I thought it was worth making a thread about this, because when I was looking up the games D and D2 for another thread, I found out that Kenji Eno had passed away about a year ago. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenji_Eno#Death
Eno died on February 20, 2013, due to heart failure brought on by hypertension. He was 42
He was both a composer and a developer, and in particular supported Sega's Saturn and Dreamcast consoles with the groundbreaking games D, D2, and Enemy Zero. His studio, Superwarp (earlier WARP), was also known for supporting the 3DO and producing some famous talent, who would eclipse him in success.
Eno formed WARP, Inc. with a small team of programmers and designers including animators Fumito Ueda (Ico and Shadow of the Colossus), Takeshi Nozue (Final Fantasy VII Advent Children) and Ichiro Itano (Macross), all of whom later became famous under different employment.
So I was just curious, was anyone else here a huge fan of his? If so, what were your favorite games, and what do you feel was revolutionary about them? For me, the influence of D in particular isn't remembered enough, I'm not sure the survival horror genre would have developed the way it did without his work.