A longtime fan of Nintendo he bought $ 40,000 worth of shares of the company (more precisely 5.6 million yen), only to have the right to speak at a meeting of shareholders and ask for a new F-Zero.
The fan asked the question directly to President Shuntaro Furukawa. He actually was quite cryptic and asked him if he had been considering the possibility of relaunching some franchises much loved by fans, specifically the F-Zero, frozen since 2004.
The person in question could have won the Fan of the Year award if PlayStation gamers hadn’t started sending photos of their penises to the developers at Sony Santa Monica as a bargaining chip for God of release date. War: Ragnarok.
Anyway, the Nintendo fan, who wanted to remain anonymous but has a Twitter profiletold Insider that he had bought 100 shares of Nintendo at 56,430 yen each, after selling shares in another company: “I have been playing Nintendo titles since I was a child and of all I have never enough of the F-Zero’s sense of speed. “
The VGC site translated Fukurawa’s response to the fan’s question: “Realistically, it is very difficult to develop new games and remakes, sequels included, for all the Nintendo franchises that fans have asked for, but we are grateful and appreciate the expectations our fans have. they have for our games. “
Shinnya Takahashi, a senior executive at the company, was more optimistic about it: “We are continually evaluating how to develop new titles and remakes that will appeal to many players.”