Shigeru Miyamoto Wants to Make Another Super Mario Galaxy Title
In a recent interview with Eurogamer, Shigeru Miyamoto commented on his desire to create another Super Mario Galaxy title in the future.
Following his comments on Pikmin 4 and it’s development, Miyamoto discussed the possibility of a future Super Mario Galaxy, and also gave comments on the Super Mario series as a whole. Miyamoto had the following to say:
“[Another Super Mario Galaxy title] is always in discussion. But even with Mario 64 there was a lot of feedback about motion sickness with the 3D or maybe us making it too difficult.
“Going back to our roots and making New Super Mario Bros., anyone can play that. So that’s why we went back.
“We’re always thinking, is there a middle ground where people who do enjoy the 3D worlds of Galaxy and those who enjoy New Super Mario Bros. can both enjoy it? We’re always looking at those opportunities.
“On the other hand, me and [Yoshiaki] Koizumi-san, director of Galaxy, are always looking to challenge Galaxy and do another 3D action title. However we can’t make so many games at once in parallel.
“But as the hardware technology gets better and advances, I think there will be a lot of opportunity for both options.”
The next major Nintendo property to receive a new game release will be Star Fox Zero, which will see a release this November.
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