Former Nintendo President Passes Away Today

Originally posted on Gaming Grad:

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Hiroshi Yamauchi is best known for his efforts as the President of Nintendo prior to the current Satoru Iwata. As a businessman, Yamauchi also owned the Seattle Mariners Major League Baseball Team and was once ranked among the top 500 richest people in the world (#13 in Japan). He has an estimated net worth of approximately $2.5 billion USD.

I am writing this post to pay my respects to the late Yamauchi, who had passed away earlier today. This individual is often said to be the driving force that has shaped Nintendo into what it is now. Here’s a brief history lesson of the legend and his incredible journey resulting in the transformation of Nintendo from a small playing card manufacturer into a common household name.

The Japanese powerhouse left his academic studies at Waseda University in 1949 at the request of his grandfather (the president of Nintendo at the…

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I’m Returning! – NintendoLperZDude

Hello Everybody,

I’m Z-Dude, and I’m also one of the Let’s Players here at BBTHQ. I have to apologize for my hiatus, and lack of posting, but school has been keeping me busy. I do plan to return to uploading/posting videos next week! You guys can look forward to the next episode of my Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team Let’s Play around this upcoming Monday. If you want you can always subscribe to my YouTube channel to stay one step ahead of the other readers here, but you can always just follow this blog to be alerted as to when a new video of mine goes up on this blog.

I know this type of post isn’t normal for this blog, but being as I’m a Let’s Player for this blog, I thought I should let you guys know when I plan on returning to adding videos to this blog.

Well, that does it for my update… I hope each of you watch the second episode of the afterstory of my Red Rescue Team Let’s Play.

Till then,

Z-Dude

TCM Update

Checklist

  • Header
  • Theme
  • Art
  • Title
  • URL (maybe)

If you just read the checklist above, thats’s what I have to do before TCM comes public again (with a new title and maybe URL). For the people who have requested to look at my blog, I am trying to keep it completely secret until the re-opening. That means everyone, including people who blog with me. The header and art will be done in the vicinity of two weeks.

Thanks

Pikachu, the Mouse Pokémon. Image courtesy of PLDH.net

Pokémon Of The Week: Pikachu!

As new topic on bbthq., we are weekly posting a ‘Pokémon of The Week’!
This Pokémon is number 25 in the Kanto Dex and also number 25 in the National Dex. This particular Pokémon was mascot of the game Pokémon Yellow and was the only Pokémon you could have in the overworld.

Pikachu, the Mouse Pokémon. Image courtesy of PLDH.net
Pikachu, the Mouse Pokémon. Image courtesy of PLDH.net

It’s Pikachu!

Japanese Name ピカチュウ (Pikachu)
Type Electric
Abilities Static/Lightningrod (only in Dream World)
Evolving line Evolves from Pichu with enough happiness, and evolves to Raichu with the use of a Thunderstone.
Introduced in Generation I
Flavor It occasionally uses an electric shock to recharge a fellow Pikachu that is in a weakened state.

The nominees for next week are in the Fighting Category: Throh, Machamp or Riolu!
Vote for the next Pokémon of The Week by Tweeting “#POTW” followed by “Throh”, “Machamp” or “Riolu” to @bbthq!

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