Kaidō started his videogaming career at Taito in 1987, where he worked as project leader and lead game designer on arcade titles Bonze Adventure, Night Striker, Champion Wrestler, Cameltry, Sonic Blast Man, Warrior Blade and Dead Connection.
Kaidō then changed departments to work on the world's very first Home Karaoke Console, the X55 (presently called MEDIA BOX) from its very beginnings. In 1996, he then worked as the project leader and lead game designer for coin-op game Cleopatra Fortune.
- Bonze Adventure (1988)
- Night Striker (1989)
- Champion Wrestler (1989)
- Cameltry (1989)
- Sonic Blast Man (1990)
- Warrior Blade (1991)
- Dead Connection (1992)
- Cleopatra Fortune (1996)
- Tomba! (1998)
- Ape Escape (1999)
- Tomba! 2: The Evil Swine Return (2000)
- Ico (2001)
- Shadow of the Colossus (2005)
- Gilbert, Ben. "Ico and Shadow of the Colossus producer Kenji Kaido leaves Sony". Joystiq.
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