Junichi Tsuchiya

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Junichi Tsuchiya
Date of birth: 1964[1] (age 59-60)
Employment history:
Sega Enterprises (1987-04[2][3] – )
Hitmaker (2000-11[7] – )
Sega ( – 2008[3])
PlayAll (2008-06[3] – )
Role(s): Producer, Director

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Junichi Tsuchiya (土屋 淳一) is a former producer with SEGA. He joined Sega's R&D 1 department in 1987, working as assistant designer to Hisao Oguchi on Heavyweight Champ and World Derby[1]. Since his directorial debut with the arcade golf game Jumbo Ozaki Super Masters, he worked on numerous titles such as Deadalus, Decathlete, and Shenmue during his time at CS1, AM2 and AM3 divisions. Followed his move back to Hitmaker (AM3), he became series producer for the World Club Champion Football arcade soccer series. He left Sega in 2008 to become the CEO of PlayAll.

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