Or A Fantastic Game Player
in Esperanto(Now Making)
- PEN NAME:
- Arata Takeya
- May 27,1971
- "The Faraway Country" (Maybe Hokkaido,Japan)
- BLOOD TYPE:
- Jun 9,1995 at Shinjuku TAITO Game World
VS Akiyoshi Chitose
- BELONGING TO:
- DGPW(DICE Game Players in the World) (Since 1995)
- RESULT OF BATTLES:
- 1 Victory & 3 Defeats
- FAVORITE PERFORMANCE:
- Chop, Rising Cross Chop, Crab Stanpete, Running-Three
- WRITING RECORDS:
- "Warlock(Japanese Version)" (Shakai Shiso Sha Inc.) Nov,90~Mar,92
"HiPPON SUPER" (JICC(Present:Takarajima-Sha)) Sep,92
"MyCom BASIC Magazine" (Dempa Newspaper Company) Jan,93~Jun,94
"TECH Win" (ASCII) Jun,97~
- Playing Game, Listening to The Music,
Watching Sports(Wresling,Baseball,etc.), Writing Stories
- FAVORITE PERSONS:
- Mr.Akira Yamashita(Studio Bent Stuff)
Ms.Akie "Child" Sasaki(Weekly Famitsu)
- FAVORITE FOODS:
- Mr.X("Tigers' Den")
- THEME MUSIC:
- "Shotaro March" (TOCT-8513)
- I must propagate the interest of the games to the public,
and give children dreams and hopes.
I'm going to introduce interesting games,
and delight people by showing funny game-playing.
And I'm going to fight against "Wasteful Game Corps"
that makes people shun the games.
- AMBITIOUS PLAN:
- I want to enter for "Famitsu Cup:Game King Championship"
that will be held at "The Hall of Game '96" in summer.
This page is the information page about DGPW(DICE Game Players in the World)
what WINNER belonging to.
WINNER's Seven Battles
Battle 1: "Furai-no Siren"
This is DGPW Studio.
DGPW Championship Belt
Akiyoshi Chitose VS WINNER
in Shinjuku TAITO Game World
"World Heroes Perfect"(SNK)
|A.Chitose||Rasputin||4'18" Cossack kick||Lu Hu||WINNER
|WINNER||Lu Hu||3'58" Fire||J.Max||A.Chitose
|A.Chitose||Rasputin||3'46" The Secret Flower Garden||Lu Hu||WINNER
|A.Chitose||Rasputin||2'50" Jumping kick||Hanzo||WINNER
The Qualify in Tokyo
in Ikebukuro Seibu Department Store
"SD F-1 Grand Prix"(Video System)
WINNER :Did Not Qualify
in Makuhari Messe
WINNER :Did Not Qualify
accel spin nuckle
rising cross chop
pose of fish
I don't know!
Java Script Animation
The Fine Games
Dragon Quest(The Dragon Warriors)(Enix,1986)
Dragon Quest 2(The Dragon Warriors 2)(Enix,1987)
Dragon Quest 3(The Dragon Warriors 3)(Enix,1989)
Dragon Quest 4(The Dragon Warriors 4)(Enix,1990)
Powerful Pro-Yakyu(Powerful Professional Baseball)(Konami,1994)
The Tower of Druaga(Gamebook)(Tokyo Sogen-Sha,1986)
Street Fighter II(Capcom,1991)
Donkey Kong(Nintendo,1971 1982 1983 1994)
Zero4 Champ(Media Ring,1991)
The Warlock of Firetop Mountain(Penguin Books/Shakai Shisou Sha,1984)