Kenji Oguro is a Japanese game designer who’s been working for Capcom for over 20 years.
He worked on the first three Onimusha games and was director on the Lost Planet trilogy.
More recently, he was the scenario designer for Monster Hunter stories and the director of its sequel.
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Switch and Zelda: Skyward Sword topped the US sales charts in July
Nintendo’s console is also the best-selling system year-to-date
Monster Hunter Stories 2 review: An easy-going JRPG that makes us want Switch Pro
Capcom's Switch sequel is a thoroughly entertaining turn-based RPG... as long as you can put up with the framerate
Monster Hunter Stories 2 review published in Famitsu
The first Monster Hunter Stories 2 review praises sequel's design and cartoon style
Monster Hunter Stories 2 reveals post-launch content plan, shows co-op gameplay
Launch trailer also published ahead of next week’s Switch release
Capcom confirms 4 games set to appear at its E3 showcase
Including The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles and Monster Hunter Stories 2
A Monster Hunter Rise and Stories 2 digital event has been confirmed for May 26
Capcom has also released a new Monster Hunter Stories 2 trailer
Capcom confirms Monster Hunter Stories 2 date and return for Rise demo
New info shared in Monster Hunter stream
Two Monster Hunter games are coming to Nintendo Switch in 2021
Monster Hunter Rise and Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin