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Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa Receives A 96.51 % Approval Rating During The 78th Annual General Meeting Of Shareholders

Voting results have been published for approval ratings during Nintendo’s 78th Annual General Meeting Of Shareholders which took place on 28th June 2018. They have been translated and published by Reset Era member Rosti. New Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa received a 96.51 % approval rating. Former Nintendo president, Tatsumi Kimishima, saw an approval rating of 87.14 % during his first year as president.

  • Shigeru Miyamoto (Representative Director, Fellow) : 97.37 %
  • Shinya Takahashi (Director, Senior Managing Executive Officer): 97.28 %
  • Shuntaro Furukawa (Representative Director and President): 96.51 %
  • Ko Shiota (Director, Senior Executive Officer): 97.28 %
  • Satoru Shibata (Director, Senior Executive Officer): 97.28 %

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19 comments

  1. I really hope they change the way they do things going forward. I don’t like being drip fed content for what feels like an unfinished game. I’d rather spend my time unlocking that content. In Splatoon’s case it worked. Fire Emblem: Warriors, ARMS, KIrby: Star Allies and Mario Tennis: Aces on the other hand, not so much. (I know Warriors isn’t made by Nintendo.)

    With some of the things Furukawa has said there are a lot of red flags and warning signs. I just HOPE I’m wrong.

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      1. A lot of that appears to have made very little sense. I guess I was just too deep in my own head to realize.

        The reason I listed those games (and didn’t point out that Nintendo’s internal studios weren’t the ones developing them) is cause Nintendo still has control over how or what games (using their IPs) are made within these studios, and even have some of their own employees step in and help them. HAL and Camelot work closely with them so the design choices (the ones I’m worried about) are really up to Nintendo in the end. While the same could be said for Koei Tecmo (Team Ninja, etc) it seem like there’s much more distance and freedom between the companies, but I dunno, maybe that’s just me.

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    1. why would you state a game that you KNOW isn’t made by nintendo as being an issue? two other games you mentioned also are not made by nintendo, merely published. this greatly decreases the value of everything you have said

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    2. Even if they aren’t directly made by Nintendo, they are still 1st party games so Nintendo has ultimate control. In other words, you can criticize them for letting these devs reveal too much as Nintendo can tell them to shut up.

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