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Michiko Naruke

Also Known As

  • Mitiko Naruke

Game Credits

Audio

Super Smash Bros.: Brawl (2008)   (Music Arrangement)
The Wizard of Oz: Beyond the Yellow Brick Road (2008)   (Ending Theme - "Home on the Hill" Lyrics)
Wild Arms XF (2007)   (Opening Theme)
Wild Arms 4 (2005)   (Sound Composers)
Wild Arms Alter Code: F (2003)   (Sound Composer)
Wild Arms 3 (2002)   (Wing - Words)
Wild Arms 2 (1999)   (Music)
Wild Arms (1996)   (Music)
Tenshi no Uta II: Datenshi no Sentaku (1993)   (Music Composer (ミュージックコンポーズ))
Mirai Shōnen Conan (1992)   (Game BGM (ゲームBGM))
Psycho Dream (1992)   (Music)
High Grenadier (1991)   (Music Compose)
Tenshi no Uta (1991)   (Music (音楽))
Dekoboko Densetsu: Hashiru Wagamanma (1990)   (Arrangement (編曲))
Legion (1990)   (Music)
Valis III (1990)   (Music)
Exile (1988)   (Audio)
 

Support

Cyborg 009 (1993)   (Support (協力))
Exile: Wicked Phenomenon (1992)   (Cooperation)
 

Thanks

Wild Arms 5 (2006)   (Special Thanks)
Revenge of the Ninja (1984)   (Thanks)
 


Developer Biography

Michiko Naruke (なるけみちこ) is a Japanese video game music composer, well-known for her work in the Wild Arms series.

She used to work for Telenet Japan and Riot, but many people who worked for these two companies left, and along with Naruke, later started working for Media.Vision. Michiko Naruke is also known as Hassy, which is the name she used while working under the "@MIDI" project with Motoi Sakuraba and many other composers from Telenet Japan. She has composed music for games outside of the Wild Arms series, such as Psycho Dream and Tenshi no Uta games. Her compositions in the Wild Arms series include her signature whistling parts, whistled by Naoki Takao.

Naruke is also a fan of Gingaman. Two possible musical influences on her are Jerry Goldsmith and Bach, which she has memorial items of both composers (as seen in Wild Arms: Piece of Tears scorebook).

Last updated: Jul 17, 2011