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Satoru Iwata Re-Elected President of Nintendo

Posted on Friday, June 27 @ 03:30:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Nintendo president and CEO Mr. Satoru Iwata has been re-elected as the company's fearless leader. The decision was made during the Big N's annual shareholders meeting last night.

Sadly, Iwata's health hasn't been all that great lately, as the exec wasn't able to make it out to E3 this year and recently had to undergo surgery. The fine folks at NeoGAF were kind enough to send him a get well soon card, though, so I'm sure that lifted his spirits.

What do you think of the decision to re-elect Iwata as Nintendo's president? Will he be able to turn Nintendo's fortunes around, or is the company in for some rocky times ahead?
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