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English people would say, The king is dead, long live the king.
If all the family of Iwata were reading this forum , i would say its tasteless, but I think the post is more important for the future of Nintendo than a post where everybody cries for the man. I only hope that the next CEO of nintendo is a hardcore and pasionate gamer.



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hatmoza said:

It's sad. And we're all saddened by Iwata's death but it's a legitimate thread/question. I don't know why some of you are suddenly acting high and holy.

and lmfao... members talking about 'respect.' I've seen the most disrespectful, tasteless things said and discussed on these forums over the years... but suddenly this thread crosses the line? Gimme a break.

R.I.P Iwata

Iwata in his grave probably going to sad if his fans and Nintendo fans still sad , he might asked us to move forward. That's why i still dont understand why people disagreeing with this thread. We will meat Iwata, sooner or later, we will follow him.



CrazyGPU said:
English people would say, The king is dead, long live the king.
If all the family of Iwata were reading this forum , i would say its tasteless, but I think the post is more important for the future of Nintendo than a post where everybody cries for the man. I only hope that the next CEO of nintendo is a hardcore and pasionate gamer.

Yeah agree with u, after all we will follow him sooner or later,

back to OP is it posible someone from non Japanese citizen becomes a CEO for Nintendo ?



Good guy and sad to see him go so young but I'm surprised this death came as a surprise. If I was a shareholder I would be upset. Someone else should have been made CEO a while ago if this was even a possibility.



 

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The (often but painful) truth is that the company must go on. Especially when they had no idea it was going to happen so suddenly. For any company there needs to be a plan for things like this. Apple did it when Jobs was going through his health problems. Why wouldn't Nintendo?

So while there is time for mourning and grieving, there is also time for brainstorming on whats next for the company after the sudden passing of a CEO.


It's not saying, "forget the guy because business is more important," it saying "hey we need come up with something to keep the company going for the time being while were proceeding with CEO's passing."



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Red4ADevil said:
The (often but painful) truth is that the company must go on. Especially when they had no idea it was going to happen so suddenly. For any company there needs to be a plan for things like this. Apple did it when Jobs was going through his health problems. Why wouldn't Nintendo?

So while there is time for mourning and grieving, there is also time for brainstorming on whats next for the company after the sudden passing of a CEO.


It's not saying, "forget the guy because business is more important," it saying "hey we need come up with something to keep the company going for the time being while were proceeding with CEO's passing."

Absolutly agree with this.



Considering he underwent serious surgery a year ago it's guaranteed that they've had a succession plan in place since then, if not much sooner. Whoever ends up taking on the CEO role, it won't be because they were chosen in the last 24 hours.



Whoever he is, we'll know in a few days. I don't think Nintendo has head for this right now.



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I'm going to wager that it will actually be Bill Trinen.

As an expert in localization and fluent Japanese speaker, he would be excellent person to really unite the different worldwide divisions of Nintendo.



I predict NX launches in 2017 - not 2016

I think Mr.Takeda or Miyamoto http://blogs.wsj.com/japanrealtime/2015/07/13/shigeru-miyamoto-seen-as-possible-nintendo-successor/