The results from Nintendo's AGM are in, and as we already know, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata isn't going anywhere — his approval rating has actually risen over the past year by 3 percent.

Last year, his rating was 77.26 percent, but this year's figure is a slightly better 80.64 percent.

However, this rise was something of an anomaly, as elsewhere across Nintendo's board the ratings dropped slightly. Even Shigeru Miyamoto — the creator of some of Nintendo's most treasured franchises — saw his approval rating drop from 92.74 percent to 86.81 percent.

Could Iwata's ratings rise be connected to his recent health issues, and voters have given him a sympathetic boost? Or was the company's robust E3 showing the reason behind the jump? Let us know what you think by posting a comment below.