Daichi Katagiri

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Daichi Katagiri
Date of birth: 1968[1] (age 53-54)
Employment history:
Sega of Japan (1992[1] – )
Role(s): Director, Programmer

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Daichi Katagiri (片桐 大智) joined Sega AM2 in 1992 as a programmer. He was an expert player of Capcom's Street Fighter II, which Yu Suzuki thought would be of good use for his games, since Suzuki does not play games himself. In the second AM R&D division, he worked on the creation of numerous arcade games including the Virtua Fighter series, Daytona USA and Fighting Vipers. He also supervised the entirety of [[Virtua Fighter 4]] as a development team leader.

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