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Victor Ireland

Game Credits

Production

Vanguard Bandits (1998)   (Director)
Albert Odyssey: Legend of Eldean (1996)   (Producer )
Iron Storm (1996)   (Producer)
Lunar: The Silver Star (1992)   (Producer)
 

Design

Arc the Lad Collection (2002)   (Director)
Arc the Lad III (1999)   (Director)
Elemental Gearbolt (1997)   (Director)
Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete (1996)   (Director (USA Staff))
Magic Knight Rayearth (1995)   (Director)
Lunar: Eternal Blue (1994)   (Director)
Vay (1993)   (Executive Director)
 

Writers

Vanguard Bandits (1998)   ("Together" Lyrics)
Silhouette Mirage (1997)   ("Leave the Tears Behind" Lyrics)
Magic Knight Rayearth (1995)   (Lyrics (Song "Daring Dreams"))
 

Art/Graphics

Iron Storm (1996)   (Title Design)
 

Audio

Arc the Lad III (1999)   (US Lyrics by)
Alundra (1997)   (Lyrics (ending theme))
Lunar: The Silver Star (1992)   (Audio Re-Recording)
 

Localization

Arc the Lad Collection (2002)   (Translation)
Arc the Lad III (1999)   (Translation)
Alundra (1997)   (Translation)
Elemental Gearbolt (1997)   (Translation)
Silhouette Mirage (1997)   (Director)
Albert Odyssey: Legend of Eldean (1996)   (Translation)
Dragon Force (1996)   (Translation)
Iron Storm (1996)   (English Translation)
Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete (1996)   (Translation (USA Staff))
Magic Knight Rayearth (1995)   (Translation)
Shining Wisdom (1995)   (English translation)
Lunar: Eternal Blue (1994)   (Translation)
Popful Mail (1994)   (English Translation)
Dungeon Explorer II (1993)   (Narration)
Vay (1993)   (Translation)
Exile: Wicked Phenomenon (1992)   (USA Producer)
Lunar: The Silver Star (1992)   (Translation)
Exile (1988)   (USA Translation)
 

Creative Services

Alundra (1997)   (Director )
Dragon Force (1996)   (Manual Design)
Vay (1993)   (Manual Design & Unchi Input)
 

Thanks

ATP Tour Championship Tennis (1994)   (Special Thanks to)
 

Other

Cadash (1989)  
 


Developer Biography

Victor Ireland was born on May 27, 1966. He initially gained prominence in video game journalism by writing reviews for imported PC Engine games. Later, he joined Working Designs, eventually becoming its president. Ireland was instrumental in localizing Japanese console games (most notably RPGs) for the Western market. In 2005 Working Designs was dissolved, and Ireland founded Gaijinworks shortly thereafter.

Last updated: Apr 23, 2012