I shoot at the beavers, turn to myself and see that horror look on Miyamoto-san’s face. Then he smiled and pulled out a coconut gun with paper and a pencil in front of us. If you haven’t read it yet, check out the Nintendo Life Feature which celebrates Donkey Kong 64’s 20th birthday. Even if the shotgun wasn’t in place, cute, furry animals with guns were the norm in the 2001 edition of Rare, Conker’s Bad Fur Day, published in 2001. Although it doesn’t lend itself to Tom Nook, Liam likes to follow Nintendo news and admire his video game library. It wasn’t a textured weapon to predict, but a realistic shotgun with flying bullets and terrible noises. Since then, the game development team has organised press days to celebrate the anniversary. Last month, Donkey Kong 64 was 20 years old. It’s a great story that shows that while Rareware reached its creative heyday between the mid- to late 1990s, there were still some crazy people during development. So Miyamoto-san designed the coconut barrel in DK64. His favourite Nintendo character was a guitar dog, but today, he prefers to hang out with Judd the Cat. You get so used to things that develop, even if it’s a stuffing, and I completely forgot it was there. He only took a piece of paper and a pencil and designed an emblematic weapon for DK. 2019 Nlife Media, partner of Gamer Network. I must love the way Miyamoto-san handled it. I swung on the vines, picking bananas, and they started smiling.