Tag Archives: Shigeru Miyamoto
The great thing about games as simply constructed as Super Mario Bros. is that they are easier to reverse engineer than their modern-day counterparts. This leads to some great custom games seeping into the public domain – Super Mario Bros. is famous for having a vast array of hacked versions,..
The sequel to Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. popularised the side-scrolling platformer and added multiplayer to what became Nintendo’s flagship title Originating as a coin-operated game back in 1985, Super Mario Bros. eventually became synonymous with the NES – establishing itself as a killer app for the Eighties console. The..
Visiting London to accept his fellowship into BAFTA, Shigeru Miyamoto tells us that his greatest work is still to come. Having played Super Mario Galaxy 2, we’re inclined to agree, but what else does the future hold for Nintendo’s General Manager?