For gamers of a certain vintage, the original Nintendo NES and SNES consoles represented the height of technology design and still provide an ample dose of the warm fuzzies today.
The man behind the North American versions of both consoles and the European NES is riding into the sunset for a well-earned retirement, after almost 40 years designing products for the iconic Japanese firm.
In a post on LinkedIn (spied by Nintendo Life), Barr wrote: “After almost 39 years at Nintendo, I am retiring and moving onto “other” projects.
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