Reggie Fils-Aime to Retire From Nintendo of America

One of the most beloved figures in all of video games is retiring from his longtime position as President with Nintendo of America on April 15th. Reggie Fils-Aime is iconic across the gaming world for his large appearance, and his E4 2004 introduction, in which he loudly announced, “My name is Reggie. I’m about kickin’ ass, I’m about takin’ names, and we’re about makin’ games.”

After his retirement, he will be replaced by Nintendo of America Marketing director, Doug Bowser. No, that’s not a joke.


Chrono Trigger Releases on PC


The fan-favorite classic, Chrono Trigger, is now available on Steam priced at $14.99. Until April 2nd, players can grab it as a limited edition with a Chrono Trigger medley that includes the songs “Battle with Magus,” “Chrono Trigger,” “Corridors of Time,” “Far Off Promise,” and “Wind Scene,” digital liner notes from composer Yasunori Mitsuda, and six wallpapers.

The PC version of Chrono Trigger has a number of features unique to it with optimized visuals, and support for keyboard and mouse, or controller. It also features a new autosave function, and the bonus dungeons from the Nintendo DS and mobile versions, Dimensional Vortex and Lost Sanctum, are both present. Chrono Trigger is also available on the Super NES, PlayStation, Nintendo DS and both Android and Apple iOS devices.