Retired Nintendo President of America Reggie Fils-Aime Joins Twitter, Looks Back on Storied Career

Reggie Fils-Aime has come forward with a few statements.

Reggie Fils-Aime was the president and chief operating officer of Nintendo of America for nearly 13 years. During his reign with the company, Fils-Aime earned quite the reputation. That being said, the longtime Nintendo executive has since decided to retire. Now Fils-Aime has taken to Twitter to share some bittersweet memories with his adoring fans.

As the face of Nintendo for the American audience, Reggie Fils-Aime quickly gained a reputation as a meme-worthy source of happiness and laughter. The former executive has since been replaced by Doug Bowser, whose name has gone on to become the brunt of countless Nintendo jokes.

Still, many fans will never forget the Reggie Fils-Aime era. Now the former executive has taken to Twitter to share a few words and some touching memories with the public. Check it out down below.

“Hi Twitter community.” Reggie Fils-Aime said.

“Thank you all for the warm welcome to Twitter. I am packing up my office … lots of memories here.” The former Nintendo executive continued.

“The legend started here … my badge from E3, 2004. ‘My name is Reggie …’”
Fils-Aime stated.

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