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Yasushi Yamaguchi, also known as Judy Totoya (and Judy Toyota in the 2011 re-release of Sonic CD), was a character designer at Sega. Among other things, he designed the character Tails from the Sonic the Hedgehog series.

Production history

  • Super Thunder Blade (1988) — Art Designer (as Judy Totoya)
  • Cyborg Hunter (1988) — Designer (as Judy Totoya)
  • Phantasy Star II (1989) — Mechanical Design (as JudyTotoya)
  • Last Battle (1989) — Special Designer (as Judy Totoya)
  • Sorcerian (Mega Drive Version) (1990) — Scenario Written (as Judy Totoya), Graphic Designed (as Judy Totoya)
  • Shadow Dancer: The Secret of Shinobi (1990) — Test Player (as Judy Totoya)
  • Advanced Daisenryaku: Deutsch Dengeki Sakusen (1991) — land unit (unit design) (Designer) (as Judy★Totoya), Map Editer (as J.Toyoda)
  • Kid Chameleon (1992) — Art
  • Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (Mega Drive Version) (1992) — Character Design and Chief Artist (as Yasushi Yamaguchi (Judy Totoya)), Zone Artist
  • Sonic CD (1993) — Special Stage Designer (as Yasushi Yamaguchi (Judy Totoya)), Scroll Design (Secret Special Stage Staff)
  • Magic Knight Rayearth (Saturn Version) (1995) — Art Director
  • Shadowgate 64: The Trials of the Four Towers (1999) — Developed by (TNS Co., Ltd.)
  • Gunvalkyrie (2002) — Illustration
  • Twinbee Portable (2007) — Design Unit
  • Sonic CD (XBLA and PSN Versions) (2011) — Special Stage Designer (Original Mega CD Staff) (as Yasushi Yamaguchi (Judy Toyota))