Miyamoto, Mario’s father, wins the Prince of Asturias
Mario and Luigi must be jumping on one foot, and not to get coins and mushrooms crush evil: His father, Shigeru Miyamoto , has been awarded the Prince of Asturias Award for Communication and Humanities 2012.
The famous video game creator, maybe one of the most influential in the industry for the series Super Mario , Donkey Kong , The Legend of Zelda or Wii Fit, won the last vote of the jury, which selected the Japanese from the 21 nominations from 11 countries presented the award.
“The Japanese Shigeru Miyamoto is the main architect of the revolution of educational game, educational and constructive. Character designer and world-famous games are characterized by their creations exclude violence and innovate programs and formats that help exercise the mind in its many facets and are very valuable from an educational standpoint. “
And is that Miyamoto has designed over a hundred games, some of which have become classics, why from the Prince of Asturias Foundation has earned him the award, holding that:
“Thanks to these creations of the game has managed to make a social revolution and has managed to popularize it among a group of people who had not yet agreed to this kind of entertainment, making your time can be a means to unite people regardless of sex, age or social or cultural. Shigeru Miyamoto games raises an element of family and social integration, an experience that can be shared by all, to help express emotions and get to move the player. “
Upon learning of Miyamoto has stated, as read on the Web Nintendo Spain, welcomed the award, and a greater commitment to getting better game:
“In the future, continue to strive for that video games are capable of consistently providing fun and joy to people of all generations and around the world.”
Besides the honor involved, the Prince of Asturias Prize is endowed with fifty thousand Euros, a commissioned sculpture donated by Joan MirÃ³, a diploma and a badge Competition.
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