Wii U is revolutionizing the way Shigeru Miyamoto plays games.
The Wii U has changed Shigeru Miyamoto's gaming style, the famed Nintendo developer declared during Nintendo's live results briefing where he and Nintendo Global President Satoru Iwata took the stage.
During the event both Iwata and Miyamoto discussed that Nintendo's newest console has changed the way they play. Iwata described the system as being a part of his life, with this being the first time that has happened to him.
In regards to games coming to the system, Miyamoto feels that developers have yet to really add any uniqueness to their titles. While asynchronous multiplayer is a big part of some of Nintendo's own games, Miyamoto believes it is not right for all games. For the games that do support the feature, Iwata feels the company needs to find a better way to communicate the gameplay variety to consumers.
Miyamoto went on to describe how smartphone gaming is a functional concept that satisfies users. Nintendo's goal, with Wii U specifically, is to offer more, and be more useful in every person's life.