Sachio Ogawa

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Sachio Ogawa
Sachio Ogawa - 01.jpg
Local 小河幸男 (おがわ さちお)
Born Unknown
Birth Place Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases Sting S
Sting Ogawa
Sting Saito

Sachio Ogawa is a Japanese composer who is a part of Sega's sound team. He is most well known for doing the soundtrack to Virtua Fighter 4. He has been inactive from 2007 to 2011.

His alias "Sting" might relate to him liking the musician of the same name. He may also be the same person as Shigeru Ohwada.


Released Title Sample Notes
1988-02-29 Space Harrier 3D (SMS) Arranger
1988-09-23 SpellCaster (SMS)
1988-10-29 Super Thunder Blade (GEN)
1991-12-01 Sega CD (SCD) (セガメガCD)
1992-11-20 Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (GEN) Sound Assistant
1993-06-18 J.League Pro Striker (SMD)
1993-11-12 Dark Wizard (SCD)
1994-02-02 Sonic the Hedgehog 3 (GEN)
1994-04-23 Formula One World Championship: Beyond the Limit (SCD)
1994-07-22 The Hybrid Front (MD)
1994-10-17 Sonic & Knuckles (GEN)
1997-12-?? Sega Bass Fishing (ARC) Sound Director
2001-??-?? Beach Spikers: Virtua Beach Volleyball (ARC)
2002-01-31 Virtua Fighter 4 (PS2)
2002-02-?? The King of Route 66 (ARC)
2003-12-01 OutRun 2 (ARC) "Opening Jingle"
2004-04-?? Quest of D (ARC)
2004-10-30 Oshare Majo: Love and Berry (ARC)
2004-12-01 OutRun 2: Special Tour (ARC)
2005-12-08 Yakuza (PS2) "For Whose Sake"
2006-07-12 Virtua Fighter 5 (ARC)
2012-02-09 Mario & Sonic At the London 2012 Olympic Games (3DS)