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'''''Kiyoshi Yokoyama''''' was a Japanese composer who worked for [[Sammy]].
 
'''''Kiyoshi Yokoyama''''' was a Japanese composer who worked for [[Sammy]].
 
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==Gameography==
 
==Gameography==
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Revision as of 12:23, 17 June 2016

Kiyoshi Yokoyama
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Aliases K. Yokoyama

Kiyoshi Yokoyama was a Japanese composer who worked for Sammy.

Gameography

Released Title Sample
Unreleased Chimera Beast (ARC)
1988/11/22 Hoops (NES) (燃えろ!!ジュニアバスケット)
1988/12/02 Amagon (NES) (突然!マッチョマン)
1989/??/?? Shinobi (NES)
1989/12/21 Astyanax (NES) (ザ・ロード・オブ・キング)
1989/12/21 Takin' it to the Hoop (TG16)
1989/12/21 The Astyanax (ARC)
1990-12-14 The Krion Conquest (NES) (まじかるキッズどろぴー)
1991/??/?? 64th Street: A Detective Story (ARC)
1991/04/26 Vice: Project Doom (NES) (ガン デック)
1992/??/?? Big Striker (ARC)

Links