Satoru Okada

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Photo of Satoru Okada.
Photo of Satoru Okada, from an interview with the magazine STG Gameside

Satoru Okada is the former general manager of Nintendo Research & Engineering, the division designing and developing Nintendo handheld game consoles. First working at Nintendo Research & Development 1, he was the hardware designer of the Game & Watch series and the Game Boy, and directed several of Nintendo R&D1's early console and handheld games, including Metroid and Kid Icarus.

He was promoted to head of Nintendo Research & Engineering, where he oversaw the development of Nintendo's portable systems starting with the Game Boy Color. Satoru Okada retired after the release of the Nintendo DSi XL.

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