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Kenichi Nakamura is a Japanese public relations manager and video game coordinator. He was credited under special thanks in many 1990s Nintendo games, including Super Metroid. His role was likely as a coordinator between the developers of Japan and the staff in Europe and North America. Nakamura apparently departed Nintendo in 1995 and had a long gap in credits, before he was credited for public relations with Azure Striker Gunvolt and Mighty No. 9 in 2014 and 2016, respectively.[1] Both games were developed by Inti Creates, an independent Japanese studio.

Nakamura filed a patent in 2000 on behalf of Nintendo for a puzzle game apparatus with an LCD.[2]


  • Kaeru no tame ni Kane wa Naru (For the Frog the Bell Tolls) (1992)
  • Metal Combat: Falcon's Revenge (1993)
  • Super Metroid (1994)
  • Fire Emblem: Monshō no Nazo (1994)
  • Virtual Boy Wario Land (1995)
  • Teleroboxer (1995)
  • Snoopy Concert (1995)
  • BS Super Mario USA (1996)
  • Azure Striker Gunvolt (2014)
  • Mighty No. 9 (2016)