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The bloke that probably does a bit too much
Things to do at some stage
unless of course someone wants to do it for me
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Re: Quick question 2: the questioning
Probably. Definitely the same one who worked on THofD2 (b/c they're both AM1 made). Guess he did get promoted to AM1 (3 years ['94-'97] isn't too big a gap, right? ^^;), but hey, what do I know? I'm not even sure if he did the other stuff on here (from '93-'01, anyway).
As for red links, I've pretty much been spoiled by MobyGames (just look at what I did to the likes of Vectorman 2, Streets of Rage 3 and Sega Rally Championship), so I'm just being lazy there since arcade game pages don't exist. At the very least, the text exists to be searched for now.
Besides, I've run into my own dilemma in the arcade sector: Keisuke Tsukahara the cabinet designer vs. Keisuke Tsukahara the sound designer. I'm just writing what was in the game to begin with and sticking to what I know for now: taking them down one at a time (game or person) with an occasional detour (Kunitake Aoki, Hiroaki Chino, etc.) and marking the few obvious ones (Hisao Oguchi, Tetsuya Mizuguchi, Naoya Tsurumi, etc.). E-102 17:09, 15 April 2012 (CDT)
Re:Re: Quick question 2: the questioning
More likely now, actually. There is an "A.Watanabe" credited for design with Indy 500 (1995) and WaveRunner (1996), both times with top billing, just like with Motor Raid and THotD2. I think it's safe to say they're one in the same now. E-102 06:39, 22 April 2012 (CDT)
Nobody has ever kept records (except one Spanish site?) so lots and lots of missing stuff ahead.