NES, SNES Lead Architect Masayuki Uemura has Passed AwayMary Anne ButlerNERDBOT

We are very sad to report the news that Masayuki Uemura, lead architect behind iconic gaming systems NES and SNES, has passed away. This news was confirmed by The Ritsumeikan Center for Game Studies at Ritsumeikan University, where Uemura was co-director, confirmed the news. Uemura joined Nintendo in 1972, and eventually moved into the company’s […]

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We are very sad to report the news that Masayuki Uemura, lead architect behind iconic gaming systems NES and SNES, has passed away. This news was confirmed by The Ritsumeikan Center for Game Studies at Ritsumeikan University, where Uemura was co-director, confirmed the news. Uemura joined Nintendo in 1972, and eventually moved into the company’s
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