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Yoot Saito

A game designer, producer and founder of Vivarium and (formerly) OPeNBooK

Yoot Saito

Yutaka "Yoot" Saito (斉藤 由多加, Saitō Yutaka, born October 15, 1962) is a Japanese game designer famous for designing innovative video games, often featuring the use of voice recognition technology, such as Seaman, a virtual pet game which was one of the best selling titles for the Dreamcast in Japan. In 1996, he founded his own video game development company, Vivarium. Since then he has worked on Odama, a curious mix of pinball and real-time strategy, for the Nintendo GameCube. Afterward he created Seaman 2 (Japan only), and the title Aero Porter in Guild01 for the Nintendo 3DS.

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Guild01 mini review

Guild01 isn’t like Professor Layton, Dragon Quest IX or any other of Level-5′s recent big-named titles. Rather it’s a budget anthology title sporting not one but four different — and completely unrelated — games by three famous developers (and one comedian). But despite that selling point, Guild01 has completely failed to capture the interest of the Japanese market, selling a mere 20,000 copies in its opening month...Guild01 is a game aimed at gamers: gamers who know who these game creators are and are excited to see their newest projects.

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