Miyamoto interested in Tearaway

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  1. GameWinner
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    Miyamoto playing Tearaway for Vita.

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  2. jacksprat1990

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    Traitor!!!
     
  3. Chary

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    Hilarious. He's asserting his dominance over the Vita.
     
  4. Snailface

    Snailface My frothing demand for 3ds homebrew is increasing

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    Engine Room with Cyan, watching him learn.
    I can imagine this caption:

    Miyamoto - "What is this 3ds competitor that you speak of? Show it to me, I have never heard of such a thing . . . Oh this. When is it to be released?"

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    it should be captioned "wait, wheres the second screen?, nope thats just another vita, this is just confusing"
     
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  6. ShadowSoldier

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    I love the stuff that happens between Sony and Microsoft. When Yosp went on MiiVerse, I laughed. Even though they're competitors you can see that they have respect for one another game's and console.

    I mean look at that E3 where Shigeru was watching the Kinect. That look he had "are you fucking kidding me?" In here, it looks like he has that look of interest on. Iono, personally, I think the two companies are friends.

    I mean shit, hate the games or not, you have to acknowledge that Shigeru is a damn gaming legend.. if not God in the gaming world.
     
  7. Maxternal

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    Doing a little market research there. Didn't have to wander far from his own booth, though. I see the lower part of a 3DS XL there in the background.
     
  8. Osha

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    Haha, that's a nice picture. After all, just because you're a game creator for a specific platform doesn't mean you can't play stuff from the concurrence. And he looks interested too, so that's cool.
     
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    You see the Zelda Wind Waker logo on the left there.
     
  10. emigre

    emigre Oh Jeremy Corbyn

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    Not that surprising Myamoto is playing the most Nintendo un-Nintendo gaem around.
     
  11. GameWinner
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    Media Molecule itself is the most Nintendo non-Nintendo company around!
     
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    On the back.
     
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  13. Pong20302000

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    its a picture, he cant actually hear you
     
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    Being part of a game company doesn't somehow make enjoying the goods of a competitor surprising or a bad thing. It isn't even market research or something silly like that. Miyamoto is just playing a game and enjoying it. I don't even get the point of this thread. Is the idea of Nintendo enjoying something by Sony so foreign that it requires a thread to point it out?
     
  17. Gahars

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    I'm assuming he urinated on the stand once he was done with the demo.
     
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    Miyamoto: Oh Vita, you so crazy.
     
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  19. Foxi4

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    He shows genuine interest in video games as a medium, I don't see how that's a bad thing. ;)

    Some company big shots could learn a lot from that kind of an approach - full-on rejecting someone else's products is pure blindness, trying them out to see the pro's and con's is objectivity. It's funny how Miyamoto goes out and tries Sony games while the armies of "Nintendo Pretorians", "Nintendo Martyrs" and "Nintenyearolds" can only chant "lolnogaems" over and over again*. ;)



    *Hint - embrace video games! It's all "fun and gaems", remember that! :P


    Alternative "Foxi4Sony" comment which is pretty much expected of me at this point:
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
     
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  20. Eerpow

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    Yeah like Sakurai has mentioned how he owns and plays PS3 games, he also mentioned Marvel vs. Capcom in the E3 Smash Bros Direct despite not any of the MvsC games appearing on Nintendo's systems.
    Companies not allowed to speak or touch their competitors products is just a shitty taboo.
     
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