User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.

Takanari Suzuki

Game Credits

Production

Jesus: Kyōfu no Bio-Monster (1987)   (Directed by)
 

Design

Jesus II (1991)   (Director (ディレクター))
Jesus: Kyōfu no Bio-Monster (1987)   (Jesus Original Staff)
 

Programming/Engineering

Jesus: Kyōfu no Bio-Monster (1987)   (Program)
Xevious (1982)   (Programmed by 1985)
 

Other

Jesus II (1991)   ((C) 1991)
 


Developer Biography

Takanari Suzuki (鈴木孝成, born Jan. 28, 1953), also known by the pen name Game Kyōjin (芸夢狂人) is a programmer and doctor of medicine from Nagano, Japan. In the early 1980s, while studying radiology, he wrote a number of unofficial conversions of popular arcade games in BASIC to various 8-bit computers, which were published in the Japanese computer magazine I/O. He joined Enix in 1983 as a lead programmer, where he worked on a number of titles. In particular, his PC-88 conversion of Xevious was done in his spare time, but Enix wound up releasing it as a commercial project after he brought it in to work.

After the release of Jesus II in 1991, Suzuki left Enix to study medicine overseas, and has been working as a general practitioner of medicine in Tokyo since 1995.

Last updated: Aug 09, 2012