Sep 20, 2013
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Read this: How Hiroshi Yamauchi took Nintendo from wooden playing cards to the age of Super Mario
Former Nintendo president Hiroshi Yamauchi passed away this morning, at the age of 85. His legacy is incredible. During his 53-year reign, he turned his great-grandfather’s Japanese playing card company into the cornerstone of the video game industry. 

Read this: How Hiroshi Yamauchi took Nintendo from wooden playing cards to the age of Super Mario

Former Nintendo president Hiroshi Yamauchi passed away this morning, at the age of 85. His legacy is incredible. During his 53-year reign, he turned his great-grandfather’s Japanese playing card company into the cornerstone of the video game industry. 

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