Goodbye Sega

Starting on December 1, 2015, I no longer work for Sega Games.

Leaving Sega was not a trivial decision. I worked there for a bit more than five years, and worked on 11 different titles for lots of platforms. It was a huge honor working for the company I had always admired, and I am very happy to have left my footprint, even if small, in such a great place.

But times have changed. I have changed and Sega has changed. All things eventually come to an end, and I think I left in very good terms with them.

However, there are many very deep issues I disagree with them, and I don’t want to keep on swimming against the current with them.

Anyways, I believe such disagreements are natural after working for so long with such a big company, so I don’t leave with any resentments or regrets. I sincerely wish the best for them, and now it’s time for me to move forward.

I took December to visit my family here in Colombia, and I will be back in Japan just in time for winter Comiket, and to join my new awesome employer after winter break.

Even though my next job won’t be game related, I will continue working in Japan as an engineer, and I will keep on working on my indie games in my free time. Hopefully I will talk about that sometime in the future.

For now, I wish you all some very happy holidays!


I worked for Sega from 2010 to 2015. Most of the games I worked on at first were mobile games with no credits screen, or a credits screen hidden under some menu that nobody ever watched.

Starting in late 2013, I started working on console games, which do have credits at the ending, and they actually list me!😜

It’s really awesome to see your own name on a game that you worked on. So just for bragging, I’ll post screenshots of places where my name appears in this page Project Diva F 2nd (2014): Development Support. Watch at 4:54

Also in the English version, watch at 0:56

(video is no longer available)

Phantasy Star Nova (2014): Programming. Watch at 11:23

7th Dragon III: code VFD (2015): Programming Team: Graphics. Watch at 4:42. Also in the end credits, but I still can’t find a video of that.