|Arc the Lad Collection (2002)||(Programming)|
|Vanguard Bandits (1998)||(Reprogramming)|
|Silhouette Mirage (1997)||(Reprogramming)|
Ken started at Working Designs in 1999 after graduating from CSUS. The first game he worked on was Silhouette Mirage (for PlayStation). That was followed by Vanguard Bandits (also for PlayStation). Shortly after starting work on Arc The Lad Collection, the other programmer, Tim Trzepacz, left the company and Ken took over the Lunar II: Eternal Blue Complete project.
Then the PlayStation 2 came along. The first title that Ken worked on for this system was Growlanser II, and that was followed up with Growlanser III (though both titles ended up being released together as Growlanser Generations). The last game that Ken worked on before the company went under was Goemon. Although the game was completely finished except for a bit of unpolished dialog, it was never released.
Last updated: Oct 18, 2006
- Ken's Game Trading Zone Profile -- Lists the videogames and DVDs that Ken has and wants.
- Absolute Anime -- This anime-related website was created by Ken while in college, and remained his hobby even after graduating and joining the Working Designs team. Nowadays, the site contains thousands of anime-related profiles in addition to various other sections.
- MySpace -- Ken's MySpace profile