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<h1>Satoru Iwata</h1>
<h4>(December 6, 1959 - July 11, 2015)</h4>
<h3>Fourth president and former CEO of Nintendo</h3>
<div style="text-align: center"><img id="satoru" src="" alt="Satoru Iwata">
<h5>“On my business card, I am a corporate president. In my mind, I am a game developer. But in my heart, I am a gamer.”</h5>
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  <h2>Early Life</h2>
  <p><a href="" target="blank">Satoru Iwata</a>, who was born in the year 1959, had always displayed strong leadership and interest in computers since a young age. He saved up money by washing dishes and earning allowance until he was able to afford the first programmable calculator - the HP-65. He was 15 years old when he got his hands on it, and was able to program mini-games like "Volleyball" and "Missile Attack" for him and his friends to try out. By the age of 18 (1978) he had acquired his first computer (Commodore PET) and had been accepted into the Tokyo Institute of Technology.</p>
  <h2>HAL Laboratory, Inc.</h2>
<p> After a couple years of studying, he was invited to join HAL Laboratory, Inc. in 1980. He impressed programmers and gamers alike with his knowledge of programming and will to innovate. His hard work and dedication did not go unnoticed and was promoted to Coordinator of Software and Production at HAL during the year 1983, all while fostering a relationship with Nintendo so he could work on games for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES).</p>
  <h2>Up and Up</h2>
<p> By 1993, Satoru Iwata had been promoted to the president of HAL Laboratory, and began working closely with GameFreak and Nintendo to help produce games like "Pokemon Gold/Silver", "Pokemon Stadium", and "Super Smash Bros." (1999-2000). He most notably was commended for his work on compressing the game data for "Gold/Silver" so that the game could fit on a single cartridge. By 2002, Yamauchi (third president of Nintendo) had not only garnered the faith in Satoru Iwata to offer him presidency of Nintendo, but to have him be the first president for the company not of the Yamauchi bloodline.</p>
<p> Under Satoru Iwata, Nintendo saw tremendous prosperity with the release of the Nintendo DS (2004) and the Wii console (2006), both bringing in massive amounts of sales. However, when the 3DS and WiiU console turned out to be failures for the company, Satoru Iwata voluntarily took home only half of his salary (2011 and 2014 respectively). He truly symbolized what a CEO who cares about his company should be.</p>
  <h2>Late Life</h2>
<p> Shortly after he was diagnosed with cancer, he had a successful surgery which caused him to lose a noticable amount of weight. Despite Satoru Iwata stating he felt better with the weight loss, he was sadly stuck laying in bed for the remaining several months he had left. This did not stop him from working from his laptop and overseeing the production of the Nintendo Switch, until ultimately he passed on July 11, 2015 due to complications from his cancer.</p>
<p> Although 55 years is much too young for such a talented and inspirational man, his legacy lives on through each smile and laugh his games continue to bring to the young and old alike. May he rest in peace.</p>



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