1 watched in last 24 hours. GAME WORKS Vol. Released Dec 20, 2001 Dreamcast; A collection of five classic arcade games designed by Yu Suzuki. Yu Suzuki (鈴木 裕, Suzuki Yū, born June 10, 1958) is a Japanese game designer, producer, programmer, and engineer, who headed Sega's AM2 team for 18 years. 1 is a compilation of five classic arcade games designed by Yu Suzuki: After Burner, Hang-On, OutRun, Power Drift, and Space Harrier.It was packaged with the historical book of the same name. Short summary describing this game. Navigation. 1 YU SUZUKI w/CD Art Fan Book Dreamcast 2002 AP. As one of the most revolutionary minds behind Sega’s past blockbusters and innovation, Yu Suzuki can be thanked for a number of great games such as Outrun, Shenume, and the Virtua Fighter series. 1. Condition: Acceptable Yu Suzuki (鈴木 裕, , Suzuki Yū,? 1 YU SUZUKI w/CD Art Fan Book Dreamcast 2002 AP. As a tribute for the master and look back for his fans, Yu Suzuki’s Gameworks Volume 1, was a book and Dreamcast GD-ROM combo that … These files can be found in a folder named "OMAKE" by placing the Dreamcast disc into your computer. Bonus Content. Game » consists of 0 releases. If not otherwise mentioned below, spine card is included for titles that originally came with spine cards. Game Wiki. Information and images for the Sega Dreamcast GD: Yu Suzuki Game Works Vol.1 released by SEGA Enterprises in 2001 A volume 2 was never released. 1 on the Dreamcast, GameFAQs has 13 cheat codes and secrets. Just as Game Works Vol. Details about GAME WORKS Vol. Yu Suzuki Game Works Vol. Yu Suzuki Game Works Vol.1 * This is a used item. 1 featured the biggest "Super Scaler" titles, I reckon its sequel might have covered VF1 and Yu Suzuki's other major contribution to what later became known as the Model 1 arcade board: Virtua Racing. For Yu Suzuki Game Works Vol. Item Information. Yu Suzuki Game Works Vol. Summary. Yu Suzuki Gameworks: Dreamcast Arcade Compilation. born June 10, 1958) is a Japanese game designer and producer who has spent his entire career with SEGA Enterprises, particularly the SEGA AM2 division.