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  1. 増子司 (Tsukasa Masuko) is a Japanese video game music composer. He is best known for composing the soundtracks to the Megami Tensei games on the…

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  3. A Japanese composer for a number of early Namco games. Including Alpine Racer, Great Sluggers, Nebulasray, and Gun Bullet. Not to be confused with…

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  9. 岩月博之 (Hiroyuki Iwatsuki) is a video game music composer working for the company SuperSweep.

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  12. Mieko Ishikawa (石川三恵子) is a Video Game Music composer working for Nihon Falcom. She is now one of the director of the company.

    Born 1964-1-23. She…

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  16. 菊田裕樹 (Hiroki Kikuta) is a Japanese video game music composer, and was born on August 29th, 1962 in Aichi prefecture, Japan. He attended Kansai…

  17. Ayako Saso (佐宗綾子, Sasou Ayako, born on March 5, 1967 in Miyazaki, Japan) is a Japanese composer best known for her contributions to many…

  18. Konami Kukeiha Club (コナミ矩形波倶楽部, konami kukeiha kurabu, lit. "Konami Square Wave Club", referring to square waves used in chiptunes in the 1980s) is…

  19. Shinji Hosoe is a composer born February 28th, 1967 in Gero Hot Springs (Gifu Prefecture) Japan now living in Shinagawa, Tokyo.
    He made music for…

  20. Yuzo Koshiro: 古代祐三 (born December 12, 1967, in Tokyo, Japan) is one of the well-known faces of Japanese video game music. In the 1980s and 1990s,…

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