1. Megalegacy98

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    Way too young... he inspired many people (like me) and he's the reason why we are here today, very sorry to hear of his passing :cry:
     
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    I wonder which natural cause...

    Such terrible news, his name was very strong on the Wii scene.
     
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    bushing, thank you for all the work and life you put in development of the older consoles as of now.

    I will follow this legacy pretty much like Iwata's passing. I hope you find peace. Condolences to your family & friends .

    Coto.
     
  4. aljpn91

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    i hope he didn't suffered much
    my respect goes out to his family and loved ones
     
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    Rest in peace.
     
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    Why is it the ones that actually contribute are the ones that go early?
     
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  7. LightyKD

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    Came to pay my respects.


    -Thanks for making Wii gaming more awesome and helping to further cement it as my favorite Nintendo console. My condolences to his family. Not sure of an appropriate emoji but holding up a Wii remote in his honor seems fitting... :yaywii:
     
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  8. nonamejohn

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    35 is to young. Rest in peace. Let's hope those of us in this age bracket don't pass at this age as well.
     
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    So sad to lose a legend like Bushing at such a young age. Rest in Peace.
     
  10. I_AM_L_FORCE

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    Wow, this should not have been his time... RIP
     
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  11. Costello

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    such sad news :(
    Rest in peace, Mr. Bushing
    my condolences to ben's family.
     
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    very sad indeed, and 35 wow, the scene will always remember !!!!
     
  13. Jacobeian

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    He was the nicest and most helpful console hacker I've "met", without him and his buddies, the Wii hacking and homebrew scene would not have been where it is now. The Homebrew Channel and libogc are a testimony to how talented he was.

    If his friends or his family ever read this thread, know that despite GBATemp being sometime a stupid and selfish community, "Bushing" always has been a very appreciated and respected guy here, and will be remembered for his kindness and his patience to teach others with his knowledge.
     
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  14. OriginalHamster

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    Just saw this news over wiibrew, we lost a great member :c
     
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    Such a shame to lose such a great mind at such a young age. I never got to talk to him nor did I know him personally, but I (and just about all of us) know him as the guy who shaped the Wii modding community and many others into what they are today. My condolences go out to all his friends and family at this tough time for them. I honestly cannot express how grateful I am for all the work he's done over all these years to make all of our Wii's that little bit more special. I'd like to think that all our modded Wii's are bushing's legacy, and that each of them will always have a little piece of him inside.

    Rest in peace, bushing. May you have a peaceful rest, knowing that you will always be missed by many.

    :yaywii:
     
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  16. BurningDesire

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    He died from natural causes at age 35. that's so young. May he rest in pace. He will have a place in my prayers tonight.
     
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    my thoughts are with his family and friends. rest in peace

    (this reminds me of yoteslaya)
     
  18. chrisrlink

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    I'm just curious on the "Natural causes" determination cause he was very young RIP
     
  19. controlio

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    there is nothig to be curious about. the cause of his death is none of our buisness. he died naturaly, maybe he had a terminal illness, maybe it was a sudden death, like a stroke or heart failure. there are allot of ways to die naturaly at this age.

    RIP and thanks for all the Wii stuff.
     
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    Back in the Wii days I enjoyed your blog posts a lot, Bushing. Thanks for all & see you in the next level.
     
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