Eiji Kikuchi

aka: E. Kikuchi, 菊池 栄二
Moby ID: 111641

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Began his career at the Riot Subsidiary of Telenet Japan as a graphic artist. He eventually became a director and producer of their games.

In 1994, Telenet Japan closed the Riot division, he was transferred to another subsidiary, Wolf Team . He initially directed Tales of Phantasia, and he has been the director of all of their games since then.

He is best known for directing the Tales series of games for publisher Namco. These days, he leads the Namco Tales Studio and owns 6% of the shares (Namco owns 60%, and Telenet Japan owns 34%).

Credited on 47 games

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Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition (2019, PlayStation 4) General Directors
Tales of Symphonia (2014, PlayStation 3) General Directors
Tales of Xillia 2 (2012, PlayStation 3) General Directors
Tales of Xillia (2011, PlayStation 3) General Directors
Tales of Graces f (2010, PlayStation 3) General Directors
Pac-Man Party (2010, Wii) Total Direction
Tales of Vesperia (2008, Xbox 360) General Directors
Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World (2008, Wii) Directors
Tales of the Tempest (2006, Nintendo DS) Supervisors
Tales of the Abyss (2005, PlayStation 2) General Directors
Swingerz Golf (2002, GameCube) Producer
Tales of Destiny II (2000, PlayStation) Director
Cybernetic Empire (1999, PlayStation) Producer (プロデューサー)
Tales of Destiny (1997, PlayStation) Game Development Producer
Tales of Phantasia (1995, SNES) Director
Cosmic Fantasy 4: Ginga Shōnen Densetsu - Gekitō-hen (1994, TurboGrafx CD) Producer (プロデューサー)
Xak III: The Eternal Recurrence (1994, TurboGrafx CD) Graphics (グラフィック)
Tenshi no Uta: Shiroki Tsubasa no Inori (1994, SNES) Graphics
Cosmic Fantasy 4: Ginga Shōnen Densetsu - Totsunyū-hen (1994, TurboGrafx CD) Producer (プロデューサー)
Dark Kingdom (1994, SNES) Special Thanks

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