Luke Plunkett: "Sure, you can argue, he hasn't had the hands-on role with the company he once had, and hasn't been at the helm of a hit title for a long time, but does that matter when you've got a track record as long and distinguished as Miyamoto's?
No, it does not.
So let's take a look at that track record. Partly to let it soak in just how damn important this man has been to Nintendo (and video games!) since the 1980s, but also because it's important to see how important he's been to nearly all of our favourite video game franchises."