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If this were to happen it would mean sad news to all you plumber lovers. I do agree that the plots with the Mario games have been pretty light as of late. I strongly believe that the if you allow him to make a great Mario game he could do it. What do you think.
Shigeru Miyamoto to leave Nintendy
by Romulous on Mon Dec 28, 2009 5:49 pm
It's unconfirmed but here is a translation from wiisos
Some unconfirmed news via www.wiisos.com that Shigeru Miyamoto, game designer and developer of Nintendo, one of the most prestigious developers known today, famous for being the creator of Super Mario, Zelda, Donkey Kong and other famous Nintendo franchises and considered the best game designer in history, announced he will retire from the Big N at the end of 2010, due to differences with the company.
The father of Mario Bros. has not given details about the "differences" they have with Nintendo, but an internal source asserts that Miyamoto does not like the direction being taken by the company with respect to the hardcore gamers, who Shigeru feels disappointed to have to focus more on games for casual gamers.
Miyamoto has been talking about Nintendo lately without much hesitation like before, so it seems that there is less respect from Nintendo and out siders. Other major developers and various other workers within the industry have been poking Shigeru Miyamoto, plastering all other gaming sites that he is now a liability to Nintendo and should retire. Maybe this disrespect had pushed him to wan't to retire early? who knows, lets wait and see.
This is not fully confirmed and I don't want this post to be about non-stop speculation, (tehskeen doesn't need it) but I thought it would be best to forward this information since it's damn well important.
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