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Masaaki Uno

Game Credits

Business

Final Zone (1990)   (Business Works)
Sol-Feace (1990)   (Business Works)
Zan: Yasha Enbukyoku (1990)   (Business Works)
 

Production

Golden Sun: Dark Dawn (2010)   (Coordinators)
Mario Tennis: Power Tour (2005)   (Coordination)
Mario Golf: Advance Tour (2004)   (Coordination)
Mario Power Tennis (2004)   (Coordination )
Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour (2003)   (Coordination )
Golden Sun: The Lost Age (2002)   (Coordination )
Golden Sun (2001)   (Coordination)
Mobile Golf (2001)   (Coordinator)
Mario Tennis (2000)   (Coordinators)
Mario Tennis (2000)   (Coordinators)
Hot Shots Golf (1997)   (Assistant Directors)
Beyond the Beyond (1995)   (Coordination)
Devastator (1993)   (Produce)
Neugier: Umi to Kaze no Kōdō (1993)   (Producer)
Arcus Odyssey (1991)   (producer)
Dino Land (1991)   (Producer)
Earnest Evans (1991)   (Producer)
El Viento (1991)   (Producer)
Sol-Feace (1990)   (Producer)
Time Gal (1985)   (Producer)
Cobra Command (1984)   (Producer)
 

Design

Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour (2003)   (Sound Director )
Golden Sun: The Lost Age (2002)   (Sound Direction )
Mario Tennis (2000)   (Sound Director)
Mario Golf (1999)   (Assistant Directors )
Mario Golf (1999)   (Assistant Directors)
Hot Shots Golf (1997)   (Course Design)
 

Audio

Mario Tennis Open (2012)   (Sound Effects & Coordination)
Golden Sun: Dark Dawn (2010)   (Sound Director)
Mario Tennis: Power Tour (2005)   (Sound Director)
Mario Golf: Advance Tour (2004)   (Sound Effects)
Mario Power Tennis (2004)   (Sound Director )
Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour (2003)   (Sound Effects )
Golden Sun (2001)   (Sound Director)
Mobile Golf (2001)   (Sound Director)
Mario Tennis (2000)   (Sound Director)
Mario Golf (1999)   (Sound Direction )
Mario Golf (1999)   (Sound Director)
Hot Shots Golf (1997)   (Sound Effects)
Shining Force III (1997)   (Sound Direction)
Shining the Holy Ark (1996)   (Sound Direction By)
Arcus I・II・III (1993)   (Sound Track (サウンド・トラック))
Final Zone (1990)   (Music)
Granada (1990)   (Music)
Jinmu Denshō (1989)   (Music)
Mid-Garts (1989)   (Music)
Zan: Kagerō no Toki (1989)   (Music (音楽))
Arcus (1988)   (Music (音楽))
 

Public Relations

Shining Force III (1997)   (Publicity Arrangement)
 

Other

Granada (1990)   (Business Works)
 


Developer Biography

Masaaki Uno began his career in the gaming industry as a composer for Telenet Japan's Wolfteam subsidiary in 1987. Eventually as they needed more composers a few years later, he became part of the Sergent Wolf Band, along with Motoi Sakuraba and Yasunori Shiono . After Wolfteam was brought back into the Telenet fold and merged with Laser Soft, he became a director, business consultant and producer at Wolfteam.

In 1994, when Hiroyuki and Shugo Takahashi were forming Camelot Software Planning, he joined in founding the company. At Camelot Software Planning, he is a co-ordinator of most of their games, sometimes he is also a producer. His main role is directing sound department.

Last updated: Mar 27, 2006