Takayuki Suzuki

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Takayuki Suzuki
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Local 鈴木 隆之 (すずき たかゆき)
Born 1964-05-30
Birth Place Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases T. Suzuki, Tak Suzuki, Opus Corp., 鈴木 隆志 [Takashi Suzuki]

Takayuki Suzuki is a Japanese video game developer, composer and sound designer. He was a member and leader of the music group called Goblin Sound, who made music for companies that did not have in-house music staff. After the group disbanded, he founded Opus Corp., which developed video games for various platforms, but also outsourced music to other companies. The company still exists, but has not been involved with video game audio for many years.

Audio Development


Suzuki created the ODQ-MD driver, used in only four games.


Suzuki created the SQ & DBOOT sound driver. Like Nintendo's Kankichi-kun, several variants were made by the different developers that used it.


Released Title Sample Notes
1987-06-?? Super Real Mahjong PII (ARC) (スーパーリアル麻雀PII)
1987-10-?? Thundercade (ARC)
1988-04-?? Twin Eagle (ARC) (ツインイーグル)
1989-??-?? Cal.50 (ARC)
1990-01-26 Gai Flame (PCE) (ガイフレーム)
1990-03-16 Target Earth (GEN) (重装機兵レイノス)
1990-11-30 Battle Bull (GB) (バトル・ブル)
1991-12-20 Task Force Harrier EX (GEN) (タスクフォース・ハリアーEX) PCM
1992-02-21 F1 ROC: Race of Champions (SNES) (エキゾースト・ヒート) Sound Producer
1992-03-27 Ranma 1/2: Chounai Gekitouhen (SFC) (らんま1/2~町内激闘篇~) Sound Producer
1992-12-18 Hitori de Dekirumon! Cooking Densetsu (GB) (ひとりでできるもん クッキング伝説)
1994-??-?? Super Real Mahjong PV (ARC) (スーパーリアル麻雀P。V) Music Director
1994-01-28 Brain Lord (SFC) (ブレインロード) Sound Director
1994-05-13 Date Kimiko no Virtual Tennis (SFC) (伊達公子のバーチャルテニス)
1995-03-03 Super Real Mahjong PV Custom (TGCD) (スーパーリアル麻雀P。V カスタム) Music Director
1995-03-17 Sprinter Monogatari: Mezase Ikkaku Sennkinn (SFC) (スプリンター物語~めざせ一攫千金~)
1995-07-07 Shin Ikkaku Senkin (SFC) (新一攫千金)
1996-03-29 Super Real Mahjong PV FX (PCFX) (スーパーリアル麻雀P。V) Music Director
1996-05-24 Motor Toon Grand Prix (PS1) Sound FX
1996-09-20 Battle Arena Nitoushinden (PS1) (にとうしんでん)
1998-06-04 Crisis City (PS1) Sound Designer
1999-04-01 R: Rock'n Riders (PS1) (R[アール]) Music Programmer
Unreleased Bio Force Ape (NES) Sound Driver

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