Sunday, September 19th, 2021

Nintendo bosses show off their favorite games in the latest shareholder Q&A


When it comes to Nintendo’s shareholder Q&A, you usually receive very boring inquiries about sales performance or exchange rates, rare juicy questions, and occasional left-field and bat nonsense questions. These questions make you want to know how these people are in the first place. The place to enter the building.

The latest shareholder Q&A raised the expected combination of questions earlier today, although in the case of real attention, we served the board of interviewees (including Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa, Shigeru Miyamoto, Yuki Shioda, Shinya Takahashi and Satoru Shibata) )–Essentially, What is your favorite game?

We are still waiting for the official translation of the Q&A, but our search engine-driven alternative is at least effective enough to accurately translate game titles from Japanese. When asked about their favorite game, Mr. Furukawa responded by describing how he played Super Mario Bros. for Famicom in junior high school. The following is an overview of other responses:

The Famicom Disk System game seems to be very popular with the board.
The Famicom Disk System game seems to be very popular with the board. (Photo: Nintendo Life)

In the end, Shuntaro Furukawa ended it all with Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics as his recent favorite.

So here we are!Everyone is very concerned about the company’s route-without any “Oh my God, Miyamoto digs ratchet“Or”Forza Motorsport FTW sender Furukawa!!1″ Blockbuster, but it’s interesting to see the love of some little-known (outside Japan) Famicom disk system titles​​. We really like the recent localization of Famicom Detective Club on Switch, so maybe the answers above indicate that we may see more localizations in the future…

Or it might just be a group of old people remembering the game when they were young. Hey, we can definitely relate to it!

Please tell us below what you think of these best game choices from Nintendo’s top executives.

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