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Latest revision as of 07:20, 13 June 2019

Tsukushi Sasaki
Tsukushi Sasaki - 1.jpg
Local 佐々木 筑紫 (ささき つくし)
Born
Birth Place Akita, Akita Prefecture, Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases T.Sasaki, Tsukushi

Tsukushi Sasaki is a Japanese composer, sound designer and sound programmer. She was a part of the sound team Mint. As a result, she worked with the team composers, including with Michiya Hirasawa and Akihiko Mori.

Gameography

Released Title Sample Notes
1990-04-07 Ultraman Club 2: Kaette Kita Ultraman Club (FC) (ウルトラマン倶楽部2 帰ってきたウルトラマン倶楽部) Sound Effects
1991-03-08 Zero 4 Champ (PCE) (ゼロヨンチャンプ)
1991-04-05 Obocchamakun (FC) (おぼっちゃまくん)
1992-08-28 CB Chara Wars (SFC) (CBキャラウォーズ 失われたギャ~グ) Sound Program
1992-12-23 The Combatribes (SNES) (コンバットライブス) Sound Program
1993-11-05 Tecmo Secret of the Stars (SNES) (アクタリオン)
1994-04-08 Shien's Revenge (SNES) (紫炎 ザ・ブレイドチェイサー)
1994-07-15 Zen-Nippon Pro Wrestling Jet (GB) (全日本プロレスジェット)
1994-09-23 Bassin's Black Bass with Hank Parker (SNES) (スーパーブラックバス2)
1994-10-28 Shounen Ninja Sasuke (SFC) (少年忍者サスケ) Thanks
1994-11-25 Dragon Ball Z: Goku Hishouden (GB) (ドラゴンボールZ 悟空飛翔伝) GBSound Design
1995-02-25 Otoboke Ninja Colosseum (SFC) (おとぼけ忍者コロシアム)
1995-04-21 Shin SD Sengokuden: Taishou Gun Retsuden (SFC) (新SD戦国伝 大将軍列伝)
1995-12-08 Othello World II: Yume to Michi e no Chousen (PS1)
2000-04-27 Simple 1500 Series Vol. 28: The Dungeon RPG (PS1) (SIMPLE 1500シリーズ Vol.28 THE ダンジョンRPG)
2001-03-22 The Meiro (PS1)

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