Hiroshi Matsumoto (松本 裕司, Matsumoto Hiroshi) is a Japanese game director, producer, and sound designer. He is one of the men credited to have created the Fatal Fury and Art of Fighting series. He joined SNK in 1988 after he had finished planning the first Street Fighter game with Takashi Nishiyama. He is often credited as "Finish Hiroshi" or "H. Matsumoto".
After leaving SNK, Matsumoto joined Nishiyama at Dimps. Matsumoto currently works as the Managing Director of Dimps.
By the late 1980s, Matsumoto was working as a planner at Capcom. He worked alongside Takashi Nishiyama in the original Street Fighter. At the time, SNK lured both as well as other members of the staff. While his directorial debut came in 1990 with the arcade game Riding Hero, his first notorious Neo Geo game came in 1992 with the release of Art of Fighting, which was also directed by him.
- Riding Hero (1990) - director
- Fatal Fury: King of Fighters (1991) - sound design
- Puzzled (1991) - special thanks
- Robo Army (1991) - associate producer
- Art of Fighting (1992) - director
- Fatal Fury 2 (1992) - special thanks
- Art of Fighting 2 (1994) - executive producer
- Fatal Fury 3 (1995) - producer
- Art of Fighting 3 (1996) - producer
- Kizuna Encounter (1996) - producer
- Real Bout Fatal Fury (1996) - producer
- Real Bout Fatal Fury Special (1997) - producer
- Real Bout Garou Densetsu Special Dominated Mind (1998) - producer
- Real Bout Fatal Fury 2: The Newcomers (1998) - producer
- The Last Blade (1997) - producer
- The Last Blade 2 (1998) - director
- Buriki One (1999) - producer
- Sonic the Hedgehog Pocket Adventure (1999) - producer (co-developed with Sonic Team)
- SNK vs. Capcom: The Match of the Millennium (1999) - executive producer
- SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters Clash (1999) - executive producer
- Fatal Fury: Wild Ambition (1999) - producer
- Garou: Mark of the Wolves (2000) - producer
- Street Fighter (1987) - planning
- Legendary Wings (1988) - planner
- U.N. Squadron (1989) - special thanks
- Sonic Advance (2001) - producer
- Sonic Advance 2 (2002) - producer
- InuYasha: A Feudal Fairy Tale (2002) - producer
- Dragon Ball Z: Budokai (2002) - executive producer
- Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2 (2003) - executive producer
- Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure (2004) - planning and development, Dimps Co., Ltd.
- ↑ Jensen, Thor. (2019-03-21). "How SNK Poached ‘Street Fighter’ Creators and Started the Fighting Game Wars". Geek.com. Retrieved 2019-11-23.