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Staff of My Pokémon Ranch

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This list of staff members worked on the fourth generation Pokémon game, My Pokémon Ranch. The game was published by Nintendo and developed by Ambrella. All names are given in Western order.

Staff

General Director

  • Muneaki Ozawa

Project Director

  • Yoshihiro Hatta

Design Director

  • Yoshiyuki Oku

Concept Design

  • Muneaki Ozawa
  • Hiroyuki Yamanaka

Game-Planning Lead

  • Norio Matsumura

Game Planning

  • OBATA Miki
  • Yoshihiro Hatta
  • Watanabe Hirotake

Programming Lead

  • Nayuta Taga

Programming

  • Takayuki Ito
  • Ein Terakawa
  • Hisato Matsumoto
  • Yosuke Suma
  • Daisuke Yoshimitsu

Script

  • Yoshihiro Hatta
  • Watanabe Hirotake

Sound

  • OBATA Miki

Design

  • Shin Naka
  • Hiroyuki Yamanaka
  • Yoshiyuki Oku
  • Kouhei Hachikawa

Debug

  • Shigeo Kimura
  • Toru Inage
  • Super Mario Club

English Localisation

  • Yasahiro Usui
  • Rutsuko Noda

English-Version Editing

  • Kellyn Ballard
  • Michael G. Ryan

European Localisation Management

  • Andy Fey
  • Paul Logue

English Translation

  • Zakir Rahman
  • Andrew Steele

German Translation

  • Rafael Jagielski
  • Sven Pötzl

French Translation

  • Gurvan Le Guen
  • Zadia Messerli

Spanish Translation

  • José Manuel Malagón León
  • Alex Valero "Danda"

Italian Translation

  • Marco Guasco
  • Giovanna Prati

Dutch Translation

  • Chris Hoppenbrouwers
  • Emiel Wienholts

Validation & Testing

  • NOA Product Testing Team
  • NOE Product Testing Team
  • Thomas Hertzog
  • Steffen Lotz
  • Makiko Szolas

Artwork Coordination

  • Adrian Michalski
  • Dmitrij Sobin
  • Peter Swietochowski
  • Silke Sczyrba

Manual Programming

  • Dmitrij Sobin
  • Zuber Anzaghe
  • Bastian Nehrke

English-Version Coordinators

  • Seth McMahill
  • Rie Fujiwara

English-Version NOA Product Testing

  • Thomas Hertzog
  • Makiko Szolas

Game-Design Advisors

Character Design (Hayley)

Pokémon-Graphic Supervisors

  • Yuri Sakurai
  • Naoko Yanase
  • Yufuko Saito
  • Yukiko Kanagawa
  • Nobue Kamikawabata

Artwork

  • Takanao Kondo
  • Aki Sakurai
  • Kiyomi Itani

English-Version Artwork

  • Eric Medalle
  • Heather Luke
  • Eric Bessette
  • Boris Startsev

Special Thanks

  • Kenjiro Ito
  • Tomotaka Komura
  • Toshio Miyahara
  • Mikiko Ohashi
  • Nobukazu Saito
  • Gaku Susai
  • Masami Tanaka
  • Susumu Fukunaga
  • Hisae Yamamura
  • Ayako Kajiwara
  • Michiko Takizawa
  • Shunsuke Kohori
  • Ryosuke Hanawa
  • Yuichiro Tsumita
  • Kenji Okubo
  • Jeff Miller
  • Kim Moore
  • Tim Bechtel
  • Nathan Clark
  • Kiyoko Watahiki

Product Coordinators

  • Hitoshi Yamagami
  • Takao Nakano
  • Hideaki Araki
  • Mitsuyo Matsunaga

Producers

  • Hiroyuki Jinnai
  • Shusaku Egami
  • Hiroaki Tsuru

Executive Producers


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