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Super Mario World HD? Super Mario 64 HD? Such things could happen, according to Nintendo design boss Shigeru Miyamoto.
Legendary designer Shigeru Miyamoto has been accused of dropping the ball by EA’s chief creative officer Richard Hilleman.
It's a complaint often levelled at Nintendo, but now even the father of Mario is calling for a brand new franchise.
The in-development Zelda title for Wii U was considered for inclusion in Nintendo’s E3 Direct presentation, it has been revealed.
Concerns about Nintendo’s financial health are missing the point, design legend Shigeru Miyamoto has argued.
The Wii U’s use of an integrated second screen poses a notable threat to Microsoft and Sony’s rival machines.
Nintendo’s design boss Shigeru Miyamoto insists that he remains confident about the Wii U’s long-term prospects.
Pikmin may be one of the cutest IP on the planet, but don’t expect the next game to be a walkover.
While fans are no doubt waiting for Zelda HD, Shigeru Miyamoto has other Nintendo properties on his Wii U wish list.
One of the most experienced games designers to have worked with Nintendo’s legendary Shigeru Miyamoto has compared him to the late Apple boss Steve Jobs.
Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto, creator of super-cute IP such as Mario, Donkey Kong and Zelda, has confessed his desire to make a first person shooter.
Two years after Nintendo first teased a sequel to its nature strategy game, the platform holder has finally revealed the first details of Pikmin 3.
It would appear that none other than Shigeru Miyamoto has confirmed that a brand new Super Mario game will be announced for Wii U at E3.
Rovio’s smash hit Angry Birds series has received perhaps the very highest praise available in the world of games development.
Development legend and current Nintendo senior MD Shigeru Miyamoto has said that finding a new, big-hitting IP is the “solution” to Nintendo’s current financial troubles.
Last Thursday was the perfect storm in a teacup for games websites.
Legendary Nintendo developer Shigeru Miyamoto has assured fans that he will not, as a recent interview implied, be retiring from Nintendo in the near future.
One of the most acclaimed developers of all time has announced his intention to ‘retire’ from his current role.
It takes a strong willed fellow to stand up to the mighty Shigeru Miyamoto, but that’s exactly what happened in the development of 3DS racer Mario Kart 7.
With Zelda’s next epic chapter due in shops next Friday (November 18th), the producer of Skyward Sword has hinted at an exciting new 3D future for the series.
Nintendo is not building its next generation console with the most expensive high-end tech, the company’s development boss Shigeru Miyamoto has said.
Shigeru Miyamoto has said that he is going through a process of finishing all development work on Wii games, following the revelation of the Wii U console at E3 yesterday.
Shigeru Miyamoto is working on a new Super Mario Bros title for the Nintendo 3DS.
Games created for Nintendo’s highly anticipated 3DS won’t be forced to make use of the device’s unique 3D capabilities.