Video game frontman and former President of Nintendo of America Reggie Fils-Aime has been inducted into the International Video Game Hall of Fame and Museum.
Announced by the official Twitter and Youtube, the IVGHFM is an upcoming museum dedicated to honoring electronic entertainment and all of the examples and figures in that industry. They'll also preserve items and artifacts from video game history.
More than inducted, Reggie will also be awarded the Walter Day Life Time Achievement Award. Named after the founder of Twin Galaxies, a video game world record organization.
Reggie even gives a speech, showing honor for being given such an award, and thanking Triforce GameMaster for the nomination and for all of the players that enjoyed his efforts these many years.
The former executive retired earlier this year, naming Doug Bowser as his successor and the new President of Nintendo of America. While he's no longer working, he remains a special person in countless gamers' hearts.