What fun Super Mario Maker 2 facts will be revealed?
If you're one of the lucky people attending this year's E3, you may or may spot Nintendo's legendary game designer Shigeru Miyamoto and the producer of Super Mario Maker 2, Takashi Tezuka. While the annual event is intended to be a business trip for most people within the industry, that won't...
And reinforces the fact it's a game about building
There was a lot to learn about each of Nintendo's upcoming Switch titles on the first day of Nintendo Treehouse Live at E3 2019. When the localisation team sat down alongside Super Mario Maker 2 producer Takashi Tezuka, viewers were able to learn a little bit more about what to expect from the...
"We just couldn't make it work"
To mark the arrival of the NES Classic Mini (and its Japanese sibling, the Famicom Mini) Nintendo has run a series of interviews on its site with key personnel who worked on the system. Two interviews - one with Shigeru Miyamoto and the other with
Director wanted to "defy Zelda conventions" with Game Boy outing
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening might seem like the pint-sized sibling of the sublime Link to the Past, but many regard it as the superior release, despite the cruder visuals and sound. The 1993 Game Boy release was one of the first titles for the handheld which showed it could...
World 1-1 walkthrough by the guys who made it happen
As you may well have seen, Shigeru Miyamoto and Takashi Tezuka recently visited the UK and were kind enough to spend some time not only with us, but also with our friends over at Eurogamer. While we decided to have a good old-fashioned music session with the two legends, Eurogamer spent its time...
Our musical maestro Ryan gets the surprise of his life
Keen followers of Nintendo Life will recall that back in July we were fortunate enough to get the chance to interview one of Nintendo's rising stars, Splatoon co-director Tsubasa Sakaguchi, when he visited the UK. Grasping this fantastic opportunity with as many appendages as humanly possible,...
"I think that might be a difficult task"
Super Mario Maker might not have been a brand-new title at this year's E3, but it certainly turned a lot of heads with its inventive mechanics and use of iconic Mario imagery. It also had many people wondering if Nintendo could perform the same trick with any of its other classic IPs - Legend of Zelda...
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