Miyamoto The Interview Part 1

Magazine "Nintendo DREAM" celebrates its 10th anniversary by interviewing Shigeru Miyamoto, Nintendo's Management Director and the Head of the Entertainment Analysis and Development Department. The interview takes place at the museum of Shigureden where they exhibit some old Japanese poems. We hear from Miyamoto what lead to both the DS and the Wii as well as some little bits of information about Nintendo's games.

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ChickeyCantor6268d ago

liked the interview, it was allot but also nice to read.

he also gives answers to lefthanded ppl

GaMa856267d ago

Hes been business for 20 years, made some of the greatest most influental games of our time, and the most iconic. Def good read good hearted smart guy.Cant say that much about the other companys....


Nintendo DS Models, Color Variations & Limited Editions

From sleek colorful editions to charming character-themed releases, learn about the diverse history of Nintendo DS variations and limited edition.

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Ranking Every Spider-Man Game From Worst To Best

From the Amazing Spider-Man series to the most recent titles and DLCs, explore which Spider-Man game deserves to be ranked first and why.

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Sonic18815d ago (Edited 5d ago )

Spider-Man 2 (2004) and Ultimate Spider-Man use to be my favorite until Insomniac games took over.

Inverno5d ago

I'd still choose Ultimate above all other games, followed by Shattered Dimensions

Abnor_Mal5d ago (Edited 5d ago )

My favorite and still champion Spiderman PS2, followed by Marvels Spiderman2, then Miles Morales, followed by Marvels Spiderman, and finally Ultimate Spiderman.

I need to drag out my PS3 and try Web of Shadows, owned the game for years and years and never played.

Rimeskeem5d ago

Shout out to cultured vultures for NOT making this 40 separate pages.

Relientk775d ago

Spider-Man (2000), Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro, and Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions were all so good! I have fond memories playing them.


Super Mario RPG review (Nintendo Switch): Colorful, charming and chock-full of humor - Beyond Pixels

The 1996 SNES classic returns on Nintendo Switch. There's lots of new aesthetics and features, but still lots of nostalgia as well. Is the weirdly funny and seemingly off-brand game worth its money in 2023?

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