Taro Kudo

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Taro Kudo (工藤 太郎, Kudō Tarō) is a Japanese video game designer and video game music composer. He began his career working for Konami and Square in the 1990s, then joined fellow ex-Square designers at Love-de-Lic in 1996, where he designed UFO: A Day in the Life. Kudo currently works as director for the developing company Vanpool.[1][2]



  1. ^ "Interview with Taro Kudo Part 1"
  2. ^ "Interview with Taro Kudo Part 2"
  3. ^ Bruno de Figueiredo. "Hardcore Gaming 101: Love De Lic". Hardcore Gaming 101. Retrieved 2010-02-04. 

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