Nintendo legend Shigeru Miyamoto has been making games for decades now, with classics like Mario and Zelda on his resume, yet he can't make games forever. So what does the man want to do when he hangs up his boots?
"When I leave the company, I would like to work with young people and teach them about developing", Miyamoto tells The Guardian. "Though it wouldn't be like [traditional]teaching, more explaining how we think and how we interact with the user. For the development process, practical learning is important."
Miyamoto spending his days teaching people how to make games in his own special way? It'd be like Yoda teaching at community college. Which would be awesome.