Takashi Yamada

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Takashi Yamada
Employment history:
Role(s): Programmer

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Takashi Yamada (山田 高史) is a programmer at Sega of Japan. In his early years at Sega and Hitmaker, he was well-known within the company for spending thousands of yen on Bishoujo games, but for mainly working on the complete opposite kinds of games: L.A. Machineguns, the Crazy Taxi series, and later, the Initial D series.

For the Hitmaker column Hito Maker, Yamada analyzed the various stages a "gal gamer" typically went through when discovering their love of the genre[2] This was followed up by Atsushi Watanabe[3] This was followed by several entries into the column written by Hitmaker's Atsushi Watanabe[3], Daisuke Ide[1] and Yasuto Muraki[4] about their first encounters with Yamada.

Production history

External links

  • Hito Maker entry 54