Kenji Eno, accomplished video game developer and musician, has passed away at the age of 42 from heart failure. Eno was most notable in the West for his ambitious survival horror games D, Enemy Zero, and D2, each released from the mid to late 1990’s. His work featured a cinematic flair, even enlisting famous British composer Michael Nyman to create the score for Enemy Zero. Outside of his game work, Eno was a gifted recording artist, producing albums in addition to composing work for his games. He was gradually returning to game development in the late 2000’s until his death.

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