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Hiroshi Yamauchi, Who Ran Nintendo for 53 Years, Dies at Age 85 46503

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Nintendo Co President Hiroshi Yamauchi speaks during a press conference on his stepping down on May 24, 2002 in Kyoto, Japan. - high-definition photo for free download.

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