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Sun Dec 03 17 04:59pm
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A bit too soon to say. I would be more prone to say they want him to replace Miyamoto, as it's actually the role he took in the company.
But I agree, this past year they really put him in the spotlight in a role closer to the one Iwata had in the presentations. But it may just be the "public figure" position they are giving him, leaving the head of the company in a much more pragmatic role "in the shadows".
We shall see.