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Native name  細江 慎治
Role  Composer
Name  Shinji Hosoe

Years active  1987–present
Instruments  Piano synthesizer
Record label  Troubadour Records
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Also known as  MEGATEN SamplingMasters MEGA
Born  February 28, 1967 (age 48) Gero, Japan (1967-02-28)
Occupation(s)  Composer musician producer
Labels  Troubadour Records Super Sweep Record
Albums  鋳薔薇, Ridge Racer, escape goat
Genres  Techno, Rave music, Trance music, Electro, Jazz fusion, Video game music
Similar People  Ayako Saso, Takayuki Aihara, Nobuyoshi Sano, Hiroshi Okubo, Hitoshi Sakimoto

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Shinji Hosoe (細江 慎治, Hosoe Shinji, born February 28, 1967), also known as MEGATEN and SamplingMasters MEGA, is a Japanese video game composer and musician most famous for scoring Ridge Racer, Keyboardmania 3rd mix and many early 1990s Namco arcade games. He also created the in-game music for Xenosaga Episode II: Jenseits von Gut und Böse. He was assisted by Yuki Kajiura on the project, though he did not return as a composer for Xenosaga Episode III: Also sprach Zarathustra. He also runs the music production and publishing company Super Sweep Records, along with long-time collaborators Ayako Saso and Takayuki Aihara.

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Works

  • Dragon Spirit (1987)
  • Final Lap (1987)
  • Quester (1987)
  • Assault (1988) – with Kazuo Noguchi
  • Metal Hawk (1988) – with Kazuo Noguchi
  • Ordyne (1988)
  • Wanderers from Jumpper (1989) - "Fa Dato Henyo"
  • Dirt Fox (1989)
  • Final Lap 2 (1990)
  • Pistol Daimyo no Bouken (1990) – with Seiichi Sakurai and Yoshie Takayanagi
  • Dragon Saber (1990)
  • Galaxian³: Project Dragoon (1990) – with Ayako Saso and Takayuki Aihara
  • Starblade (1991)
  • Fighter & Attacker (1992) – with Takayuki Aihara
  • Cyber Sled (1993)
  • Ridge Racer (1993) – with Ayako Saso and Nobuyoshi Sano
  • Ridge Racer 2 (1994) – with Ayako Saso, Nobuyoshi Sano and Takayuki Aihara
  • Galaxian³: Project Dragoon (Theater 6 version) (1994) – with Ayako Saso
  • Attack of the Zolgear (1994) – with Ayako Saso, Nobuyoshi Sano and Hiroto Sasaki
  • Tekken (PlayStation version) (1995) – arrangements with Namco Sound Team
  • Rave Racer (1995) – with Ayako Saso, Nobuyoshi Sano and Takayuki Aihara
  • Cyber Cycles (1995) – with Ayako Saso, Yuri Misumi, Nobuyoshi Sano and Takayuki Aihara
  • Speed Racer (1995)
  • Xevious 3D/G (1995) – with Ayako Saso, Nobuyoshi Sano and Hiroto Sasaki
  • Street Fighter EX (1996) – with Ayako Saso and Takayuki Aihara
  • Bushido Blade (1997) – with Ayako Saso and Takayuki Aihara
  • Fighting Layer (1998) sound effects only, music composed by Ayako Saso and Takayuki Aihara
  • Street Fighter EX2 (1998) – with Ayako Saso and Takayuki Aihara
  • Tetris: The Grand Master (1998) – with Ayako Saso
  • iS: internal section (1999) – with Ayako Saso
  • Custom Robo (1999) – with Ayako Saso and Yasuhisa Watanabe
  • Tetris the Absolute 2: The Grand Master (2000) – with Ayako Saso
  • Custom Robo V2 (2000) – with Ayako Saso, Yasuhisa Watanabe and Yousuke Yasui
  • Street Fighter EX3 (2000) – with Ayako Saso, Takayuki Aihara and Yasuhisa Watanabe
  • Technictix (2001) – with Ayako Saso, Takayuki Aihara, Yasuhisa Watanabe, Yousuke Yasui and Hiroto Saitoh
  • Driving Emotion Type-S (2001) – with Ayako Saso and Takayuki Aihara
  • Technic Beat (2002) – with Ayako Saso, Hiroto Saitoh, Yousuke Yasui, Nakayama Raiden and Takayuki Aihara
  • Custom Robo GX (2002) – with Ayako Saso and Yasuhisa Watanabe
  • Perfect Prince (2002) – with Hitoshi Sakimoto and Ayako Saso
  • The Naruto: Clash of Ninja series
  • Megaman Network Transmission (2003) – with Ayako Saso and Yousuke Yasui
  • Xenosaga Episode II: Jenseits von Gut und Böse (2004) – with Yuki Kajiura
  • Mushihime-sama (2004) – with Hitoshi Sakimoto, Masaharu Iwata, and Manabu Namiki
  • Ibara (2005)
  • Under Defeat (2005)
  • Zatch Bell! Mamodo Battles (2005) – with Ayako Saso, Yousuke Yasui, Masashi Yano, Norihiro Furukara and Takayuki Aihara
  • Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner (2006) – with Kenji Itō, Yasunori Mitsuda, Hitoshi Sakimoto, and Yōko Shimomura
  • Super Dragon Ball Z (2006)
  • Folklore (2007) – with Kenji Kawai, Ayako Saso and Hiroto Saitoh
  • DJMax Portable Black Square (2008) – with various composers
  • Let's Tap (2008) – with various composers
  • Impetuth (2008) – with Shoichiro Sakamoto
  • Tekken 6 (2009) – with various composers
  • 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors (2009)
  • Fate/Extra (2010) – Original Sound Track
  • DJMax Portable 3 (2010) – with various composers
  • Otomedius Excellent (2011) – with various composers
  • DJMax Technika 3 (2011) – with various composers
  • DJMax Technika Tune (2012) – with various composers
  • Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward (2012)
  • Tekken Tag Tournament 2 (2012) – with various composers
  • maimaiPLUS (2013)
  • Tekken Revolution (2013) – with various composers
  • No Game No Life (2014) – with Ayako Saso, Takahiro Eguchi, and Fumihisa Tanaka
  • Protect Me Knight 2 (2014) – with Yuzo Koshiro, Hisayoshi Ogura, Motoaki Furukawa, and Hiroshi Kawaguchi
  • Adrift in a Cobalt Eternity (2016) – with Chris Huelsbeck, Manami Kiyota, and Lucas King
  • Zero Time Dilemma (2016)
  • Taboo-Tattoo (2016)
  • Angels with Scaly Wings (2017) – with various composers
  • DJMax Respect (2017) – with various composers
  • References

    Shinji Hosoe Wikipedia


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