A group disguised as Super Mario Brothers characters pose outside the MCM Comic Con at the Excel Centre in East London, October 25, 2014. REUTERS/Andrew Winning
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"Super Mario Bros" creator Shigeru Miyamoto has produced some of the world's biggest video game hits over the past three decades, and now he has added film producer to his long list of credits.Miyamoto unveiled his latest project, "PIKMIN Short Movies", at the Tokyo International Film Festival over the weekend -- a 3D short-animation film based on Nintendo game characters of the same name.He said he had balked for years at requests to make films with Nintendo characters but warmed to the possibilities of filmmaking given technological advances, though he has no intention to shift from games to the movie business.Miyamoto described the film as a project aimed at expanding the world of video games and giving more life to the Pikmin characters.
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