If you’ve ever dreamed of working at Nintendo and are a big gaming fan, you may have to work harder than others in achieving your dream.
Speaking to the New York Times, legendary game designer and creator of Mario and Link, Shigeru Miyamoto, told the paper that he’s looking for game designers who aren’t “super-passionate game fans”.
Miyamoto says he wants to make it a point they aren’t “just a gamer”, but someone with “a lot of different interests and skill sets”. That way, these developers are more likely to create new types of gameplay, rather than make “perfect current ones”.
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