Masayuki Uemura, Creator Of The NES And SNES, Has Passed Away

It has been revealed that NES and SNES lead architect Masayuki Uemura passed away on December 6th at the age of 78.

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Terry_B469d ago

May he rest in peace. Thank you for the many good memories and fun with those two consoles that are probably influencing the whole industry even today.

CaptainHenry916469d ago

Rest in peace, mister Uemura. And thank you for the nes and lovely snes.

RetroCaptainSteve469d ago

Farewell to a legend. Thank you, sir.

dbcoops469d ago

R.I.P. Masayuki your creation brought joy to so many people.

Einhander1971469d ago (Edited 469d ago )

The best consoles ever, influencing even today. Why because the classic games these systems and devs brought to the industry are timless. RIP Masayuki.

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