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| Name        = Noboru Koshinaka
 
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'''''Noboru Koshinaka''''' was a Japanese composer who worked for [[Taito]]. He has only known to have received credit in Chase HQ.
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'''''Noboru Koshinaka''''' was a Japanese composer who worked for [[Taito]]. He usually worked with [[Isao Mizuguchi]].
  
 
==Gameography==
 
==Gameography==
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| 1987-03-28
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| [[Dirty Pair: Project Eden (FDS)]] (ダーティペア プロジェクトエデン)
| 1988/03/08
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| [[Arkanoid II (FC)]]
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| 1987-12-18
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| [[Ultraman 2: Shutsugeki Katoku Tai!! (FDS)]] (ウルトラマン2 出撃科特隊!!)
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| 1988-03-08
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| [[Arkanoid II (FC)]] (アルカノイドⅡ)
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| 1988-03-25
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| [[Omoikkiri Tanteidan Haadou Gumi: Matenrou no Chousenjou (FDS)]] (おもいっきり探偵団 覇悪怒組 魔天郎の挑戦状)
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| 1988-03-25
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| [[Wardner no Mori (FDS)]] (ワードナの森)
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| 1988-10-28
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| [[Yuu Maze (FDS)]] (遊メイズ)
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| 1989-03-31
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| [[Operation Wolf (NES)]] (オペレーション・ウルフ)
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| 1989-12-08
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| [[Taito Chase H.Q. (FC)]] (タイトー チェイスH。Q。)
 
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| 1989/12/08
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| 1989-12-15
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| [[Flipull: An Exciting Cube Game (FC)]] (フリップル)
 
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| 1990/??/??
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| 1990-??-??
 
| [[Chase H.Q. (SMS)]]
 
| [[Chase H.Q. (SMS)]]
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| Composer?
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| 1990-01-26
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| [[Taito Chase H.Q. (PCE)]]
 
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| 1991-07-19
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| [[Toki (NES)]] (ジュジュ伝説)
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| 1992-03-13
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| [[Gokuraku! Chuuka Taisen (PCE)]] (極楽!中華大仙)
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[[Category: Sound Programmers]]

Latest revision as of 14:13, 18 September 2019

Noboru Koshinaka
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Local 越中登 (こしなか のぼる)
Born 19??
Birth Place Unknown
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases D/ Koshinaka, Koshi

Noboru Koshinaka was a Japanese composer who worked for Taito. He usually worked with Isao Mizuguchi.

Gameography

Released Title Sample
1987-03-28 Dirty Pair: Project Eden (FDS) (ダーティペア プロジェクトエデン)
1987-12-18 Ultraman 2: Shutsugeki Katoku Tai!! (FDS) (ウルトラマン2 出撃科特隊!!)
1988-03-08 Arkanoid II (FC) (アルカノイドⅡ)
1988-03-25 Omoikkiri Tanteidan Haadou Gumi: Matenrou no Chousenjou (FDS) (おもいっきり探偵団 覇悪怒組 魔天郎の挑戦状)
1988-03-25 Wardner no Mori (FDS) (ワードナの森)
1988-10-28 Yuu Maze (FDS) (遊メイズ)
1989-03-31 Operation Wolf (NES) (オペレーション・ウルフ)
1989-12-08 Taito Chase H.Q. (FC) (タイトー チェイスH。Q。)
1989-12-15 Flipull: An Exciting Cube Game (FC) (フリップル)
1990-??-?? Chase H.Q. (SMS) Composer?
1990-01-26 Taito Chase H.Q. (PCE)
1991-07-19 Toki (NES) (ジュジュ伝説)
1992-03-13 Gokuraku! Chuuka Taisen (PCE) (極楽!中華大仙)

Links