Miyamoto to Give Keynote at Japanese Developer Conference

After a dissappointing E3, Nintendo fans eagerly wait for Nintendo to offer reparations for inflicting such excruciating pain to their loyal fanbase. Sadly, this keynote won’t offer any kind of healing to our wounds. Instead, it’ll only enhance our pain to the next level.

Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto and Capcom’s Keiji Inafune will be giving keynote speeches at this year’s CESA Developers Conference (CEDEC), CESA revealed today. The Japanese game development event, a Japanese equivalent of America’s annual GDC event, will be held in Tokyo from September 11 to 13.

Miyamoto’s speech, set for the third day of the show, will be titled “Doko Kara Tsukureba Iindarou,” or roughly “Where’s a good place to start development.” The Nintendo software head will speak about game production and universal design, using Wii Music as an example. — IGN

Nintendo promised that they would reveal some of their core games at later events. Unfortunately, Miyamoto won’t be sharing any of those titles during his speech. Looks like we have to wait just a while longer before Nintendo addresses their core audience.