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Hidehito Aoki was a composer and sound designer from Chiba, Japan. He started working at Atlus in 1989 as a composer, and he ended up working on music and sound effects instead, most notably working on several titles in the popular Megami Tensei series. He even paid a visit to Abbey Road Studios together with Tsukasa Masuko during the production of Shin Megami Tensei II. Aoki left Atlus in 2001 and then worked for Sony Computer Entertainment. Unfortunately, while he was going for a business trip in 2002, his car lost control on an icy mountain road and he fell to his death.
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Hidehito Aoki was a composer and sound designer from Chiba, Japan. He started working at Atlus in 1989 as a sound designer, and he ended up working on music and sound effects instead, most notably working on several titles in the popular Megami Tensei series. He even paid a visit to Abbey Road Studios together with Tsukasa Masuko during the production of Shin Megami Tensei II. Aoki left Atlus in 2001 and then worked for Sony Computer Entertainment. Unfortunately, while he was going for a business trip in 2002, his car lost control on an icy mountain road and he fell to his death.
  
 
==Gameography==
 
==Gameography==
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| 1991/??/??
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| 1991/12/25
| [[Somer Assault (TG16)]]
 
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| 1992/??/??
 
 
| [[Wacky Races (NES)]]
 
| [[Wacky Races (NES)]]
 
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|  
 
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| 1993/??/??
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| 1991/??/??
| [[Super Widget (SNES)]]
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| [[Somer Assault (TG16)]]
 
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|  
 
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| 1994/01/28
 
| 1994/01/28
| [[Majin Tensei (SNES)]]
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| [[Majin Tensei (SFC)]]
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| 1996/??/??
 
| [[Persona (PSX)]]
 
 
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|  
 
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| 1998/09/01
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| 1994/10/14
| [[Kartia: The World of Fate (PSX)]]
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| [[Power Instinct (SNES)]]
 
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| 2001/07/28
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| 1995/02/19
| [[Extermination (PS2)]]
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| [[Majin Tensei II (SFC)]]
 
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| 2002/07/19
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| 1996/09/20
| [[Gran Turismo Concept: 2002 Tokyo-Geneva (PS2)]]
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| [[Persona (PS1)]]    
 
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| 2002/10/15
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| 1997/11/13
| [[Wild Arms 3 (PS2)]]
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| [[Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers (SAT)]]
 
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Revision as of 15:08, 10 July 2012

Hidehiko Aoki
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Born 1970-2002 (Age 32)
Birth Place Chiba, Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases
  • H.Aoki
Website Unknown

Hidehito Aoki was a composer and sound designer from Chiba, Japan. He started working at Atlus in 1989 as a sound designer, and he ended up working on music and sound effects instead, most notably working on several titles in the popular Megami Tensei series. He even paid a visit to Abbey Road Studios together with Tsukasa Masuko during the production of Shin Megami Tensei II. Aoki left Atlus in 2001 and then worked for Sony Computer Entertainment. Unfortunately, while he was going for a business trip in 2002, his car lost control on an icy mountain road and he fell to his death.

Gameography


Released

Title

Sample

1991/12/25 Wacky Races (NES)
1991/??/?? Somer Assault (TG16)
1994/01/28 Majin Tensei (SFC)
1994/10/14 Power Instinct (SNES)
1995/02/19 Majin Tensei II (SFC)
1996/09/20 Persona (PS1)
1997/11/13 Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers (SAT)