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His Legend Will Live On!

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The former Nintendo president Hiroshi Yamauchi has passed away today at the age of 85. A man of great intellect and creativeness he became president of the company in 1949 and became interested in electronic entertainment in the 70's. He would later entrust his vision to the then young Shigeru Miyamoto who captivated the world with his legendary arcade title Donkey Kong!

He remained president of the company until May 31st 2002 when he handed the baton to the current president of Nintendo Satoru Iwata.

Be sure to post your thoughts about this tragedy in our comments.

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Former Nintendo President Hiroshi Yamauchi Has Passed Away At The Age Of 85 Rukiafan7
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Anonymous
This is very sad news I hope he can rest in peace. Sad
KingreX32
Its sad news, So in honor All Wiiwarewave Members should do nothing but play Nintendo games all weekend to honor the mans legacy.
KokorOtaku
Sad news indeed, I've been posting fun facts on FB about Nintendo koppai and will end on Monday (Nintendos 124th birthday) in honor of him
NINTENBRO
A legacy that will always live on through the entertainment that Nintendo provides it's faithful.
GeekyGamerZack
ShounenMania
The tag line is true his legacy will continue to live on for decades or more to come. Rip.
Aqua Cherry Blossom
He will always be remembered.
May he find peace and wonderful games to play on the other side.
FM_Alchemist
Rest in peace you will be always remembered as the person responsible for saving the video game industry back in the 1980's.
Sakura chan
Yamauchi san will always be remembered. Crying or Very sad
GeekyGamerZack
Have fun playing Go for all eternity, Yamauchi-sama... Sad
Megatron2000
KokorOtaku
I wonder who he passed on the shares for Nintendo to?
Amufungal
Maybe Miyamoto san? Smile
Nintendobuddy64
Rest in peace you will be missed.
Himawari Chan
I might be late, but my condolences go out to the late Yamauchi's family.
He will be remembered fondly for years to come.
Aussiegamer
Rip mate. :-(
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