In a recent interview with USA Today, Nintendo SPD general manager Shinya Takahashi suggested that Shigeru Miyamoto could expand his creativity into other forms of media. Takahashi stated that he hopes that Mr. Miyamoto continues to work on projects for Nintendo as long as he wants to; he also believes that Miyamoto will continue to use his creativity to make games, and that he could even work on other projects that are not games in the future. With the recent news about Nintendo’s plans for movies and theme parks, it certainly looks like Miyamoto could have his hands full in the future.

Here’s Mr. Takahashi’s full statement:

“For me, because it’s Mr. Miyamoto, I want him to continue making things as long as he wants to continue making things. I really think that Mr. Miyamoto will continue to be creative — and not just in the area of video games.” — Shinya Takahashi

Source: USA Today

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