One of the most notable (for not say the most) in the world of video games, Shigeru Miyamoto, is a candidate for the 2010 Prince of Asturias Prize for Communications and Humanities. The Prince of Asturias Prize for Communications and Humanities is in force since 1981, with Maria Zambrano Alarcón, the first to receive this award. Miyamoto is the creative excellence by Nintendo, creator of Donkey Kong, Mario and The Legend Of Zelda, to give three examples. It is also responsible for the last two Nintendo consoles, DS and Wii, which have had a major impact worldwide and achieved an outright win as a product. In past years, he won the BAFTA British Academy and the most influential person by Time magazine. It was the International Fair of Electronic Entertainment, Gamelab, the task of submitting his candidacy. It would be a breakthrough in the world of electronic entertainment Shigeru Miyamoto won this award, not only to reward the merit of his great work, but also to help introduce the game in a society in which, rather than as art, treat them as toys. It has opened an official website to support his candidacy. Entering www.miyamoto.es and only enter your name and ID will suffice to give our vote. Note: It isn´t essential to be Spanish to vote. The Prince of Asturias awards are international and have been since September 24, 1980.