Minoru Kanari

From Sega Retro

Not to be confused with Kanako Kohyama, also known as Kan.
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Minoru Kanari
Employment history:
Sega of Japan (1976[1] – )
Technical Promotion
Role(s): Engineer, Producer

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Minoru Kanari (金成 貫) is a Sega staff member who has worked on a number of titles since 1979, including many electromechanical titles such as Monaco GP.[1] An 1992 interview with said person can be found here.

Kanari was head of a 16-bit consumer software development team at Sega during the early 1990s, so likely oversaw a number of projects without receiving an in-game credit. In 1994 he returned to work on arcade games through Hardware R&D.[3]

Production history


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