Reggie Fils-Aimé has now officially left the building. After many years of "kickin' ass", "takin' names" and "makin' games", he's finally retired from his role as the president at Nintendo of America. On the plus side, he's decided to open a Twitter account and is already bombarding his followers with lots of interesting Nintendo-related photos.
This time around, he's shared some more pictures of the gifts and souvenirs he received at the last of his retirement events. This follows on from the special painting Geoff Keighley gave him. As you can see above and below, he got some lovely artwork from Retro Studios, a giant Mario Statue and even scored an old Virtual Boy. Here's the full rundown:
"Last of my retirement events was last night. Received some wonderful gifts and souvenirs. Yes, that is a working Virtual Boy. Art from Retro Studios. Notebook for names taken. A plastic ass to kick. A book of notes from employees. And a Mario statue. End of an era."
Reggie Fils-Aimé - Congratulations on your retirement and years of dedicated service. From all your friends at Nintendo and fans around the world.
What do you think he'll post about now that he's finished up with Nintendo? Tell us down in the comments.