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    Rika Suzuki

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    A game designer/scenario writer for former Japanese development studios CiNG and Riverhill Soft.

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    Overview

    An early pioneer in the history of the Japanese adventure genre, Rika Suzuki began working in the industry after co-founding Riverhill Soft in 1983. After producing several adventure titles, she would eventually become famous for creating the J.B. Harold and 1920 Series in the mid-80s and 90s. Later Suzuki would help found CiNG with Takuya Miyagawa in 1999 where she wrote and designed the Trace Memory and Hotel Dusk franchises with Nintendo. Following the bankruptcy of CiNG in 2010, she continued writing online novels at Bellwood, a company she formed in April 2009, and has also lectured at the Human Academy in Tokyo.

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    1. Cing: The Final Chapter by Matthew Castle.
    2. The Possibilities of Adventure Games - Interview with Rika Suzuki and Yuji Hori from the 1987 edition of BEEP magazine.
    3. Interview with the Staff of Trace Memory (Nintendo, 2005).
    4. Interview with the Staff of Hotel Dusk (Nintendo, 2007).
    5. Interview with the Staff of Another Code R (Nintendo, 2009).
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