Kenji Miki

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Kenji Miki, from a 1986 Japanese TV broadcast

Kenji Miki (Japanese: 三木 研次) is a game designer that worked for Nintendo. Miki designed several early games for Nintendo Research & Development 2 and Nintendo Entertainment Analysis and Development such as Ice Climber, and starting with the release of the Nintendo 64, oversaw the production of western and third-party games.

Following the establishment of the Software Planning & Development division (which handled Miki's the supervision of western and third-party productions), Kenji Miki became the president of Mario Club Co., Ltd. up to at least November 2011,[1] after which he was replaced by Kaoru Takemura.[2]

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