As we’ve reported previously, this weekend marked the 5th anniversary since the unfortunate passing of Satoru Iwata. While gaming fans worldwide reminisced on the late Nintendo president’s contributions, another familiar friend of Iwata has now shared his feelings on this occasion as well.
As many Nintendo fans will know, Reggie Fils-Aimé stepped down as Nintendo of America’s president last year. Since then, he’s lectured at Cornell University plus joined GameStop’s board of directors – and it looks like he’ll soon be getting busier once again!
Last month, former President of Nintendo America Reggie Fils-Aime held a Q&A at Cornell University, where he answered questions about his experiences at Nintendo, and talked about a bunch of other interesting topics.
It looks like Nintendo of America’s former President is not done just yet.
As fans will know by now, Reggie Fils-Aimé stepped down as Nintendo of America’s president earlier in April – with many bemoaning that he probably won’t make another public appearance in the world of gaming. Well, it looks like that won’t be the case at this year’s Game Awards on 12 December 2019!
It looks like Reggie Fils-Aimé has a new achievement to add to his name.
Recently, it was revealed that Reggie Fils-Aime will be joining the New York Videogame Critics Circle’s board of directors to help with mentoring and scholarships in under served communities.
Stock up your health for this one.