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Miyamoto: We're on to the 3DS' successor

Nintendo icon Shigeru Miyamoto says that the 3DS is the "best" handheld in this generation, and now the company is thinking about the next handheld it'll launch.

By June 13, 2012


Shigeru Miyamoto slams PS Vita

The man behind Mario has slammed the PS Vita, saying it isn't being executed properly.

By May 5, 2012


Mario creator Miyamoto retiring? Not a chance, Nintendo says

After a report surfaced in which Shigeru Miyamoto hinted that his future plans might not fit with his current job, the company says "he has no intention of stepping down."

By December 8, 2011


E3 2011: Q&A with Shigeru Miyamoto on the Wii U

At E3 2011, we sat down with Nintendo's iconic game designer and discussed the future of the Wii U.

By June 7, 2011


Miyamoto: We're making Zelda 'easier'

The Legend of Zelda franchise is highly regarded, but its creator thinks it's getting too hard and he's setting out to change that.

By May 18, 2010


E3 2009: Miyamoto speaks behind closed doors

While Shigeru Miyamoto, the legendary game designer behind Nintendo hits such as Mario and Zelda, did not make an appearance during Nintendo's big E3 press conference, he did host a small, intimate behind-closed-doors session.

By June 3, 2009


Shigeru Miyamoto talks about 'Wii Music'

The designer of such iconic games as "Donkey Kong," "Super Mario Bros.," and "Legend of Zelda" spoke with CNET News about what will make Nintendo's newest game a hit and why it could help create a new generation of musical stars.

By October 29, 2008


Video game legend Miyamoto talks 'Wii Music'

Creator of games like Super Mario Bros. and Donkey Kong sits down to talk about his latest title--one Nintendo hopes will be a holiday hit.

By October 27, 2008


Up close with Shigeru Miyamoto and 'Wii Fit'

CNET attended a Q&A session with Nintendo Senior Managing Director Shigeru Miyamoto on Thursday regarding Wii Fit's arrival in North America.

By April 18, 2008


Miyamoto: Revolution still has secrets

Nintendo guru Shigeru Miyamoto says more secrets of the Revolution controller will be unveiled next year.

By December 6, 2005