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'''''Yasuhiro Kawakami''''' is a Japanese composer and sound designer. He first started working at [[Sega]], composing the music to the arcade game Shinobi. After he left, he composed one game for [[Kemco]] before joining [[Irem]].
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'''''Yasuhiro Kawakami''''' is a Japanese composer and sound designer. He first started working at [[Sega]], composing the music to the arcade game Shinobi. He later worked at [[Irem]].
  
 
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Revision as of 16:35, 20 October 2019

Yasuhiro Kawakami
Yasuhiro Kawakami - 1.jpg
Local 川上康広 (かわかみ やすひろ)
Born
Birth Place Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases Y. Kawakami, Charlie, Charlie Y.K, Chariey Y.K,

Yasuhiro Kawakami is a Japanese composer and sound designer. He first started working at Sega, composing the music to the arcade game Shinobi. He later worked at Irem.

Gameography

Released Title Sample
1987-??-?? Shinobi (ARC)
1988-??-?? Tetris (ARC)
1988-??-?? Crack Down (ARC)
1990-09-21 North & South (NES) (ノース&サウス わくわく南北戦争)
(Composer?)
1991-07-13 Super R-Type (SNES) (スーパー・アールタイプ)
1992-10-?? The Irem Skins Game (SNES) (メジャータイトル)
1992-10-05 Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest (SNES)
1996-08-02 Tobal No. 1 (PS1)
1998-12-23 Chocobo's Dungeon 2 (PS1)

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