Takenori Kimoto

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Takenori Kimoto




Takenori Kimoto is a game designer who worked for Capcom in the 1990's and 2000's. He has worked on a number of Capcom fighting games, including games in the Street Fighter, Vampire Savior, Darkstalkers, and Marvel vs Capcom franchises. He worked on two of the Capcom developed Zelda titles, including Four Swords and The Minish Cap. In both Zelda games he worked on, he was credited with Object Design.


Release Game Credit(s)
2002 Four Swords Object Design
2004 The Minish Cap Object Design