Takeshi Yasuda

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Takeshi Ricardo Yasuda
Takeshi Yasuada - 1.jpg
Local 安田 毅 (やすだ たけし)
Born 1962
Birth Place Mexico City, Mexico
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases T. Yasuda, Honami
Website http://www014.upp.so-net.ne.jp/chapeshome//Ts-prof_back.html

Takeshi Yasuda (Born 安田 リカード 毅 Takeshi Ricardo Yasuda) is a Japanese composer. He was born in 1962 in Mexico City, though he also lived in the UK for some time. In the late 80's/early 90's he worked on the music for games published by either Pony Canyon. His primary works were the PC98 ports of the classic 'Gold Box' RPG games such as Curse of the Azure Bonds and Secret of the Silver Blades. He has also worked with the famous Hitoshi Sakimoto.

Takeshi continues to compose music today, but it is unknown whether he is still working on game music or not.

Music Development


For Break Time: The National Pool Tour, he used a sound driver by Hiroshi Yamazaki.


I used a custom-programmed edit tool for the sound chip for the PC-98 which was provided by the client. The software looked like a DX-7 editor because the PC-98 has a similar kind of FM sound generator chip.


Released Title Sample Notes
1988-09-21 Kujaku Ou (FC) (孔雀王)
1989-??-?? Ultima I: The First Age of Darkness (MSX) (ウルティマ)
1991-06-21 Curse of the Azure Bonds (PC98) (カース・オブ・アジュア・ボンド)
1991-06-21 Jungle Wars (GB) (ジャングルウォーズ) Main Theme
1992-??-?? Dragons of Flame (FMT) (ドラゴン・オブ・フレイム)
1992-01-?? Dragons of Flame (PC98) (ドラゴン・オブ・フレイム)
1992-02-21 Dragons of Flame (FC) (ドラゴン・オブ・フレイム)
1992-07-17 Secret of the Silver Blades (PC98) (シークレット・オブ・ザ・シルバーブレード)
1993-01-?? Break Time: The National Pool Tour (NES)
1993-03-19 Pools of Darkness (PC98) (プールズ・オブ・ダークネス)
1993-08-06 Onita Atsushi: FMW (SFC) (大仁田厚FMW)
1995-10-13 Wizardry VII: Gadeia no Houshu (PS1)
1995-10-28 F-1 GP (3DO)
1995-12-01 Sentou Kokka: Air Land Battle (PS1) (戦闘国家)