Reggie Inducted Into Video Game Hall Of Fame

The former NOA President has been honoured with the Walter Day Life Time Achievement Award.


We may be living under the reign of Bowser these days, but there’s still plenty of love out there for Nintendo of America’s former president Reggie Fils-Aimé. So much in fact, that the Regginator has been inducted into the International Video Game Hall of Fame.

Reggie has received the prestigious "Walter Day Life Time Achievement Award, after being nominated by Triforce. Reggie thanked them during his acceptance speech, and noted they were "always first in line" at Nintendo's launch events.

Always having time for the fans, Reggie also thanked the community at large for all their support, and noted that he was happy to have received the award at a time when Nintendo is flying high thanks to the success of the Switch.

Reggie also got inducted alongside two Nintendo classics. Super Mario 64 and Super Smash Bros Melee were both included in the 1990s and 2000s game categories respectively.

There’s a great montage video of Reggie's career in the industry put together by the Hall of Fame, and you can also check out his acceptance speech in the video below: