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Staff of Pokémon Crystal

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This list of staff members worked on the core series Pokémon game Crystal, developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo, as per the in-game credits. All names are given in Western order.

Global staff

Director

Called Executive Director (Japanese: エグゼクティブディレクター) in the Japanese version.

Co-director

Called Director (Japanese: ディレクター) in the Japanese version.

Programmers

Referred to as Program (Japanese: プログラム) in the Japanese version.

  • Sousuke Tamada
  • Hisashi Sogabe
  • Keita Kagaya
  • Yoshinori Matsuda
  • Shigeki Morimoto
  • Tetsuya Watanabe
  • Takenori Oota

Graphics Director

Monster Design

Called Pokémon Design (Japanese: ポケモンデザイン) in the Japanese version.

Pokémon Animation

  • Hironobu Yoshida
  • Jun Okutani

Graphics Design

  • Hironobu Yoshida
  • Jun Okutani
  • Asuka Iwashita
  • Tetsuya Watanabe

Music

Sound Effects

Game Design

Game Scenario

Referred to as Scenario (Japanese: シナリオ) in the Japanese version.

Pokédex Text

Called Encyclopedia Text (Japanese: ずかんテキスト) in the Japanese version.

Tool Programming

Referred to as Tool Program (Japanese: ツールプログラム) in the Japanese version.

  • Sousuke Tamada
  • Takenori Oota

Parametric Design

Called Parameter Creation (Japanese: パラメーターせってい) in the Japanese version.

Script Design

Called Script Creation (Japanese: スクリプトせってい) in the Japanese version.

  • Tetsuji Oota
  • Nobuhiro Seya

Map Data Design

Called Map Data Creation (Japanese: マップデータせってい) in the Japanese version.

  • Tetsuji Oota
  • Kazuhito Sekine

Map Design

Coordination

Called Coordinator (Japanese: コーディネーター) in the Japanese version.

  • Hiroyuki Zinnai

Producers

Executive Producer

Japanese version

Mobile Project Leader

(Japanese: モバイルプロジェクトリーダー)

  • Tōru Ōsawa

Mobile System Adviser

(Japanese: モバイルシステムアドバイザー)

  • Takao Ōhara
  • Yūichirō Itō

Mobile System Director

(Japanese: モバイルシステムディレクター)

  • Takao Shimizu

Product Testing

Called Debug Play (Japanese: デバッグプレイ) in the Japanese version.

  • Planning & Development Division (Japanese: 企画開発部(きかくかいはつぶ) Kikaku Kaihatsu-bu)
  • Keita Nakamura
  • Hirotaka Uemura
  • Hiroaki Tamura
  • Noriaki Sakaguchi
  • Super Mario Club (Japanese: スーパーマリオクラブ)
  • Kenji Saiki
  • Atsushi Tada
  • Sarugakucho (Japanese: 猿楽庁(さるがくちょう))
  • Tōru Hashimoto
  • Noboru Matsumoto
  • Miyuki Sato

Special Thanks

  • Naoko Kawakami
  • Akito Mori
  • Gakuzi Nomoto
  • Ai Mashima
  • Kunimi Kawamura
  • Mikihiro Ishikawa
  • Hideyuki Hashimoto

US Version Staff

US Coordination

  • Gail Tilden
  • Hiro Nakamura
  • Junichi Masuda
  • Seth McMahill
  • Hiroto Alexander
  • Teresa Lillygren

Text Translation

Programmers

PAAD Testing

  • Thomas Hertzog
  • Erik Johnson

Product Testing

Special Thanks

  • Kimiko Nakamichi
  • Akito Mori
  • Gakuzi Nomoto
  • Ai Mashima
  • Kunimi Kawamura
  • Mikihiro Ishikawa
  • Hideyuki Hashimoto

European Version Staff

European Coordination

French Text

  • Julien Bardakoff
  • Nicolas Robert

German Text

  • Daniel Schäfers
  • Martina Deimel

Italian Text

  • Andrea Salvi
  • Elenor Isbidish
  • Calimero Tiiiun

Spanish Text

  • Antonio Greppi
  • Carlos Montilla
  • Sofia Marín
  • Palma Sánchez

Programmers

French Product Testing

German Product Testing

Italian Product Testing

Spanish Product Testing

French Text Proofing

  • Kimiko Nakamichi

German Text Proofing

  • Kimiko Nakamichi
  • Emi Bessho
  • Takashi Inamoto

Italian Text Proofing

  • Kimiko Nakamichi
  • Akira Yano
  • Hiroshi Akune

Spanish Text Proofing

  • Kimiko Nakamichi
  • Misako Nishio

Special Thanks

  • Hiro Nakamura (Spanish version only)
  • Akito Mori
  • Gakuzi Nomoto
  • Ai Mashima
  • Mikihiro Ishikawa
  • Hideyuki Hashimoto


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