Wednesday, July 15, 2015

EXP Podcast #337: Remembering Satoru Iwata

Would that we all could create so much happiness.
We had some sad news this past week: long-time game developer and Nintendo CEO, Satoru Iwata, died. This week, we pay tribute to him by talking about his incredible career and accomplishments. He leaves us with a huge legacy of outstanding games, so please jump into the comments with your memories.

- Here's the show's stand-alone feed
- Listen to the podcast in your browser by left-clicking here, right-click and select "save as link" to download the show in MP3 format, or click play below.

Show Notes:

- Runtime: 30 mins 25 sec
- Music by Brad Sucks


  1. Mnemonic Michael CheahJuly 18, 2015 at 9:18 AM

    Hello there!
    Thanks for your podcast on remembering Satoru Iwata. This is my first time
    listening to Experience Points’ podcast. It was a good action for giving
    tribute with your podcast to the giant in the gaming industry who just passed
    away recently. The contents of your podcast are really great which brings back
    a lot of childhood memories of every gamer. After listening to your podcast, I
    do know more about Satoru Iwata’s incredible career and accomplishments. It was
    overall a very great podcast. But sadly due to English is not my first
    language, I couldn’t listen clearly every details you spoke in your podcast
    despite I’ve repeated it several times. The speed of your speaking is way too
    fast and without subtitles. It’s relatively hard to listen to every details for
    those whom English is their second or third language. Despite all these, you do
    done a great job by emphasis the important points with a deeper tone, that I
    could at least get your meaning. Thanks again for the great podcast!

  2. Donny Chong Shia HuaJuly 18, 2015 at 12:36 PM


  3. Regarding "puppet": They were referring to the Nintendo presentation at E3 which featured actual puppet versions of Iwata, Miyamoto, and Fils-Aime; check out the picture at the top of the post, they look pretty cool. :-)

  4. Donny Chong Shia HuaJuly 26, 2015 at 6:00 AM

    ah ic. thx for the enlightenment