Yoichi Nakazato

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Yoichi Nakazato
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Role(s): Programmer

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Yoichi Nakazato (中里 洋一) is a former programmer at Sega of Japan. He was the lead programmer for Kanzen Chuukei Pro Yakyuu Greatest Nine. After some 1995/1996 corporate restructuring, he ended up working at Sega AM2 on Virtua Fighter 3 and Digital Dance Mix Vol. 1 Namie Amuro. He may have later worked for Square on a sports game which had a program patented in December 2001[1], most likely Nichibeikan Pro Yakyuu: Final League.

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