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Tenpei Sato

Also Known As

  • S. Tenpei
  • Tenpei Satou
  • Tenpei Satoh

Game Credits

Audio

Disgaea PC (2016)   (Music Composer)
MeiQ: Labyrinth of Death (2016)   (Opening Theme: "Ryusei no Ribbon")
Trillion: God of Destruction (2016)   (Opening Theme 'Ai No Noise')
The Witch and the Hundred Knight: Revival Edition (2016)   (Music)
Mugen Souls Z (2014)   (Music)
Mugen Souls (2013)   (Music)
Prinny: Can I Really Be the Hero? (2008)   (Music)
Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories (2006)   (Music Composer)
Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness (2006)   (Music Composer)
Makai Kingdom: Chronicles of the Sacred Tome (2005)   (Music Composers)
Phantom Brave (2004)   (Music Composer)
Disgaea: Hour of Darkness (2003)   (Music)
La Pucelle: Tactics (2002)   (Music)
Kickboxing (2001)   (Sound)
Marl de Jigsaw (2001)   (Music (音楽))
Pinball (2000)   (Sound Composer)
Little Princess: Marl Ōkoku no Ningyō ... (1999)   (Sound Creator (サウンドクリエイター))
Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure (1998)   (Music by)
Cal III (1994)   (Music (音楽))
Magna Braban: Henreki no Yūsha (1994)   (Music Composer)
Alien Vs Predator (1993)   (Sound Team)
Cal II (1993)   (Music)
Fiend Hunter (1993)   (Casting Produce)
Imperium (1992)   (Sound)
Musya: The Classic Japanese Tale of Horror (1992)   (Sound Arrangements)
Xardion (1992)   (Music Program)
Alshark (1991)   (Music Composition (ミュージック・コンポーズ))
Gdleen (1991)   (Arrangement)
Task Force Harrier EX (1991)   (Sound)
Cosmic Fantasy: Bōken Shōnen Yū (1990)   (Composition (作曲))
Emerald Dragon (1989)   (Music (ミュージック))
Mugen Senshi Valis II (1989)   (Composed & Arranged by (作曲/アレンジ))
Death Bringer (1988)   (Composed and Arranged)
Exile (1988)   (Composed and Arranged by)
XZR (1988)   (Music Compose)
 

Thanks

Hole Chaser (1990)   (Thanks)
 


Developer Biography

Tenpei Satō (佐藤 天平) is a Japanese game music composer and voice actor. He started playing piano at the age of six, and later attended Waseda University. He composed music for many games released by Telenet Japan, Glodia, and later Nippon Ichi.

Last updated: Aug 27, 2013