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    Let's Have a Moment of Silence

    Post by crystalxluke on Mon Jul 13, 2015 6:08 am

    As of a few days ago, the CEO of Nintendo, Satoru Iwata, passed away. It's tragic not only in a general sense, but in the thought that Nintendo has suffered a giant blow.

    He gave much to the gaming community and he put fans before money, a rather rare trait. He accomplished much in his time and he passed at 55. May he rest in peace.

    "He led Nintendo during the launch of the DS, the 3DS, the Wii, and the Wii U, taking over just as the company was set to launch its GameCube. But while his business accomplishments impress, Iwata will be remembered as more than just a businessman — he offered a charming and human face to a company already beloved by legions of game fans."

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