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{{sub-stub}}'''{{PAGENAME}}''' is a chief artist of [[Sega]], who frequently works with [[Toshihiro Nagoshi]]. Migrated from [[Smilebit]].
 
 
 
==Production history==
 
*''[[Sonic CD]]'' (1993) — Special Thanks
 
* ''[[Formula One World Championship: Beyond the Limit]]'' (1994) — Special Thanks
 
* ''[[Astal]]'' (1995) —  Special Thanks
 
* ''[[Clockwork Knight 2 ]]'' (1995) —  Special Thanks
 
* ''[[Panzer Dragoon]]'' (1995) — Title Logo Design, Enemy Model Production, Effects
 
* ''[[Panzer Dragoon Zwei]]'' (1996) — Character Model Production
 
* ''[[Shinseiki Evangelion 2nd Impression]]'' (1997) — Eva Model Production Technical Advisor
 
* ''[[Panzer Dragoon Saga]]'' (1998) — Enemy Design
 
* ''[[Sega Rally 2]]'' (Dreamcast & PC Versions) (1999) — 3D Artists
 
* ''[[Hundred Swords]]'' (2001) —  Chief Artists
 
* ''[[Panzer Dragoon Orta]]'' (2002) — Art Director
 
* ''[[Yakuza]]'' (2005) — Pipeline design & FX Lead Artist
 
*''[[Yakuza 2]]'' (2006)— FX Lead Artist
 
* ''[[Ryu ga Gotoku Kenzan!]]'' (2008) — FX Lead Artist
 
*''[[Yakuza 3]]'' (2009) — FX Lead Artist
 
* ''[[Yakuza 4]]'' (2010) — FX Lead Artist
 
* ''[[Yakuza Dead Souls]]'' (2011) — FX Lead Artist
 
* ''[[Yakuza 5]]'' (2012) — FX Lead Artist & Technical Artists
 
 
 
==References==
 
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