Miyamoto wants to make an FPS
The man behind Nintendo's trademark series like Mario, Donkey Kong and Zelda, Shigeru Miyamoto has expressed a desire to make a first-person shooter.
Sadly, with the Wii U's imminent release and several titles in development Miyamoto has said he's just to busy to actually get down to working on anything else.
The Mario creator said, "I actually do kind of want to make a first-person shooter, but I don't have time."
Miyamoto-san elaborated, "Rather than necessarily the question of 'What kind of weapon do I have?' in a first person shooter or 'What kind of effect does that have on an enemy?', I think that the structure of a first-person shooter is something that's very interesting. Having that 3D space that in theory you are in and being able to look around and explore that-particularly being able to do that in conjunction with another person-is very interesting."
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