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Socoder -> RIP Threads -> RIP : Masayuki Uemura

Fri, 10 Dec 2021, 08:39
steve_ancell

Masayuki Uemura


R.I.P. To the creator of the NES and SNES. Linkage!
Fri, 10 Dec 2021, 09:20
Kuron
He did the golf game, which remains my fave golf game of all time. Had one NES clone that had a Golf cart glued into place and that is all I would play.

He brought more fun to the world and encouraged more people to learn to make games than probably anybody else who ever lived. Almost every household had a NES at one time.

Thank you for the decades of fun, Mr. Uemura. Rest in Peace.
Fri, 10 Dec 2021, 12:53
rockford
The Switch has that golf game built into it. It's even accessible and playable. However you have to jump through hoops to play it.

Anyway, R.I.P. to the real father of Nintendo gaming.