Varios desarrolladores y ejecutivos quieren dar su pésame por la muerte del presidente de Nintendo, Satoru Iwata, que nos ha dejado a los 55 años.
Nintendo ha anunciado esta mañana que no publicará nada en sus redes sociales.
Esta triste noticia es trending topic mundial en Twitter.
Nintendo's flag is of course at half-mast today pic.twitter.com/QpIJPK7bwB— Dylan (@dylancuthbert) July 13, 2015
Sad day for Iwata-san?s family, friends, and gamers everywhere. His passion, creativity & leadership elevated our industry.— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) July 13, 2015
Thank you for everything, Mr. Iwata.— PlayStation (@PlayStation) July 13, 2015
Please, I don't understand. #ThankYouIwata— Notch (@notch) July 13, 2015
"On my business card, I am a corporate president. In my mind, I am a game developer. But in my heart, I am a gamer." - Iwata-san— Bungie (@Bungie) July 13, 2015
Really sad to hear about Iwata-san's passing today. As a fan of Nintendo since the NES, my heart goes out to his family, friends, & fans.— ???? ????s (@amboyes) July 13, 2015
RIP Iwata-san. You will be missed— John Smedley (@j_smedley) July 13, 2015
R.I.P. Iwata-san. I never met him. My all time favorite video game is "balloon fight". Thanks.? https://t.co/I5hKWu3DyC— Hidetaka SWERY Skywalker (@Swery65) July 13, 2015
In my heart forever.http://t.co/w4cYNscXFy— ???? Hideki Kamiya (@PG_kamiya) July 13, 2015
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Whenever Mr. Iwata was in the office, he'd change his 3DS StreetPass message to "Hello NOA!" Was a company president that cared.— Andrew Kelly (@AndrewNK) July 13, 2015
First time I met Mr. Iwata, I was on a visit to NCL, he was this crazy excited young guy who ran HAL. Super nice, and a great dev. I'm sad:(— Ken Lobb (@RealKLobb) July 13, 2015
Loved Mr. Iwata's quote. President as title, game dev's mind, gamers heart. Where's the tissue, I need it. Honestly.— Ken Lobb (@RealKLobb) July 13, 2015
In remembrance of Mr. Satoru Iwata, Nintendo will not be posting on our social media channels today. pic.twitter.com/N2kR0OKEXh— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) July 13, 2015