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Naoshi Mizuta (水田 直志 Mizuta Naoshi?, born January 24, 1972) is a Japanese video game composer and musician. He is best known for his work on Final Fantasy XI (with Nobuo Uematsu and Kumi Tanioka), but has also composed music for Mega Man & Bass, Street Fighter Alpha, and Parasite Eve II. He was formerly a composer for Capcom, but is currently a composer for Square Enix.

Born in Kōchi, Japan in 1972, Mizuta's interest…

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  • I absolutely adore his work on FFIX! my favourite final fantasy soundtracks without a doubt... the memories.
  • He made the soundtrack really awesome. FFXIII-2 was more enjoyable because of it.
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  • How come everything he composes sounds great
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  • I'm impressed with what he did in Final Fantasy XIII-2. I really liked the soundtrack, and it's cool to know that he did a majority, or most of the good songs on the game.
  • His stuff in XIII-2 is amazing. I thought most of it was Masashi Hamauzu but when I found out that most of it was this guy I was shocked. Sounds like he's either been taking lessons from Hamauzu, is super influenced by Hamauzu, or he just worked really closely with Hamauzu to make this stuff. If it's none of those things though, this guy is something else. I can see him working on a lot of subsequent SE games. It's weird though, The Blood of Bahamut soundtrack is alright, it's solid, but I didn't expect to hear this kind of thing from him. It's like he's gotten 100 times better. Perhaps the limitations of the DS impeded him or something.... Truthfully I kind of wish Hamauzu had written the stuff this guy did. Up until now, Hamauzu was unquestionably my favourite videogame composer. I still love him, but I guess he's got competition now!
  • Noel's theme. ♥
  • Paradigm Shift is such a fitting battle theme ♥

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