March 20, 2011

A tribute to game designers from the land of the rising sun…

Japan was hit last week with an immense hardship; people missing or dead, towns washed away, devastation affecting the entire country. This is a trying time for our friends in the west. While the world aids this great nation that has contributed so much in the way of technology, so will us as a community. Starting this week a tribute to Japan, I will be posting an article every day on a different developer and key people from the Industry that are based out of Japan. From Nintendo, people like Shigeru Miyamoto and Gunpei Yokoi, to Capcom, Keiji Inafune and Shinji Mikami, Square Enix/MIstwalker with Hironobu Sakaguchi and Nobuo Uematsu, and several more industry greats that have given us the pleasure of playing their creations. Japan has given us pocky, anime, and great game franchises as well as the rebirth of the home video game market. Let us pay tribute to some of the greatest names in the industry and hope that in this time of need every one is well. The articles will start on Monday, the 21st, and continue through the week.

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  2. thsoundman - March 21, 2011 12:35 am

    We really should get a donation campaign going to help with the disaster there. In otherwise good news it appears they almost have the reactor under control and will avoid a major melt down. Hopefully they can get it fully under control. here is to hoping that the crazy fools brave enough to get close enough to work on that reactor don’t have any serious adverse long last effects. My prayers go up for the Japanese nation.

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  3. PimpmasterF - March 20, 2011 12:42 pm

    I think this is awesome what you are doing here, hopefully this will attract some attention and shine a little light on an otherwise dark time for many.

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