Yasuhiro Fukushima

Also Known As

  • Y. Fukusima

Game Credits


Planet Laika (1999)   (Publisher)
Rakugaki Showtime (1999)   (Wonderful President (ステキな しゃちょー))
Astronōka (1998)   (Publisher)
Bust A Groove (1998)   (Publisher)
Eggs of Steel (1998)   (Publisher)
Star Ocean: The Second Story (1998)   (President)
Star Ocean (1996)   (Publisher)
Wonder Project J2 (1996)   (Publisher (パブリッシャー))
Hameln no Violin Hiki (1995)   (Publisher)
Terranigma (1995)   (Publisher)
Brain Lord (1994)   (Publisher)
Robotrek (1994)   (Publisher)
Illusion of Gaia (1993)   (Publisher)
ActRaiser (1990)   (Publisher)
Dragon Warrior III (1988)   (Publisher)
Dragon Warrior II (1987)   (Publisher)


Final Fantasy X-2 (2003)   (General Producer)
Sword of Mana (2003)   (Executive Producer)
Ore ga Kantoku da!: Gekitō Pennant Race (2000)   (Publisher (パブリッシャー))
Itadaki Street: Gorgeous King (1998)   (Publisher)
Itadaki Street 2: Neon Sign wa Bara-iro ni (1994)   (Publisher)
ActRaiser 2 (1993)   (Executive Producer / Publisher)
E.V.O.: Search for Eden (1992)   (Publisher)


Mystic Ark (1995)   (Publisher)

Public Relations

Mischief Makers (1997)   (Publisher )
Paladin's Quest (1992)   (Publisher)
Soul Blazer (1992)   (Published by)
Dragon Warrior III (1988)   (Publisher)


Dragon Warrior I & II (1999)   (President)
Valkyrie Profile (1999)   (President)
ActRaiser (1990)   (Publisher)


Snack Truck Fever (2015)   (Special Thanks)


Dragon Warrior Monsters (1998)   (President)
Dark Half (1996)   (Publisher)
Mahōjin GuruGuru 2 (1996)   (Publisher)
Dragon Quest VI: Maboroshi no Daichi (1995)   (Publisher)
Nekketsu Tairiku: Burning Heroes (1995)   (Publisher (パブリッシャー))
King Arthur & the Knights of Justice (1994)   (Publisher)
Wonder Project J: Kikai no Shōnen Pino (1994)   (Publisher)
The 7th Saga (1993)   (Published by)
Jutei Senki (1993)   (Publisher)
Dragon Quest V: Tenkū no Hanayome (1992)   (Publisher)
Dragon Warrior IV (1990)   (Publisher)


Bust a Groove 2 (1999)   (Publisher)
Just Breed (1992)   (Published by)

Developer Biography

Yasuhiro Fukushima was a member of Enix at it's founding as a subsidiary of Eidansha Boshu Service Center. He was initially the president of the company, but became the company's chairman of the board.

Since the merger of Square and Enix, he has become the chairman of that company.

Last updated: Sep 30, 2006