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Kow YOKOYAMA / 横山宏


Maschinen Krieger creator, model figure maker, mecha designer and illustrator

Games
Other video game related works
To be confirmed
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Games (in alphabetical order)


AshGuine - Densetsu no seisen-shi / 伝説の聖戦士 アシュギーネ (MSX2 - 1987)
Models, original character design (Source: MSX Fan - December 1987)

Browser Carnage Heart: Programming Soldier / ブラウザ カルネージハート (browser game - 2012)
Unused mecha design (Source: mentioned on the game's official website)

Carnage Heart / カルネージハート (PS1 - 1995)
Mecha design (Source: in-game credits)

Carnage Heart Exa / カルネージハート エクサ (PSP - 2010)
Mecha design (Source: mentioned in a news published by Game Watch Impress)

Carnage Heart EZ / カルネージハートEZ (PS1 - 1997)
Mecha design (Source: mentioned on the game's official website)

Death Brade / デスブレイド (SFC - 1993)
Cover art (Source: credited on the back of the box)

Eiyū Yamato Takeru / 英雄ヤマトタケル (PC-88 - 1985)
Map illustration (Source: credited in an article published by Akiba PC Hotline)

Front Mission / フロントミッション (SFC - 1995)
"3D Up" (Source: in-game credits)

Junkmetal / ジャンクメタル (Windows - 2003)
Main mecha designer (Source: mentioned in an interview with the game producer)
Illustrations (Source: featured on 4Gamer: 1, 2)

Kileak: The blood / キリーク・ザ・ブラッド (PS1 - 1995)
Creature and mecha design (Source: credited on the back of the box of the Japanese version)

Kileak: The blood 2 / キリーク・ザ・ブラッド2: Reason in Madness, AKA Epidemic (PS1 - 1995)
Art Direction, several concept art (Source: credited on the back of the box of the Japanese version)

Okhotsk ni Kiyu / オホーツクに消ゆ (PC-6001 - 1984)
Map illustration (Source: credited in the manual)

Panzer Front / パンツァーフロント (PS1, Dreamcast - 1999)
Tank design (Source: Dreamcast Magazine - September 17, 1999)

Phantom Crash / ファントムクラッシュ (Xbox - 2002)
"Robot Paintworker" (Source: in-game credits)

Point X Senryō Sakusen / ポイントX占領作戦 (MSX - 1986)
Cover art (Source: signature found on the artwork)

Remote Control Dandy SF / リモートコントロールダンディSF (PS2 - 2005)
Mecha design supervisor (Source: credited on the back of the box)
Mecha design (Source: signature found on one artwork)

Robot Battle V / ロボットバトルV (PC-88 - 1986)
Main visual, illustrations (Source: LOGiN - June 1985)

S.F.3.D Original Operation V (PC-88 - 1985)
Models created for several paper ads (Source: credited in each ad)

S.L.A.I. - Steel Lancer Arena International (PS2 - 2005)
"Mech Paint Design" (Source: in-game credits)

Shooting Tsukūru 98 / シューティングツクール98 (PC-98 - 1994)
Cover art (Source: signature found on the artwork)

Silpheed / シルフィード (PC-88 MkII SR - 1986)
Manual illustrations (Source: credited in the manual)

Star Hearts: Hoshi to Daichi no Shisha / スターハーツ 星と大地の使者 (WonderSwan - 2001)
Illustrations, character, monster and item design (Source: mentioned in an article published by Game Watch Impress)

Sword World SFC / ソードワールドSFC (SFC - 1993)
Cover art, promotional illustration (Source: signature found on each artwork)

Taiyō no Shinden: Asteka II / 太陽の神殿 Asteka II, AKA Templo Del Sol (PC-88, PC-98, FM-7, FM-77, X1 - 1986, MSX2 - 1987)
Art director (Source: in-game credits)
Models created for the cover (except for the MSX2 version) (Source: Two Factory)

Venus Fire / ヴィーナスファイヤー (MSX - 1987)
Cover art (Source: signature found on the artwork)

Xanadu / サナドゥ (PC-88 - 1985, MSX2 - 1987)
Cover art, modeling, monster design (Source: Xanadu Visual Collection)

Xanadu Scenario 2 / ザナドゥ シナリオ2 (PC-88, PC-98, X1 - 1986)
Promotional illustrations (Source: signature found on each artwork)

Zeus - Carnage Heart Second / ゼウス カルネージハートセカンド (PS1 - 1998)
Mecha design (Source: mentioned on the game's official website)

Zeus II - Carnage Heart / ゼウスII カルネージハート (PS1 - 1999)
Cover art (Source: signature found on the artwork)
Mecha design (Source: in-game credits)

Zoids 2: Zenebasu no Gyakushū / ゾイド2 ゼネバスの逆襲 (Famicom - 1989)
Cover art, illustrations (Source: signature found on each artwork)

Zowazo World / ぞわぞわーるど (MSX - 1988)
Illustrations (Source: signature found on each artwork)

ZXE-D: Legend of Plasmatlite / ゼクシード (PS1 - 1996)
Concept art (Source: credited on the back of the box)
1 character illustration for the limited edition of the game (Source: credited on the card)


Other video game related works


Ashguine / アシュギーネ 爬人の邪都 (book - 1988)
Cover art, illustrations (Source: credited in the book)

Carnage Heart o Tasuke Program-shū / カルネージハート お助けプログラム集 (book - 1996)
Illustrations (Source: credited in the book)

Famitsu / ファミ通 (magazine - 1986 - 19XX)
Illustrations and cover art for several appendix (Dragon Quest I, II and III Handbooks, Shooting game Illustrated) (Source: signature found on each artwork)

Front Mission: Saizensen Hōkoku / フロントミッション―最前線報告 (novel - 1995)
Illustrations (Source: credited in the book)

Front Mission: In Huffman / フロントミッション in Huffman (artbook - 1995)
Models (Source: credited in the book)

Galaga 30th anniversary website (2011)
Short comics (Source: credited on the website)

Galaga Fighter GFX-D002b / ギャラガ ファイター GFX-D002b (plastic model - 2013)
Design (Source: credited on the official website)
Cover art (Source: signature found on the artwork)

LOGiN (magazine - 198X)
Several illustrations and cover art: Dragon Slayer, Sorcerian handbook, Advanced Fantasian - Play Handbook, etc. (Source: signature found on each artwork)

MSX Magazine (magazine - 1989-90)
Illustrations (Source: signature found on each artwork)

Panasonic MSX2 A1 MkII (computer - 1986)
Cover art (Source: featured in the artbook Two Factory)

Play Online (magazine - 1998-99)
Several cover art (Source: credited in each issue)

Sakura Taisen / サクラ大戦 (Plastic model - 2007)
Mecha design (Source: signature found on artworks shown during his 60th anniversary exhibition)

Soft Vendor Takeru / ソフトベンダーTAKERU (Download service - 1986)
Promotional illustration (Source: signature found on the artwork)

Ultima IV: Avatar e no michi Notebook / ウルティマIV アバタールへの道ノートブック (book - 1987)
Illustrations (Source: credited in the book)

To be confirmed


Carnage Heart Portable / カルネージハート ポータブル (PSP - 2006)
the game is based on Zeus II, it seems that it reuses the designs created for the PS1 game (Source: )

Revival Xanadu 2 / リバイバル ザナドゥ2 (PC-98 - 1995)
it seems that it only reuses models created for the original Xanadu (Source: )



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