Masahiro Yuge

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Masahiro Yuge
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Local 弓削雅稔 (ゆげ まさひろ)
Born
Birth Place Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases M. Yuge

Masahiro Yuge was a Japanese game developer, best known for his work at Toaplan.

Masahiro started out by looking for a career, and decided working with computers had a bright future for him. He saw an ad from the game developer Orca looking for game developers, and after a two-week training process, he was hired. While working there, he worked on the games Marine Boy, Hopper Robo, Net Wars, Looper, and Buster. After Masahiro left Orca, he worked for a company developing games for the MSX computer. After that, he started working at Toaplan, finishing up Tatsuya Uemura's work on Performan. He worked on several of the company's video games across a wide variety of consoles.

Gameography

Released Title Sample Notes
1982-??-?? Looper (ARC)
1982-??-?? Marine Boy (ARC)
1983-??-?? Hopper Robo (ARC)
1983-??-?? Net Wars (ARC)
1985-??-?? Performan (ARC) With Tatsuya Uemura.
1986-12-05 Tiger-Heli (NES)
Arranged Tatsuya Uemura's music from the arcade version.
1985-??-?? Alcon (ARC) (スラップファイト)
1987-??-?? Sky Shark (ARC) (飛翔鮫) With Tatsuya Uemura.
1987-??-?? Twin Cobra (ARC) (究極タイガー) With Tatsuya Uemura.
1988-??-?? Truxton (ARC) (タツジン)
1989-??-?? Truxton (GEN) (タツジン) With Tatsuya Uemura.
1989-??-?? Zero Wing (ARC) (ゼロ ウィング)
1990-09-28 Hellfire (GEN) (ヘルファイアー)
1990-11-02 Fire Shark (GEN) (鮫!鮫!鮫!) Composer?/Arranger?
1990-??-?? Fire Shark (ARC) (鮫!鮫!鮫!)
1991-05-31 Zero Wing (GEN) (ゼロウィング) With Tatsuya Uemura and Toshiaki Tomizawa.
1992-07-24 Truxton (GEN) (タツジン)
1993-06-11 Slap Fight (SMD) (スラップファイト)
1993-??-?? Grind Stormer (ARC)
1993-??-?? Knuckle Bash (ARC) With Osamu Ohta.
1999-02-?? Giga Wing (ARC) (ギガ ウィング) With Yasushi Kaminishi.
1999-11-11 Giga Wing (DC) (ギガ ウィング) With Yasushi Kaminishi.
2000-11-09 Mars Matrix (DC) (マーズマトリックス) Sound Programmer
2000-??-?? Mars Matrix (ARC) (マーズマトリックス) Sound Programmer
2005-08-16 Inuyasha: Field Combat (PS2) Sound Director

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