After Shigeru Miyamoto's death, Nintendo will not modify

After Shigeru Miyamoto's death, Nintendo will not modify ...

Shigeru Miyamoto, one of Nintendo's veterans, does not expect the company to change after he leaves. However, sooner or later, it will have to happen, principally because Miyamoto (until proven otherwise) isn't immortal.

NPR recently interviewed Miyamoto, and the publication asked him how he might restructure his company if he one day left. "It's quite possible," Miyamoto replied. "Probably it will remain the same."

Miyamoto remarks that all Nintendo executives "who created Mario" have a basic understanding of what it means to be Nintendo. There will not be "a lot of different opinions" once he's gone, but there will be one common goal.

Miyamoto said, adding that the shared vision "we are almost certain," and that it "won't change." Miyamoto says, he's incredibly sure of Nintendo's future as a creative force when he leaves the company.

Miyamoto is 70 years old and certainly won't be able to work forever. The designer joined Nintendo in 1977 and has continued his career at the company for 46 years. However, he has aided in the creation of other well-known titles such as The Legend of Zelda, Mario, Donkey Kong, and others, many others have also played a key role.

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