Many Nintendo fans want a new entry in the popular sci-fi racing series, F-zero. However, it was reported that only one brave fan was dedicated enough to spend 5 million yen (about $ 40,000) on Nintendo shares and gave him a chance to ask the Japanese publisher. F-zero and the direct future.
During the annual shareholders’ meeting on June 29, an investor called and asked Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa that the company was considering returning the favorite franchises of its fansspecifically F-zero. More than 15 years have passed since the last release of the series, and therefore the question attracted the attention of fans is hopeless for a new entry in the futuristic racing title. Now, thanks to a new report, we know who asked this question and why.
according to Business Insideran investor asking about F-zero He is a Nintendo fan who spent 5.6 million yen per 100 shares after selling shares in a different company in February. The investor wanted to remain anonymous and is simply known by his Twitter username: Momiji. He describes himself as an “extraordinary fan.”
“I’ve been playing Nintendo games since I was a kid,” Momiji said insider. “I am not satisfied with the feeling of speed between them F-zero. ”
He said he received enough shares to attend the meeting insider he was not guaranteed to be questioned. He said asking questions was a “bonus.” Nintendo later confirmed insider that you need 100 or more shares to attend these annual shareholders ’meetings.
After asking about F-zeroThe president of Nintendo basically offered the answer “Thank you for your question, but no.”
“It’s really hard to come up with new titles and remakes for every Nintendo game that people want, including sequels,” Furukawa Momiji said in a verified translation. “But we are very grateful and appreciate the expectations of our fans about our games.”
Nintendo CEO Shinnya Takahashi was a little more optimistic, but was reluctant to promise anything.
“During the 79th Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders in 2019, we were asked whether there were any plans to restructure the shareholders. Famicom Detective Club series and at that time we were accidentally planning a remake, ”he said. VGC. “This is an example that we are already actively developing such a title.”
“We can’t tell you if there are any plans for future remakes of any particular game,” Takahashi said. “But in development, we are always thinking about the different opportunities that players can enjoy.”
So, I think there is a chance. I’m not sure if this answer is worth $ 40,000, but at least Momiji still owns shares in one of the world’s most popular video game companies. It’s probably worth something!