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Masato Nishimura

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Masato Nishimura
Place of birth: Kashiwa, Chiba prefecture, Japan
Company(ies): Sega of Japan
Role(s): Designer
Education: Kashiwa Chuo High School

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Masato Nishimura (西村 真人), also known as Majin/Mazin (まぢん), is a designer at Sega. In Sonic CD he was responsible for the infamous "fun is infinite" hidden image and also provided a few voice lines for Sonic in the game.[1] He has been working on console and arcade games for more than 25 years and continues to develop arcade games to this day.

Production history

  • Bug! (Saturn;
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    1995) — Special Thanks
  • Shenmue (Dreamcast;
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    1999) — Assistant Main 3D Back Ground Designers
  • US Shenmue (Dreamcast;
    2001) — Asst. Main Designers
  • Shenmue II (Dreamcast;
    2001) — Main 3D Back Ground Designers
  • NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams (Wii;
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    2007) — Programmers
  • Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown (Xbox 360;
    2012) — Designer
  • 3D Fantasy Zone: Opa-Opa Bros. (Nintendo 3DS;
    2014) — Special Thanks


External links

Masato Nishimura on Twitter

References