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Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto Talks Mario Galaxy 2, Motion Controls, Zelda And More

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Posted June 15, 2009 - By r_pad




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X-Play's Blair Herter had the honor of sitting down and chatting with Nintendo's legendary Shigeru Miyamoto during E3 2009. Among the topics discussed were:

  • Going four players with New Super Mario Bros.
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2
  • Integrating ideas from 2D development into a 3D game and vice versa
  • Introducing fresh ideas after decades of game development
  • The new Zelda game
  • Metroid: The Other M
  • His thoughts on Microsoft's and Sony's respective forays into motion controls

Regarding that last bullet point, Miyamoto said, "I think it's a testament that everyone has been able to see that when gamers are using their entire bodies to play in a physical nature, that they're having fun. It's just nice to see that everyone is recognizing that it's a fun style of gameplay for our audiences."

Be sure to watch the entire interview to get all the answers from one of the most brilliant developers in gaming history.

For more interviews from E3 2009, check out the rest of our features.

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