Shigeru Miyamoto (real name Miyamatu Shigero) is the video game director evil mastermind behind the Japanese card game producer Nintendo. He is known for making many Zelda, Pokémon, and Mario games.


Miyamoto was born Miyamatu Shigero in the humble city of Kyoto, Japan on November 16, 1952. It is rumored that he got the inspiration for Zelda by wandering the caves and forests near Kyoto. But that's not true, since there are no forests and caves anywhere near Kyoto. At the age of 17, he was hypnotized by the evil Dr. Ivo Robotnik and became evil. Ten years later, he joined Nintendo and began to make lousy games. He then began to make them good, but soon crowded out all competition except Sega (which was later crowded out, too), Sony, and Microsoft. When Philips released Zelda: Wand of Gamelon, Link: Faces of Evil, Zelda's Adventure, and Hotel Mario, he got outraged at how bad these games were. So he destroyed Philips and erased everyone's but our minds to forget about the games mentioned above. After that, he went on a further crime wave by releasing the GameCube, boring everyone to death. He was finally arrested in 2011, and jailed in Tykogi prison.


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