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There have been a lot of rumors about Nintendo characters over the years, ranging from the mundane to the purely outrageous. We've seen a lot of theories about Super Mario Bros. over the years as well, and some of those theories have actually been confirmed by Miyamoto himself.
Nintendo isn't shy about discussing their future plans. In a new interview, Mario and Legend of Zelda creator Shigeru Miyamoto talked about the company's next gaming console along with the future of their biggest franchise.
Shigeru Miyamoto, the mind behind most of all the top-notch franchises that have made the Nintendo brand a household name, was interviewed by Entertainment Weekly about a number of things but when it came time to talk about The Legend of Zelda, unfortunately potential Wii U owners won't be seeing a game released at launch.
Nintendo video games creator Shigeru Miyamoto isn't impressed with the PlayStation Vita. In spite of the strong technical capabilities of the machine, he believes that the PSP successor isn't exactly a "very strong product."
In a new interview, legendary Nintendo designer Shigeru Miyamoto mentioned a few projects that should make long-time Nintendo fans happy. In the next few years, we could see new games based on Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past or F-Zero.
Here's some good and bad news depending on how you look at it, but Nintendo’s Wii U console will only support one WiiPad per console. This means that only one person gets to lug around that massive block of plastic per play session.
Heading into E3, everyone expected Nintendo to announce a new Zelda for the Wii. During their press conference, they did just that.
Gamers and journalists have spent hours and hours of their lives arguing over who the best developers are. Who do the developers actually think is the best, though? The Develop Conference commissioned a survey of 9,000 developers from around the world and here are their top ten favorite designers.
The power of Nintendo had struck gold once again. Compared to April of 2008, Nintendo doubled their shipments of the popular handheld from 414,800 in ’08 to 1,040,000 in ’09. It’s safe to say that Nintendo is not feeling the effects of this downturn.
I hear a lot of farfetched gaming rumors every day and most of them are too flimsy or stupid to merit printing. However, occasionally, a rumor comes along that's so outlandish that it simply must be retold. This is one of them.
In an interview with the Times Online, Nintendo video game mogul Shigeru Miyamoto explained that Wii Fit, nor any video game for that matter, should be a substitute for outdoor activities. Nintendo’s new exercise connoisseur said people should try to implement a balance between outdoor activities and video games.