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Full name : Yuji Naka

How old is Yuji Naka: 55 years Male

🎂 Birthday: September 17, 1965

🔯 Sun sign: Virgo

🌍 Nationality: Osaka, Japan

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Yuji Naka was born on September 17, 1965 (age 55 years) in the Osaka, Japan. He is a celebrated game designer.

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Video game designer who helped create a cultural phenomenon as the lead programmer for Sonic the Hedgehog.

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Before Fame


He chose not to attend college in order to focus on developing his programming abilities.



He was the founder and president of his indie game company Prope.

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He and his wife had two children.

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He and video game composer Masato Nakamura collaborated on the iconic Sonic the Hedgehog game.

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