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Shigeru Miyamoto Shares Nintendo Secrets

The revered video game designer on Nintendo's history, the next wave of gaming and the 'Year of Luigi'
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Wii: Reloaded

In November, Nintendo followed up the Wii with the Wii U, a new high-definition system where players use a touch-screen controller, the GamePad. "It used to just be the TV screen, but now with splitting that TV screen into 4 multiplayer screens and adding the fifth screen of the GamePad, it becomes, 'How can we create these interactive systems using these different screens and find a way to design that system so that it elicits the creativity from the user? How do we find ways to leverage their imagination and creativity of play?"

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