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Miyamoto declines to sign PSP

Compatibility issues.

Poor old Shigeru Miyamoto. If having to be in the same airport as us at the same time wasn't bad enough, now some funny man has tried to get him to sign a Sony PSP during his recent stop-over in New York City.

The cheeky chappy in question, pictured on the Infendo blog pulling a face that says "Gwaaaaaaaan", apparently presented the PSP and Miyamoto-san politely declined to sign it. Suggestions that he also had to avoid breathing near it for fear of the moving air etching his initials into the fascia are thought to be made up.

In the end Miyamoto-san, gent that he is, agreed to sign his DS instead.

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