Through a closed door, under a winding road and a few miles from the blue town of Twycross, in England, you can see a bonsai. It was a gift that Shigeru Miyamoto, the most famous video game designer in the world, has scarcely offered, thanks for the great success of critics and sales sowing their games for Nintendo, the most famous game player in the world. has.
For the Scarce team, which arrives every morning at 08:30, it's a reminder of the company's legacy, who they are, how fortunate they should be in something so admired, so scarce. A modest trophy for the old glories and, in turn, an inspiration for future goals, a carefully grown symbol, evidence of temporary trends and fashions; A complicated determination.
On September 20, 2002, Microsoft pays $ 375 million for that bonsai and for everything it symbolizes: creative excellence, technical expertise, innovation, originality, soul, and Nintendo's valuable footprint. The sophisticated Microsoft Game Studios, desperate to acquire quality global talent that could help their console, saw in that tree everything they wanted.
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