Nintendo's Satoru Iwata believes in rewarding a job well done. As E3 2012 closes, he's assembled his top men to congratulate them on another successful expo, but some employees did a better job than others. Watch this short clip to see which familiar Nintendo management faces did a great job and which one did the best. Thumbs up! I have to admit, while you may have mixed feelings on Nintendo's overall E3 performance this year, you must acknowledge that the company has a sense of humor about itself that its competition can't always match. It makes people like Iwata, Shigeru Miyamoto, and even corporate enforcer Reggie Fils-Aime seem all the more human and less like management robots who are programmed to ceaselessly monitor the bottom line.