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Design History of Super Mario Maker, E3 2015


Shigeru Miyamoto is simply put, a genius. His influence on video games, on popular culture is indisputable. Thus, a short video like this is absolutely interesting in the extreme.
A video game is first and foremost a toy. But it needs to be engineered. And then crafted. Miyamoto is a master of this craft.

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