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It's a treat catching up with influential Capcom illustrator Akira Yasuda

Illustrator and character designer Akira "Akiman" Yasuda had a remarkable career at Capcom working on games like Final Fight, Captain Commando, the Street Fighter series, and Darkstalkers. He's the focus of the latest episode of the documentary series toco toco and, as always, it's a joy to watch. "At the time, the most outstanding people in the company were the game planners, so one day as [game designer Yoshiki Okamoto] was in the bathroom next to me, I asked him to let me become one," recounts Yasuda.
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