Keiji Inafune is a Japanese video game producer, illustrator and businessman. Starting his career at Capcom in the late 1980s, his job was as an artist and illustrator. The first two games he worked on were the original Street Fighter and Mega Man in 1987. He was then an illustrator and artist of the Mega Man series during the NES and Super NES era. For Mega Man X, he created and designed the character Zero. Inafune then moved onto the position of producer with his first title being Mega Man 8 in 1996. In addition to being the producer for Mega Man X4, Mega Man X5, the three Mega Man Legends games, the Mega Man Zero series, and the Mega Man Battle Network series. Inafune was also a producer of the Lost Planet, Dead Rising and Onimusha series. In 2006, he was promoted to Senior Corporate Officer of Research & Development. In 2010, he became Global Head of Production at Capcom. He left Capcom in late 2010, and later founded his own companies Comcept, and Intercept.
|Native name:||稲船 敬二|
|Born:||May 08, 1965, Kishiwada, Osaka, Japan|
|Occupation:||Video game producer, Illustrator|
|Employer:||Capcom (1987-2010), Level-5 Comcept (2010-present)|
About Keiji Inafune
Illustrator and producer who co-designed the character Mega Man as the Global Head of Production at Capcom. He also produced the video game series Dead Rising.
Keiji Inafune Before Fame
He worked as a graphic designer for the 1987 video game Street Fighter.
Achievement of Keiji Inafune
He launched the company Concept after leaving Capcom, where he worked for 23 years.
Keiji Inafune Family Life
He was born in Kishiwada, Osaka, Japan.
Associations of Keiji Inafune
He created the Mega Man series, which was later adapted into a film starring Olan Rogers.
Information related to Keiji Inafune
- Mega Man
- Capcom people
- Video game artists