Satoru was one of the most humble presidents in the world, which made him quite an interesting person to listen to.
Satoru always delivered his thoughts straight to his fans, hence the name of the video clip series that he starrs in, named "Nintendo Direct".
Satoru is responsible for the aiding in the development of several video games and video game franchises, such as Balloon Fight (video game), EarthBound (video game), Kirby (video game franchise), Pokémon Gold and Silver (video game), Pokémon Stadium (video game), The Legend of Zelda (video game franchise), Mario (video game franchise), Animal Crossing (video game franchise), and more...
Satoru made Nintendo the largest video game company, the most popular video game company in the video game industry, and the most loved, cherished and admired video game comapny in the video game industry.
Satoru is one of the greatest visionaries in the video game industry.
Satoru is the one who cared about video games, and remembers video games as a deeply held memory of his life, that he is highly passionate about.
Satoru changed the video game industry for the better.
Satoru is a hero. A HERO!!!!
To honour Satoru Iwata, we shall hyperlink onto this blog post, some YouTube video clips that are songs, which might have some relevance to this situation that will either derive from the lyrics or the actual video clip...ranging from the visionary attitude of Satoru Iwata, to the video games that Satoru Iwata had aided its development in, to the visionary-and-fan relationship between Satoru Iwata and his fanbase, which might be quite sorrowful (and also nostalgic) in its implications:
Pokemon Stadium Theme - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c7LcThJFV_E
Pokemon Stadium- Main Selection Screen - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MTxQVovsoxA
Wiz Khalifa - See You Again ft. Charlie Puth [Official Video] Furious 7 Soundtrack - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RgKAFK5djSk
Nico & Vinz - Am I Wrong [Official Music Video] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bg1sT4ILG0w
Iwata-sama, without you, the video game industry would never be the same, great thing. Only you were the person that changed the video game industry.
R.I.P - Satoru Iwata - 1959-2015