14/06/30 - M. Shigeru Miyamoto regrets that he has to cancel his coming
On June 26, Japan Expo and Nintendo France announced the coming of M. Shigeru Miyamoto from Nintendo to Japan Expo in Paris on Friday, July 4 to take part in a special masterclass.
Yet, M. Shigeru Miyamoto deeply regrets that he has to cancel his trips for last minute personal reasons linked to his father’s failing health. M. Shigeru Miyamoto will not take the trip from Japan to France. M. Shigeru Miyamoto is apologizing to all his fans who wished to attend the masterclass at Japan Expo.
Our hearts go out to M. Shigeru Miyamoto and his family at this difficult time.
Considered the greatest video game designer in the world by his peers, and called “The Spielberg of Video Games” by Time magazine (May 1996), Shigeru MIYAMOTO has worked on more than 100 different Nintendo video games and created licenses such as Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda, Pikmin, Wii Fit, Luigi’s Mansion and StarFox. In 2006, Shigeru MIYAMOTO became one of the first video game creators knighted into France’s Order of Arts and Letters.
For its 15th Anniversary, Japan Expo is sharing with you the chance of welcoming him and is waiting for you on Friday, July 4 for an exceptional masterclass, from 2.45 pm to 4.15 pm on the video game stage.
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