Osamu Hori

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Osamu Hori
Place of birth: Miyazaki prefecture, Japan[1]
Employment history:
Role(s): Programmer

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Osamu Hori (堀 修), also known as Hori Chan, is a technical manager at Sega of Japan. He joined Sega as a programmer, with early notable works including the Pyramid Magic series, Honoo no Toukyuuji Dodge Danpei and the home ports of both Virtua Racing and Sega Rally Championship. He became a technical director starting with the home ports of Manx TT Super Bike, and he would hold this title at United Game Artists, developers of Space Channel 5 and Rez. After United Game Artists was disbanded in 2003, he moved to Smilebit and its successor Sega Sports Design R&D Dept.. He became involved with mobile games at Sega Networks and the Phantasy Star franchise at Sega Games.

He worked closely with Ryuichi Hattori in the 90's, collaborating on 7 or 8 games[1].

Production history

Magazine articles

Main article: Osamu Hori/Magazine articles.


Main article: Photos of Osamu Hori

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