ITT: Rare photos of Game developers

Shikamaru Ninja

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Don James (Nintendo of America Inc, Producer and Product Specialist)
Hiroyuki Yamada (Nintendo Company Limited, Designer)
Mark Haigh-Hutchinson (former Lucas Arts programmer, Retro Studios programmer)
Shigeru Miyamoto (Nintendo Company Limited, Manager and Producer)
Kenji Miki (Nintendo Company Limited, Producer and Designer)

Kenji Miki a rare Nintendo employee who has been developing games since 1980. Ice Climber, Golf, Warios Woods, and tons of classic Nintendo games were designed by that man.
 

Nemo

Will Eat Your Children
Sep 10, 2007
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Where's that photo of Miyamoto's team with Miyamoto and two other people (one woman). I think Miyamoto said he created Mario with them or something. I was always looking for that pic but never found it again
 
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This one isn't particularly rare, I don't think, but it's greatness:



id software in its early days.

That would be John Carmack and John Romero at the front.

Tom Hall is the guy in the back pointing like a crazy person.
 

D2M15

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Zeliard said:
This one isn't particularly rare, I don't think, but it's greatness:
Yeah, the Rom makes for good pictures.



The Ion Storm dream: Stevie 'Killcreek' Case, Warren Spector like a boss, JR.
 

Haly

One day I realized that sadness is just another word for not enough coffee.
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king zell said:
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Kojima ummm
Hover hand XD

Here's a personal one, doesn't really count as rare I guess:


Shigeru Miyamoto at Nintendo World in 2005 I think.

EDIT: Holy shit there's a video of the line and I can see my friend in it (we had camped out pretty early)
 
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Doc Holliday said:
ok seriously, Hideo is a fucking vampire. He hasn't changed since 83 :O
He sold his soul on the crossroads he will remain forever young but it came with a curse he has to make MGS games for the rest of his days...