The Master Sword stayed behind for the next hero
Earlier on, the former Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aimé set up a Twitter account. He’s already putting it to good use by sharing some photos of himself packing up his office. Here’s everything he has posted so far:
Thank you all for the warm welcome to Twitter. I am packing up my office … lots of memories here. pic.twitter.com/DzUdgbj9ZG- Reggie Fils-Aime (@Reggie) April 15, 2019
Reggie starts by showing us his E3 2004 pass where he announced to the world his “name was Reggie…” and then goes on to show a picture of himself trying on his old Mii head one last time before it’s thrown into the archives.
The legend started here … my badge from E3, 2004. “My name is Reggie …” pic.twitter.com/tSYAZcckW4- Reggie Fils-Aime (@Reggie) April 15, 2019
Trying on my Mii-head one last time! Now it is part of the archives! pic.twitter.com/E6svjO1mAG- Reggie Fils-Aime (@Reggie) April 16, 2019
According to Reggie, the Master Sword will also remain at Nintendo of America’s headquarters to help the next hero fight for wisdom, courage and power – we’re guessing the next person to inherit the sword will be Doug Bowser.
The Master Sword stayed behind. Ready for the next hero to fight for Wisdom, Courage and Power. Thank you, @NintendoAmerica. pic.twitter.com/Pze3oLlUUr- Reggie Fils-Aime (@Reggie) April 16, 2019
Speaking of which, @thetruebowser took to Twitter himself to thank Reggie for everything over the years. At the time of writing, Bowser’s Twitter profile hasn’t been updated yet to reflect his new role at Nintendo of America.
Thank you for everything @Reggie, but most of all thanks for the smiles! pic.twitter.com/TnTyPu5Njg- Doug Bowser (@thetruebowser) April 15, 2019
We’ll be sure to let you know if Reggie posts anything else.
[via twitter.com, twitter.com]
Source:: Daily times