The most staunch followers of Shigeru Miyamoto you will know the anecdote that among the company's employees it is known for «Flip the tea table», an expression whose meaning lies in dramatically change the direction of project development although this is already in phases near its completion in order to improve it and raise its quality standards.
So, in the interview you had with Famitsu, the creative has not missed the opportunity to address this issue, stating that while still making suggestions at the beginning of development such as slowing down projects or asking them to go in another direction, the truth is that It is no longer something you do when processes are advanced:
It is not as if I could "turn the table" at any time as if it were a hobby of mine. It cannot be "turned" if I am unable to understand all aspects of the project. When I say that something "is not good" and I know what we can do to improve the value of what we are developing is when "I turn the table". When I can't do it, that doesn't mean that something will be changed just because it doesn't seem good to me. After all, people who do not work at the address are not able to see all the existing elements.
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