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NES and SNES creator Masayuki Uemura has passed away at the age of 78

The disappearance of the legendary creator of the NES and SNES consoles, Masayuki Uemura, at the age of 78, has been made official. Uemura has been a part of Nintendo boards since 1972, with his first project developing games with “laser guns”, like the classic game hunt ducks.

During his long career at Nintendo, Uemura has always made it his main goal to bring the arcade games everyone loves into every fan’s home. Thanks to these convictions, two of the most famous consoles in video game history were created.

Masayuki Uemura had already retired in 2004, having contributed greatly to the development of games such as ice climbersAnd Chloe Chloe LandAnd footballAnd baseball e golf. Even after his retirement, Uemura decided to stay in business, making valuable contributions to Nintendo’s R&D team.

For many years, Uemura contributed to the formation of a new generation of innovators, working as a professor at Ritsmumeikan University in Japan.

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