Nintendo Console Creator Masayuki Uemura Dies at 78


Masayuki Umura, chief architect of Nintendo Entertainment Systems (NES) and Super NES, has died, local media reported.

He is 6 years old, according to Nikkei Asia, a Japanese newspaper. Umura, a resident of Tokyo, was a visiting professor at Ritsumeikan University in Japan.

In the 197Os, Uemura was responsible for the development of the NES and its successor, the SNES. These consoles have become huge hits with a combined sales of 100 million units worldwide.

Umura, known as one of the chief architects of the popular video game system, died on Monday, according to Japanese newspapers. This has made Nintendo one of the leading video game companies in the world

Umura, a graduate of electronic engineering at the Chiba Institute of Technology in Japan, began teaching at Kyoto University in 2004.

In 1983, the disk system hit the Japanese market as Nintendo’s first cartridge-based console. This enables users to play an extended range of video games

The Super Famicom was later released in 1990.

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