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.
In the upcoming interview with Edge Magazine, Miyamoto discusses the attitude of casual gamers and Nintendo’s focus.
Next month’s issue of Edge Magazine is running a huge feature on Shigeru Miyamoto and his games.
Legendary designer Shigeru Miyamoto will appear on the Fatal Frame presentation tomorrow.
It was Miyamoto’s idea that Pac-Man be given a spot on the Super Smash Bros. roster.
During the annual shareholders meeting, Miyamoto discusses the invasion of smartphones and their effect on Nintendo’s business.
Nintendo’s games stand out from the rest of the industry, and should get their own genre, according to Shigeru Miyamoto.
Shigeru Miyamoto will be in attendance at Japan Expo this year in Paris.
Miyamoto discusses the reason why handheld and console development was united.
Miyamoto is asking Nintendo fans what games they want to see from the Kyoto company, so speak up!
Iwata says Shigeru Miyamoto has been working with several developers on their GamePad projects being shown at E3.
Retro Studios interview reveals that Miyamoto could potentially work with the group in the future.
The Year of Luigi is coming to an end and so is the Miiverse community.
Shigeru Miyamoto confirms that Nintendo hasn’t dropped the Super Mario Galaxy series just because the team worked on Super Mario 3D World.
Miyamoto says Super Mario 3D World is intended to bridge the gap between the 2D and 3D Mario games.