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Shinji Hosoe

Also Known As

  • Megaten Hosoe
  • Sampling Masters MEGA
  • Sinji Hosoe

Game Credits

Audio

Ridge Racer Unbounded (2012)   (Music Composers)
Endless Ocean: Blue World (2010)   (Sound Executive Producer)
Prismatic Solid (2010)   (Sound)
3D Dot Game Heroes (2009)   (Sound)
Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors (2009)   (Music)
beatmania IIDX 15: DJ TROOPERS (2008)   (Composers & Arrangers)
Endless Ocean (2007)   (Sound Executive Producer)
Folklore (2007)   (Music)
Tekken 6 (2007)   (Composition & Arrangement)
Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner (2006)   (Sound Production)
Ridge Racer 7 (2006)   (BGM Composers)
Ibara (2005)   (Music Composer)
Spikeout: Battle Street (2005)   (Music)
beatmania IIDX 10th style (2005)   (Composers)
The Nightmare of Druaga: Fushigino dungeon (2004)   (Sound)
Xenosaga: Episode II - Jenseits von Gut und Böse (2004)   (Game Music Composer)
beatmania IIDX 9th style (2005)   (Composers, Remixers)
Mega Man Network Transmission (2003)   (Sound)
beatmania IIDX 6th style: new songs collection (2002)   (Composers)
Gungrave (2002)   (Sound Director)
Technic Beat (2002)   (Music Composed and Arranged By (Except Namco Game Music))
beatmania IIDX 5th style: new songs collection (2001)   (Composers)
Driving Emotion Type-S (2000)   (Music)
Street Fighter EX3 (2000)   (Composed and Arranged)
Deep Freeze (1999)   (Sound Effect/Voice Edit)
Street Fighter EX 2 Plus (1999)   (Sound Creators)
Bushido Blade (1997)   (Sound)
Street Fighter EX Plus Alpha (1997)   (Sound Directed by)
Ridge Racer Revolution (1995)   ("Ridge Racer 2" Original Sound)
Tekken 2 (1995)   (BGM Arrange)
Tekken (1994)   (Sound Creators)
Ridge Racer (1993)   (Sound)
Starblade (1991)   (Sound Effects)
Dragon Spirit (1987)   (Music Composer)
Quester (1987)   (Music Composer)
 

Thanks

Makai Kingdom: Chronicles of the Sacred Tome (2005)   (Special Thanks)
WarTech: Senko no Ronde (2005)   (Special Thanks)
Border Down (2003)   (Special Thanks)
Puzzle Star Sweep (1997)   (Addl' Special Thanks To)
 


Developer Biography

Shinji Hosoe (細江慎治), alias MEGATEN and SamplingMasters MEGA, is a well-known Japanese game composer and musician. He started part-time at Namco in 1987, working on games such as Dragon Spirit, Cyber Sled, and Ridge Racer. In 1992, he established the independent record label Troubadour Records with fellow Namco composer Takayuki Aihara. In 1996, Hosoe left Namco with Aihara and Ayako Saso to join Street Fighter II co-creator Akira Nishitani's new company Arika as their sound team, and he provided music for such titles as Bushido Blade and Street Fighter EX while working there. The three of them left Arika in 2000 to establish SuperSweep, a successor to the now-defunct Troubadour Records. Today, Hosoe still provides music for a wide variety of games, and also serves as director of SuperSweep.

Last updated: Jul 02, 2009