Man Spends $40,000 To Ask Nintendo One Question

During a shareholder meeting on Wednesday, the guy reportedly asked Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa the issue.

When a Japanese guy had a query for Nintendo, he went to the head of the firm rather than customer service.

According to Insider, the unnamed man invested over $40,000 in shares of the multinational video game company.

He received enough equity to own one share in his name and to be invited to the company's annual shareholder meeting.

According to Insider, the individual thought the meeting with Nintendo on Wednesday was his chance to inquire about the future of "fan-favorite game franchises" like "F-Zero."

The Captain Falcon-starring racing game series "F-Zero" was first released in 1990; the most recent new instalment was in 2004.

Since 2004, Captain Falcon has been a character in the well-known fighting game series "Super Smash Bros."

Although attendees at the shareholder meeting weren't guaranteed to ask Nintendo a question

the guy did get the chance to speak with Shuntaro Furukawa about some of his favourite video games, including "F-Zero."

According to a translation from gaming news outlet VGC, Furukawa said, "We are very grateful and appreciate the expectations our fans have for our games

However, it is actually difficult to develop new titles and remakes, including sequels, for every Nintendo game that people seek."

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