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Yoshiki Okamoto

Who is Yoshiki Okamoto?

Yoshiki Okamoto is a veteran Japanese video game designer and producer who has made significant contributions to the gaming industry. He is best known for his work at Capcom, where he played a key role in the creation of several iconic franchises.

One of Okamoto's most notable achievements is his involvement in the development of the "Street Fighter" series. He served as the producer of the original "Street Fighter" arcade game in 1987, which laid the foundation for one of the most successful fighting game franchises in history. Okamoto's contributions to "Street Fighter" helped shape the fighting game genre and establish Capcom as a powerhouse in the gaming industry.

Okamoto also played a crucial role in the development of other successful Capcom franchises, including Resident Evil and Mega Man. He served as a producer or executive producer on various titles within these series, contributing to their success and enduring popularity.

Yoshiki Okamoto
Born on:
Video game designer
Known for:
1942, Gun Smoke, Street Fighter II
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Games by Yoshiki Okamoto

This is a chronological list of games designed by Yoshiki Okamoto from 1988 to 1991 on Abandonware DOS for DOS, Windows, Linux or Mac.

Side Arms Hyper Dyne


Forgotten Worlds