“When I leave the company, I would like to work with young people and teach them about developing. Though it wouldn’t be like [traditional] teaching, more explaining how we think and how we interact with the user. For the development process, practical learning is important.” – Shigeru Miyamoto, asked by The Guardian if he would write a book on his experiences in the industry. He’s not thinking of leaving Nintendo anytime soon, though.
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