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=Information Station Archives - Page 1=
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You missed a composer in Outlander; that would be Mark Knight. Proof: http://www.vgmuseum.com/end/snes/a/outl.htm

Ben Watkins did the original music, not the actual game music, if I remember correctly.
-KungFuFurby

Speaking of which, I have the composer for Beethoven's 2nd. His name is Fred Porter.
-KungFuFurby

I found out that the track for Dimension Force is the same as D-Force. D-Force, a US game, is not covered at the moment, so I found a link. I looked up the Zophar set, and once I played the Dimension Force SPC set I downloaded, I realized that the two matched in music. I had to note that, because I found that out recently.
-KungFuFurby

The composer for X-Men Mutant Acopolayse has been found by me by looking up the Game Music Compoeser List, which is in Japanese (I was looking for the composer for the Shinri Game 2, but I ran into this as well.). His/her name is Setsuo Yamamoto.
-KungFuFurby

More composers not on here (Source: Game Music Composer List; had to search the games in Japanese to do so):
Hanafuda Ou - Same as Hanafuda.
Harapeko Bakka - Toshiyuki Takine.
Lord Monarch - Takashi Kutsukake.
Magical Taruruto Kun ~ Magic Adventure - Norihiko Togashi.
Space Invaders - Kennosuke Suemura.
Sugoi Hebereke - Naoki Kodaka.
Thoroughbred Breeder 2 - Tsukasa Tawada.
Ys 4 - Mask Of The Sun - Masanori Hikichi, Yoshiaki Kubotera and Miyoko Takaoka.

All I had to do was copy down the Japanese text, and paste it into the search on the Game Music Composer List. That's pretty much how I found out the composers... Some of these had part of the Japanese text omitted, which could lead to errors. Let me know if I did get any errors. It's a pleasure looking up composers for you!

-KungFuFurby
Interesting. I wonder what their source is for "X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse". I've been dying to know who composed it. There's no in game credits and I've also checked the instruction manual. Unless it could be included in the japanese manual. *shrug*
-strugglepoo

Well, I don't know Japanese myself that good at all, so I can't quite tell you the source. If someone scanned/translated the Japanese manual, then we could see if the source is from the Japanese manual.
-KungFuFurby

I found the composer for Hanna Banbera's Turbo Toons using HexEdit. The composer is Champie the Amazing. Weird, eh?
-KungFuFurby.

I found a third composer on The Brainies by using HexEdit. I found out that by using HexEdit, there was a third composer named Eric. No idea who he is, and I still have no last names from the game...
-KungFuFurby

I know who Neon Kidd's real idenity is. Ultimate Fighter is the NTSC-J version of Hiryu no Ken S - Golden Fighter. The composer for Ultimate Fighter is Neon Kidd, but the music is pretty much the same as Hiryu no Ken S - Golden Fighter. So therefore, the composer for both Super Ninja Boy and Ultimate Fighter is actually Eiji Miyabi. I actually got suspicious when I found the name Hiryu no Ken while playing the game, so I downloaded the set and found out that the game I was doing, Ultimate Fighter, was already covered. Therefore, I found a real good link here. Hope this helps. This means that the only game that is not covered under the letter U in the NTSC section is Universal Solider, which is first-note sticking,
-KungFuFurby

(Typo: Ultimate Fighter is the NTSC version of Hiryu no Ken S - Golden Fighter. I accidentally put in NTSC-J.)
- KungFuFurby

I know who Neon Kidd's real idenity is. Ultimate Fighter is the NTSC-J version of Hiryu no Ken S - Golden Fighter. The composer for Ultimate Fighter is Neon Kidd, but the music is pretty much the same as Hiryu no Ken S - Golden Fighter. So therefore, the composer for both Super Ninja Boy and Ultimate Fighter is actually Eiji Miyabi. I actually got suspicious when I found the name Hiryu no Ken while playing the game, so I downloaded the set and found out that the game I was doing, Ultimate Fighter, was already covered. Therefore, I found a real good link here. Hope this helps. This means that the only game that is not covered under the letter U in the NTSC section is Universal Solider, which is first-note sticking,
-KungFuFurby

(Typo: Ultimate Fighter is the NTSC version of Hiryu no Ken S - Golden Fighter. I accidentally put in NTSC-J.)
-KungFuFurby

Another composer found, and this time it's for Last Action Hero. The composer for Last Action Hero is Shahid Ahmad. This is thanks to MobyGames.
-KungFuFurby

Thanks to HexEdit, a composer was found for Bobby's World. His name is Fred Porter, which ironically, is the same as Beethoven's 2nd.

-KungFuFurby


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