Hiroyuki Kobayashi (小林 裕幸 Kobayashi Hiroyuki?), born August 12, 1972 in Nagoya in Japan,[1] is a Japanese video game and anime television series producer and supervisor. He is employed by Capcom.[1]

History[edit | edit source]

Kobayashi studied computer science at Chukyo University. After graduating, he was hired at Capcom in 1995 as a programmer on the first Resident Evil game.[1] After working as programmer on the sequel and a planner on the first Dino Crisis game, his first producer role was on Dino Crisis 2 in 2000.[1]

Starting with the first Sengoku BASARA game (titled Devil Kings in North America) in 2005, Kobayashi worked as the producer for the video game series as well as a planning supervisor for the various anime adaptations. He was very interested in the Sengoku period and wanted to create an action game inspired by that period.[2]

Works[edit | edit source]

Kobayashi has worked on a number of video games, including the following (dates given are for the Japanese release). Credits are for producer unless otherwise indicated.

  • Project X Zone (Supervision & Cooperation (Devil May Cry Series), 2012)

Animation[edit | edit source]

Kobayashi has also worked on several anime series.

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