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03-09-2006, 11:40 PM
http://www.webchats.tv/webchat.php?ID=260





Join the Spielberg of the videogames industry – Shigeru Miyamoto

17 03 2006 19:00

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Deutsch (http://www.webchats.tv/webchat.php?ID=260#german)
Nederlands (http://www.webchats.tv/webchat.php?ID=260#dutch)
Italia (http://www.webchats.tv/webchat.php?ID=260#italian)
Français (http://www.webchats.tv/webchat.php?ID=260#french)
Castellano (http://www.webchats.tv/webchat.php?ID=260#french)
Legendary video game designer Shigeru Miyamoto will be giving fans the chance to ask him the questions they really want to, including ones relating to Nintendo¹s most recent handheld console, the Nintendo DS, as well as the latest Nintendo games including - Nintendogs, Animal Crossing: Wild World and Dr Kawashima's Brain Training: How Old Is Your Brain.
Fans will also get to quiz Mr. Miyamoto on the eagerly anticipated New Super Mario Bros.

The webchat with Shigeru Miyamoto will be viewable at www.webchats.tv on 17th March from 7pm to 7.30pm.

Nintendo fans will be able to use this site in the run-up to the event to submit all of their questions to Mr. Miyamoto using the box on the left.

Chat will be available to view in German, Italian, French, Spanish & Dutch from 8pm (GMT) on Friday 17th March

Mr Miyamoto is Senior Managing Director and General Manager of the Entertainment Analysis and Development Division, Nintendo Co., Ltd, Japan. Considered by his peers to be the greatest video game designer in the world and called “The Spielberg of Video Games” by Time magazine (May 1996), Shigeru Miyamoto serves as the creative force behind the world’s most popular and enduring video games for Nintendo DS, Nintendo GameCube, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo 64, Super Nintendo Entertainment System (Super NES), Game Boy, and Nintendo Entertainment System (NES).

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