Miyamoto has been talking with the press after the recent announcement of Nintendo going mobile, revealing some interesting details about Splatoon's development.
Miyamoto confirms that Star Fox will be playable this year at E3.
Miyamoto compares Mario's appearance in games to how Mickey Mouse evolved with new animation technology.
Miyamoto says discontinued amiibo could be included in card form for future games.
Miyamoto says Nintendo entertains the possibility of Mario movies all the time and the Sony leak is nothing new.
Shigeru Miyamoto speaks about his upcoming Star Fox game in an interview with iJustine.
Miyamoto has announced several winners for the Pikmin art contest he started last month.
Miyamoto confirms that Starfox will be released on the Wii U next year and that it will be coming before the new Zelda game.
Miyamoto is hosting an Art Academy challenge on Miiverse to celebrate the release of his Pikmin short movies.
Debuting alongside Shigeru Miyamoto's animated short movies is the Pikmin 3 demo for Wii U.
Miyamoto discusses more cross-over games with investors, including hiring third parties to help develop assets for games.
MIyamoto will bring his 3 Pikmin short films to Nintendo fans via the eShop on the Wii U and 3DS
Shigeru Miyamoto premiered his first short film featuring Pikmin this past weekend at the Tokyo International Film Festival.
Shigeru Miyamoto is debuting three Pikmin shorts this year at the Tokyo Film Festival in October.
Miyamoto says that modern games all feel too much like they're chasing a formula, rather than being creative endeavors.
Hyrule Warriors was supposed to be more like traditional Zelda games, until Miyamoto said no.
According to the Miyamoto interview in Edge, Splatoon could have originally featured Mario.