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|Place of birth: Honolulu, Hawaii, United States|
|Date of birth: 1976 (age 44-45)|
|Company(ies): Tengen, Capcom, Hitsparks Games|
|Role(s): Designer, Translator, Voice actor|
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Christopher Ryu Tang, often known as simply Chris Tang, is an American video game designer and former Tengen and Capcom designer, translator, and voice actor. Notable for his involvement in the design of the Sega Mega Drive games Gauntlet IV and Rampart, and for winning Sega of America's Rock the Rock competition, Tang remains active in the video game industry and is currently developing the upcoming rail shooter Strike Blazinger.
- Main article: Gauntlet IV.
Rock the Rock
- Main article: Rock the Rock.
- Gauntlet IV (Mega Drive; 1993) — Special Thanks to (as Chris Ryu Tang)
- Pocket Fighter (Saturn; 1998) — Special Thanks
- Power Stone (Dreamcast; 1999) — Special Thanks
- Street Fighter Alpha 3 (Saturn; 1999) — Special Thanks
- Street Fighter Alpha 3 (Dreamcast; 1999) — Special Thanks
- JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (Dreamcast; 1999) — Special Thanks
- Plasma Sword: Nightmare of Bilstein (Dreamcast; 1999) — Special Thanks
- Street Fighter III: Double Impact (Dreamcast; 1999) — Message Translator
- Power Stone 2 (Dreamcast; 2000) — Special Thanks
- Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike (Dreamcast; 2000) — Message Translator
- Dino Crisis (Dreamcast; 2000) — Special Thanks
- Street Fighter Zero 3 Upper (NAOMI; 9999) — Special Thanks
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A young Tang with his Nintendo World Championships trophy.
Tang winning a Street Fighter Alpha 2 match.
Tang's credit for producing Gauntlet IV's instruction manual.
A section from Rampart's Japanese manual, detailing Tang's involvement.
Rock the Rock