smaller projects. Turns out this was the result of a misunderstanding, and Miyamoto's role remains. More after the jump.
In an interview with Wired.com on Wednesday, Shigeru Miyamoto revealed that he is prepping his staff for the day coming soon where they will have to make the blockbuster titles like The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword without him. Not that he will retire from game design, just that he will shift focuses and make room for younger developers to move up. More after the jump!