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Revision as of 12:36, 19 July 2015

Naohisa Morota
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Local 諸田直久? (もろた なおひさ)
Born Unknown
Birth Place Unknown
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases
  • N. Morota
  • Marumo
  • Morota-san

Naohisa Morota was a Japanese sound programmer who worked for Sunsoft. Naohisa started off porting arcade soundtracks to the NES. He created the sound drivers there. He is also responsible for the digitized bass samples used in Sunsoft's NES games.

What's more is that he was the programmer behind the Sunsoft 5B chip used in Gimmick!, which had an on-board YM2149 and is the only game in the entire NES library to have this.


Gameography

Released

Title

Sample

1987-07-20 Fantasy Zone (FC) (ファンタジーゾーン)
1987-12-04 Shanghai (FC) (上海)
1988-??-?? Freedom Force (VS) Sound Program / SE
1988-04-?? Freedom Force (NES) Sound Program / SE
1988-06-17 Blaster Master (NES) Sound Program
1988-12-?? Xenophobe (NES)
1989-03-30 After Burner (FC) (アフターバーナー)
1989-09-?? Fester's Quest (NES) Sound Effects
1990-08-10 Journey to Silius (NES) (ラフ ワールド)
1990-10-12 Batman (TG16) Sound Programmer
1990-10-26 Nantettatte!! Baseball (FC) (なんてったってベースボール) Sound
1992-01-31 Mr. Gimmick (NES) (ギミック!) Sound Programmer
2004-10-19 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Battle Nexus (GC) Sound Programming
2004-10-19 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Battle Nexus (PS2) Sound Programming
2004-10-19 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Battle Nexus (XBOX) Sound Programming


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