Miyamoto Describes Non-Nintendo Games as 'Boring'

November 17, 2014 - GamePolitics Staff

In an interview appearing in UK paper The Telegraph, Nintendo's most famous game designer Shigeru Miyamoto said that he is not all that interested in having the same games that appear on "other systems" appearing on the Wii U.

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Miyamoto: Piracy More of a Concern Than Used Games for Nintendo

June 12, 2013 -

Legendary Nintendo designer Shigeru Miyamoto says that used games are less of a concern than the elephant that has always been in the room: piracy. Speaking to CVG Nintendo's most prominent and prolific game creators said that piracy is a bigger threat to his company's business than the used games market.

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Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto Doesn't See Sony's PS Vita as a 'Strong Product'

May 4, 2012 -

Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto, the legendary developer who created Donkey Kong and Mario, doesn't seem to be too impressed with Sony's PS Vita hand-held. Miyamoto said that he doesn't think the hardware or the software for Sony's newest hand-held is very strong.

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Nintendo: Miyamoto Not 'Retiring'

December 8, 2011 -

Nintendo has issued a statement clarifying what Shigeru Miyamoto said in an article on Wired yesterday. In that interview the Mario and Zelda creator said that he was retiring from his current position to focus on developing games for the company. But the headline coming out of that interview across the internet was that "Miyamoto is retiring."

Nintendo issued an official follow-up statement saying that it wasn't true and that Miyamoto's comments might have been misunderstood:

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ESA's Nite to Unite Raises $750K for Kids

November 7, 2008 -

The ESA Foundation, the charitable arm of video game publishers trade group the Entertainment Software Association, announced this week that it raised $750,000 for various children's charities at the organization's annual Nite to Unite.

The sold-out event was held on October 22nd in San Francisco. Legendary Nintendo game designer Shigeru Miyamoto (left) was honored with the 2009 ESA Champion Award.

ESA CEO Michael Gallagher commented on the spirit behind Nite to Unite:

The video game industry’s commitment to giving back is stronger than ever. For ten years now, Nite to Unite has been the premiere industry event dedicated to children’s causes and honoring its creative visionaries. I’m honored that so many distinguished individuals and organizations attended.

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Goth_SkunkBe advised: In approximately 30 minutes I'm heading out of town for an obligatory family reunion. This is being stated so that none can interpret my upcoming 24 hour hiatus as a tail-tucking turn from discussion.08/01/2015 - 11:28am
Goth_SkunkEven now, IronPatriot, MechaCrash, and Craig R. continue to attempt to shout me down and dehumanize me.08/01/2015 - 11:25am
Goth_SkunkWhat transpired afterwards was a concerted effort to shout down and dehumanize those trying to bring these matters out into the open. I remain utterly convinced of this to this day.08/01/2015 - 11:24am
Goth_SkunkAnd yet the sex life of this indie developer tied right into the matter of journalistic ethics, as investigations uncovered a great number of breaches of ethical conduct, both related & not. That scandal is the orifice from which the balloon is inflated.08/01/2015 - 11:20am
MechaCrashI am reminded of the saying about playing chess with a pigeon.08/01/2015 - 11:13am
Andrew EisenThis is supported by, well, what actually happened, but also the text of the actual leaks. That was Tito's question and what he and a few (four total, I think) were discussing.08/01/2015 - 11:11am
Andrew EisenNo, it's not. What was generally prohibited was not discussion of journalistic ethics or other GamerGate topics, but threads that were, for example, discussing the sex life of an indie developer. THOSE are what were locked and removed.08/01/2015 - 11:10am
Goth_SkunkI don't believe you. Not for a second. Every major site with the exception of the Escapist prohibited discussion of GamerGate in its early stages. That is a fact.08/01/2015 - 11:04am
Andrew EisenNo, that's a fact. Don't believe me, read 'em yourself. No one was trying to censor discussion of GamerGate.08/01/2015 - 11:02am
Goth_Skunk@Andrew: That's your opinion.08/01/2015 - 10:57am
Goth_Skunkfuture? I'd compensate you for your time, of course.08/01/2015 - 10:57am
Goth_Skunk@IronPatriot: Congratulations on a sweeping statement to remove the agency of people supporting GamerGate for their own individual reasons. Since you're so good at painting in such broad strokes, are you free to paint my apartment sometime in the near08/01/2015 - 10:57am
Andrew EisenWhich, as you can tell by actually reading the snippets that were leaked, is a shamefully disingenuous telling of what was actually said.08/01/2015 - 10:56am
Goth_SkunkAdditionally, to quote William Usher, "[s]ome of the members on that list actively used their platform to support and propagate a wide-sweeping media narrative based on lies and factual inaccuracies."08/01/2015 - 10:54am
Goth_Skunkthe forums of The Escapist. Thankfully, they were both unsuccessful.08/01/2015 - 10:53am
Goth_SkunkOf the "Gamers Are Dead" articles specifically, no. But the list was used to try and censor discussion about GamerGate in its early stages. Ben Kuchera and our own James Fudge used it to solicit to Escapist then EiC Greg Tito to prevent discussion on08/01/2015 - 10:53am
IronPatriotCraig, you are right that gamergate is utter hypocrisy. Any story about it which lacks the context of gamergate's harassment origins FAILS ethics in journalism. LOL.08/01/2015 - 10:49am
IronPatriot@Goth_Skunk "citation needed"? Citation provided! Gamergate was created by 4chan harassers and ethics #ISyourShield08/01/2015 - 10:48am
Craig R.IP: Plenty of irony to go around with GG. But really, it's complete hypocrisy.08/01/2015 - 10:48am
Andrew EisenIf that assertion were true, it's nigh unfathomable that that conversation was not one of the ones leaked and published on Breitbart. Plus, as I pointed out earlier, only TWO of the Gamers Are Dead authors were on the Game Journo Pros list anyway.08/01/2015 - 10:48am
 

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