Hello friends,

When I got the news about Satoru Iwata's death, I was honestly in shock. At first, I thought it was a friend joking around with me, until I finally read Nintendo's press release. I had known about his medical history, missing out on the past few E3's, but overall, I never thought it would result in something as shocking as death. I spent most of my evening rewatching some of his E3 presentations and memorable "direct to you" segments. Iwata contributed a lot of the world of Nintendo, from his work at HAL to launching out Nintendo's most successful console.

From everyone here at Radio Nintendo, and the Nintendo community at large, we will miss you Iwata, you hold a place in our hearts.
Last edited 9:16 AM (UTC) on Jul 13, 2015 by Shugnussy.
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Posted by: Shugnussy
Jul 13, 2015
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    Jul 13, 2015
    He deserved to live much longer without his medical ailments. Alas, I hope he finds eternal peace and gets to play all of his company's masterpieces as he pleases, rest in peace Iwata.