Jun Fukushima

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Jun Fukushima
Employment history:
Data East (1989-04[1] – 1998-03[1])
Sega Enterprises (1998-04[1] – )
Sega (?? – 2008-03[1])
Liveware (2008-04[1] – 2011-09[1])
Marvelous (2011-10[1] – 2016-12[1])
Role(s): Designer

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Jun Fukushima (福島 純), also known as Jun Fuxima, is a former programmer at Sega of Japan. He first worked at Data East on the Metal Max series, Magical Drop series and the SNES version of Fighter's History Dynamite. At Sega, he is most notable for programming the VMU minigames in Sonic Adventure and the chat/match bulletin board in Pro Yakyuu Team de Asobou Net![1], as well as various other sports games.

After leaving Sega in 2008, he worked at Liveware for 3 years and at Marvelous for 5 years. Since then he seems to have worked at M2 on games like Rune Factory 4 Special.

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