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Yoshihiro Ono (小野義徳 Ono Yoshinori?) is a Japanese artist and producer. Until September 2020 he worked for Capcom, where he was known for his work in tournament fighters.

Career

Ono's early career was built around the Company's thriving arcade industry of the early 1990s, where he was responsible for sound effects and music in the Street Fighter titles among others. At the end of the decade he became a company producer and became more focused on console games, while also tackling the ad campaigns for games, such as Studio 4's Dino Crisis 2, Studio 3's Resident Evil Survivor,[1] and also doing character designs for Studio 1's Resident Evil Outbreak.[2] He is known to have worked on Studio 3's Resident Evil 0 when it was retooled for the GameCube.[3]

By the mid-2000s, Ono became the senior producer responsible for the Street Fighter titles in a studio that evolved into Division 2.

Gameography

Title Release status Credited as
Saturday Night Slam Masters July 13, 1993 Music Producer (Uncredited)[4]
Street Fighter Alpha June 5, 1995 Sound Programmer (Uncredited)[5]
Mega Man: Battle & Chase March 20, 1997 Music Composer
Street Fighter Alpha 3 June 29, 1998 Sound Manager
Street Fighter III 3rd Strike May 12, 1999 Sound Producer
Breath of Fire IV April 27, 2000 Opening FMV Sound Manager
Spawn: In the Demon's Hand August 10, 2000 Sound Producer
Dino Crisis 2 September 13, 2000 Publicist
Devil May Cry October 16, 2001 Sound Design Coordination
Onimusha: Warlords January 25, 2001 Sound Manager
Heavy Metal: Geomatrix July 12, 2001 Sound Producer
Onimusha 2: Samurai's Destiny March 7, 2002 Assistant Producer
Chaos Legion March 6, 2003 Producer
Resident Evil Outbreak December 11, 2003 CG modeling
Resident Evil Outbreak File 2 September 9, 2004 Character design director
Capcom Fighting Jam November 16, 2004 Producer
Shadow of Rome February 4, 2005 Producer
Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams January 26, 2006 Producer
Dead Rising August 8, 2006 Co-Producer
Monster Hunter Frontier Online June 21, 2007 Producer
Street Fighter IV July 18, 2008 (Arcade), February 12, 2009 (PS3 & X360) Producer/project manager
Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars December 2008 General Manager
Super Street Fighter IV April 27, 2010 (PS3 & X360), 26 February 2011 (3DS) Producer
Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition December 16, 2010 (Arcade), June 7, 2011 (PS3 & X360), July 5, 2011 (PC) Producer
Street Fighter III 3rd Strike Online Edition June 30, 2011 Executive Producer
Street Fighter X Tekken March 8, 2012 (PS3 & X360), May 11, 2012 (PC), October 19, 2012 (PSVita) Executive Producer
Monster Hunter Frontier G April 17, 2013 (X360 & PC), November 20, 2013 (PS3), December 11, 2013 (Wii U) Executive Producer
Darkstalkers Resurrection March 12, 2013 Executive Producer
Ultra Street Fighter IV April 2014 (Arcade), June 3, 2014 (PS3 & X360), August 8, 2014 (PC) Executive Producer
Street Fighter V February 2016 Executive Producer
Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers May 2017 Producer
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite September 2017 Executive Producer
Deep Down Cancelled Executive Producer

Sources

  1. Resident Evil: Survivor Credits (PlayStation). MobyGames. Retrieved on 2018-04-07.
  2. Resident Evil Outbreak credits - MobyGames.
  3. Resident Evil 0 Credits (GameCube). MobyGames. Retrieved on 2018-04-09.
  4. The Rise and Collapse of Yoshinori Ono.
  5. https://bojoga.com.br/retroplay/colunas/dossie-retro/yoshinori-ono-inovador-do-divertimento/

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