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'''Daisuke Ishiwatari''' is a Japanese [[RenaissanceMan writer, illustrator, programmer, designer, heavy metal musician, king of serving tea]], and [[Music/{{Queen}} Mr. Badguy]] that works for Creator/ArcSystemWorks. His artwork is notable for having a very distinctive rough aesthetic, and his music is known for its intricate guitar work.

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'''Daisuke Ishiwatari''' (born 14 August 1973) is a Japanese South African-Japanese [[RenaissanceMan writer, illustrator, programmer, designer, heavy metal musician, king of serving tea]], and [[Music/{{Queen}} Mr. Badguy]] that works for Creator/ArcSystemWorks. His artwork is notable for having a very distinctive rough aesthetic, and his music is known for its intricate guitar work.


An often-peddled myth is that he worked for Creator/{{SNK}}, and was one of the main designers and programmers for ''VideoGame/TheLastBlade'' series (due to a designer credited as "Daisuke"). However, Ishiwatari-san was already working for Arc System works as a designer on ''Executor'' by 1995.

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An often-peddled myth is that he worked for Creator/{{SNK}}, and was one of the main designers and programmers for ''VideoGame/TheLastBlade'' series (due to a designer credited as "Daisuke"). However, Ishiwatari-san was already working for Arc System works as a designer on ''Executor'' ''Exector'' [[http://www.mobygames.com/developer/sheet/view/developerId,202591/ by 1995.
1995.]]


A little known fact: he used to work for a little company called Creator/{{SNK}}, and was one of the main designers and programmers for ''VideoGame/TheLastBlade'' series. The gameplay mechanics of ''The Last Blade'' would later be paid tribute to in the form of [[VideoGame/BlazBlue Hakumen]].

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A little known fact: An often-peddled myth is that he used to work worked for a little company called Creator/{{SNK}}, and was one of the main designers and programmers for ''VideoGame/TheLastBlade'' series. The gameplay mechanics of ''The Last Blade'' would later be paid tribute series (due to in the form of [[VideoGame/BlazBlue Hakumen]].
a designer credited as "Daisuke"). However, Ishiwatari-san was already working for Arc System works as a designer on ''Executor'' by 1995.


His claim to fame is his work on the cult hit FightingGame series, ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'', in which he produced the artwork, wrote the story, and provided its [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic godly soundtracks]]. Oh, and [[DescendedCreator he also provided the voice for its lead character]] (and Ishiwatari's AuthorAvatar), Sol Badguy, as well as his past self, Order-Sol (except in Story Modes, [[AudioAdaptation drama CDs]], and in ''Guilty Gear 2: Overture''; as of ''Xrd'', the switch to Creator/JojiNakata seems to be permanent, as Ishiwatari [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuS-bjRIgjk indicated in]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtTPuCCVYXE an interview]] that ''Accent Core Plus'' would probably be his last time voicing the character). As anyone who's looked at the character list or their respective moves knows, it's evident that he is a major rock enthusiast. His favorite band is Music/{{Queen}}.

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His claim to fame is his work on the cult hit FightingGame series, ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'', in which he produced the artwork, wrote the story, and provided its [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic godly soundtracks]]. Oh, and [[DescendedCreator he also provided the voice for its lead character]] (and Ishiwatari's AuthorAvatar), Sol Badguy, as well as his past self, Order-Sol (except in Story Modes, [[AudioAdaptation drama CDs]], and in ''Guilty Gear 2: Overture''; as of ''Xrd'', the switch to Creator/JojiNakata seems to be permanent, as Ishiwatari [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuS-bjRIgjk indicated in]] [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtTPuCCVYXE an interview]] that ''Accent Core Plus'' would probably be his last time voicing the character). As anyone who's looked at the character list or their respective moves knows, it's evident that he is a major rock enthusiast. His favorite band is Music/{{Queen}}.



With the recent news of the rights to ''Guilty Gear'' being returned, Daisuke finally announced that he was working on a new Guilty Gear game, ''Guilty Gear [=Xrd=] -SIGN-''.

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With the recent news of the rights to ''Guilty Gear'' being returned, Daisuke finally announced that he was working on a new Guilty Gear ''Guilty Gear'' game, ''Guilty Gear [=Xrd=] -SIGN-''.

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With the recent news of the rights to ''Guilty Gear'' being returned, Daisuke has announced that he is finally working on a new one, recently revealed to be ''Guilty Gear [=Xrd=] -SIGN-''.

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With the recent news of the rights to ''Guilty Gear'' being returned, Daisuke has finally announced that he is finally was working on a new one, recently revealed to be Guilty Gear game, ''Guilty Gear [=Xrd=] -SIGN-''.


'''Daisuke Ishiwatari''' is a Japanese [[RenaisanceMan writer, illustrator, programmer, designer, heavy metal musician, king of serving tea]], and [[Music/{{Queen}} Mr. Badguy]] that works for Creator/ArcSystemWorks. His artwork is notable for having a very distinctive rough aesthetic, and his music is known for its intricate guitar work.

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'''Daisuke Ishiwatari''' is a Japanese [[RenaisanceMan [[RenaissanceMan writer, illustrator, programmer, designer, heavy metal musician, king of serving tea]], and [[Music/{{Queen}} Mr. Badguy]] that works for Creator/ArcSystemWorks. His artwork is notable for having a very distinctive rough aesthetic, and his music is known for its intricate guitar work.


'''Daisuke Ishiwatari''' is a Japanese writer, illustrator, programmer, designer, heavy metal musician, king of serving tea, and [[Music/{{Queen}} Mr. Badguy]] that works for Creator/ArcSystemWorks. His artwork is notable for having a very distinctive rough aesthetic, and his music is known for its intricate guitar work.

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'''Daisuke Ishiwatari''' is a Japanese [[RenaisanceMan writer, illustrator, programmer, designer, heavy metal musician, king of serving tea, tea]], and [[Music/{{Queen}} Mr. Badguy]] that works for Creator/ArcSystemWorks. His artwork is notable for having a very distinctive rough aesthetic, and his music is known for its intricate guitar work.


With production rights to the ''Guilty Gear'' franchise temporarily lost to Creator/{{Sega}}, Arc System Works went on to create a {{spiritual successor}} in the form of ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'', where Ishiwatari merely produced the [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic soundtrack]]. He also provided the voice of Freed in ''VideoGame/BattleFantasia'', another Arc System Works project.

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With production rights to the ''Guilty Gear'' franchise temporarily lost to Creator/{{Sega}}, Creator/{{Sega}} due to the Sega/Sammy merger, Arc System Works went on to create a {{spiritual successor}} in the form of ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'', where Ishiwatari merely produced the [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic soundtrack]]. He also provided the voice of Freed in ''VideoGame/BattleFantasia'', another Arc System Works project.


His claim to fame is his work on the cult hit FightingGame series, ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'', in which he produced the artwork, wrote the story, and provided its [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic godly soundtracks]]. Oh, and he also provided the voice for its lead character (and Ishiwatari's AuthorAvatar), Sol Badguy, as well as his past self, Order-Sol (except in Story Modes, [[AudioAdaptation drama CDs]], and in ''Guilty Gear 2: Overture''; as of ''Xrd'', the switch to Creator/JojiNakata seems to be permanent, as Ishiwatari [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuS-bjRIgjk indicated in]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtTPuCCVYXE an interview]] that ''Accent Core Plus'' would probably be his last time voicing the character). As anyone who's looked at the character list or their respective moves knows, it's evident that he is a major rock enthusiast. His favorite band is Music/{{Queen}}.

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His claim to fame is his work on the cult hit FightingGame series, ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'', in which he produced the artwork, wrote the story, and provided its [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic godly soundtracks]]. Oh, and [[DescendedCreator he also provided the voice for its lead character character]] (and Ishiwatari's AuthorAvatar), Sol Badguy, as well as his past self, Order-Sol (except in Story Modes, [[AudioAdaptation drama CDs]], and in ''Guilty Gear 2: Overture''; as of ''Xrd'', the switch to Creator/JojiNakata seems to be permanent, as Ishiwatari [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuS-bjRIgjk indicated in]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtTPuCCVYXE an interview]] that ''Accent Core Plus'' would probably be his last time voicing the character). As anyone who's looked at the character list or their respective moves knows, it's evident that he is a major rock enthusiast. His favorite band is Music/{{Queen}}.


His claim to fame is his work on the cult hit FightingGame series, ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'', in which he produced the artwork, wrote the story, and provided its [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic godly soundtracks]]. Oh, and he also provided the voice for its lead character (and Ishiwatari's AuthorAvatar), Sol Badguy, as well as his past self, Order-Sol (except in Story Modes, [[AudioAdaptation drama CDs]], and in ''Guilty Gear 2: Overture''; as of ''Xrd'', the switch to JojiNakata seems to be permanent, as Ishiwatari [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuS-bjRIgjk indicated in]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtTPuCCVYXE an interview]] that ''Accent Core Plus'' would probably be his last time voicing the character). As anyone who's looked at the character list or their respective moves knows, it's evident that he is a major rock enthusiast. His favorite band is Music/{{Queen}}.

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His claim to fame is his work on the cult hit FightingGame series, ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'', in which he produced the artwork, wrote the story, and provided its [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic godly soundtracks]]. Oh, and he also provided the voice for its lead character (and Ishiwatari's AuthorAvatar), Sol Badguy, as well as his past self, Order-Sol (except in Story Modes, [[AudioAdaptation drama CDs]], and in ''Guilty Gear 2: Overture''; as of ''Xrd'', the switch to JojiNakata Creator/JojiNakata seems to be permanent, as Ishiwatari [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuS-bjRIgjk indicated in]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtTPuCCVYXE an interview]] that ''Accent Core Plus'' would probably be his last time voicing the character). As anyone who's looked at the character list or their respective moves knows, it's evident that he is a major rock enthusiast. His favorite band is Music/{{Queen}}.


His claim to fame is his work on the cult hit FightingGame series, ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'', in which he produced the artwork, wrote the story, programmed a good deal of the games, and provided its [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic godly soundtracks]]. Oh, and he also provided the voice for its lead character (and Ishiwatari's AuthorAvatar), Sol Badguy, as well as his past self, Order-Sol (except in Story Modes, [[AudioAdaptation drama CDs]], and in ''Guilty Gear 2: Overture''; as of ''Xrd'', the switch to JojiNakata seems to be permanent, as Ishiwatari [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuS-bjRIgjk indicated in]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtTPuCCVYXE an interview]] that ''Accent Core Plus'' would probably be his last time voicing the character). As anyone who's looked at the character list or their respective moves knows, it's evident that he is a major rock enthusiast. His favorite band is Music/{{Queen}}.

With production rights to the ''Guilty Gear'' franchise temporarily lost to Creator/{{Sega}}, he along with Arc System Works went on to create a {{spiritual successor}} in the form of ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'', where Ishiwatari merely provided inspiration, character selection artwork, and produced the [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic soundtrack]]. He also provided the voice of Freed in ''VideoGame/BattleFantasia'', another Arc System Works project.

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His claim to fame is his work on the cult hit FightingGame series, ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'', in which he produced the artwork, wrote the story, programmed a good deal of the games, and provided its [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic godly soundtracks]]. Oh, and he also provided the voice for its lead character (and Ishiwatari's AuthorAvatar), Sol Badguy, as well as his past self, Order-Sol (except in Story Modes, [[AudioAdaptation drama CDs]], and in ''Guilty Gear 2: Overture''; as of ''Xrd'', the switch to JojiNakata seems to be permanent, as Ishiwatari [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuS-bjRIgjk indicated in]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtTPuCCVYXE an interview]] that ''Accent Core Plus'' would probably be his last time voicing the character). As anyone who's looked at the character list or their respective moves knows, it's evident that he is a major rock enthusiast. His favorite band is Music/{{Queen}}.

With production rights to the ''Guilty Gear'' franchise temporarily lost to Creator/{{Sega}}, he along with Arc System Works went on to create a {{spiritual successor}} in the form of ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'', where Ishiwatari merely provided inspiration, character selection artwork, and produced the [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic soundtrack]]. He also provided the voice of Freed in ''VideoGame/BattleFantasia'', another Arc System Works project.



With the recent news of the rights to ''Guilty Gear'' being returned, Daisuke has announced that he is finally working on a new one, recently revealed to be ''Guilty Gear [=Xrd=] -SIGN-''. He will also be remixing his already amazing musical works for the third ''[=BlazBlue=]'' game: ''[[VideoGame/BlazBlueChronophantasma Chronophantasma]]'', with the assistance of Music/{{Galneryus}} keyboardist Yuhki.

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With the recent news of the rights to ''Guilty Gear'' being returned, Daisuke has announced that he is finally working on a new one, recently revealed to be ''Guilty Gear [=Xrd=] -SIGN-''. He will also be remixing his already amazing musical works for the third ''[=BlazBlue=]'' game: ''[[VideoGame/BlazBlueChronophantasma Chronophantasma]]'', with the assistance of Music/{{Galneryus}} keyboardist Yuhki.


'''Daisuke Ishiwatari''' is a Japanese writer, illustrator, programmer, designer, heavy metal musician, king of serving tea, and [[Music/{{Queen}} Mr. Badguy]] that works for ArcSystemWorks. His artwork is notable for having a very distinctive rough aesthetic, and his music is known for its intricate guitar work.

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'''Daisuke Ishiwatari''' is a Japanese writer, illustrator, programmer, designer, heavy metal musician, king of serving tea, and [[Music/{{Queen}} Mr. Badguy]] that works for ArcSystemWorks.Creator/ArcSystemWorks. His artwork is notable for having a very distinctive rough aesthetic, and his music is known for its intricate guitar work.



With production rights to the ''Guilty Gear'' franchise temporarily lost to Creator/{{Sega}}, he along with Creator/ArcSystemWorks went on to create a {{spiritual successor}} in the form of ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'', where Ishiwatari merely provided inspiration, character selection artwork, and produced the [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic soundtrack]]. He also provided the voice of Freed in ''VideoGame/BattleFantasia'', another ArcSystemWorks project.

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With production rights to the ''Guilty Gear'' franchise temporarily lost to Creator/{{Sega}}, he along with Creator/ArcSystemWorks Arc System Works went on to create a {{spiritual successor}} in the form of ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'', where Ishiwatari merely provided inspiration, character selection artwork, and produced the [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic soundtrack]]. He also provided the voice of Freed in ''VideoGame/BattleFantasia'', another ArcSystemWorks Arc System Works project.


His claim to fame is his work on the cult hit FightingGame series, ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'', in which he produced the artwork, wrote the story, programmed a good deal of the games, and provided its [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic godly soundtracks]]. Oh, and he also provided the voice for its lead character (and Ishiwatari's AuthorAvatar), Sol Badguy, as well as his past self, Order-Sol (except in Story Modes, [[AudioAdaptation drama CDs]], and in ''Guilty Gear 2: Overture''). As anyone who's looked at the character list or their respective moves knows, it's evident that he is a major rock enthusiast. His favorite band is Music/{{Queen}}.

With production rights to the ''Guilty Gear'' franchise temporarily lost to Creator/{{Sega}}, he along with ArcSystemWorks went on to create a {{spiritual successor}} in the form of ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'', where Ishiwatari merely provided inspiration, character selection artwork, and produced the [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic soundtrack]]. He also provided the voice of Freed in ''VideoGame/BattleFantasia'', another ArcSystemWorks project.

He also provided the soundtrack to ''VideoGame/HardCorpsUprising'', and it is still every bit as eargasmic as the aforementioned soundtracks, if not moreso.

A little known fact: he used to work for a little company called {{SNK}}, and was one of the main designers and programmers for ''VideoGame/TheLastBlade'' series. The gameplay mechanics of ''The Last Blade'' would later be paid tribute to in the form of [[VideoGame/BlazBlue Hakumen]].

With the recent news of the rights to ''Guilty Gear'' being returned, Daisuke has announced that he is finally working on a new one, recently revealed to be ''Guilty Gear [=Xrd=] -SIGN-''. He will also be remixing his already amazing musical works for the third ''[=BlazBlue=]'' game: ''[[VideoGame/BlazBlueChronoPhantasma Chronophantasma]]'', with the assistance of Music/{{Galneryus}} keyboardist Yuhki.

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His claim to fame is his work on the cult hit FightingGame series, ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'', in which he produced the artwork, wrote the story, programmed a good deal of the games, and provided its [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic godly soundtracks]]. Oh, and he also provided the voice for its lead character (and Ishiwatari's AuthorAvatar), Sol Badguy, as well as his past self, Order-Sol (except in Story Modes, [[AudioAdaptation drama CDs]], and in ''Guilty Gear 2: Overture'').Overture''; as of ''Xrd'', the switch to JojiNakata seems to be permanent, as Ishiwatari [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuS-bjRIgjk indicated in]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtTPuCCVYXE an interview]] that ''Accent Core Plus'' would probably be his last time voicing the character). As anyone who's looked at the character list or their respective moves knows, it's evident that he is a major rock enthusiast. His favorite band is Music/{{Queen}}.

With production rights to the ''Guilty Gear'' franchise temporarily lost to Creator/{{Sega}}, he along with ArcSystemWorks Creator/ArcSystemWorks went on to create a {{spiritual successor}} in the form of ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'', where Ishiwatari merely provided inspiration, character selection artwork, and produced the [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic soundtrack]]. He also provided the voice of Freed in ''VideoGame/BattleFantasia'', another ArcSystemWorks project.

He also provided the soundtrack to ''VideoGame/HardCorpsUprising'', and it is still every bit as eargasmic as the aforementioned soundtracks, if not moreso.

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A little known fact: he used to work for a little company called {{SNK}}, Creator/{{SNK}}, and was one of the main designers and programmers for ''VideoGame/TheLastBlade'' series. The gameplay mechanics of ''The Last Blade'' would later be paid tribute to in the form of [[VideoGame/BlazBlue Hakumen]].

With the recent news of the rights to ''Guilty Gear'' being returned, Daisuke has announced that he is finally working on a new one, recently revealed to be ''Guilty Gear [=Xrd=] -SIGN-''. He will also be remixing his already amazing musical works for the third ''[=BlazBlue=]'' game: ''[[VideoGame/BlazBlueChronoPhantasma ''[[VideoGame/BlazBlueChronophantasma Chronophantasma]]'', with the assistance of Music/{{Galneryus}} keyboardist Yuhki.

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