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Yoshihiro Sakaguchi

aka: Yoshihiro Sakagushi, Yuukichan's Papa, Youki chan's Papa

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Yoshihiro Sakaguchi (坂口 由洋), more commonly known as Yuukichan's Papa (ゆうきちゃんのパパ), is a Japanese sound composer who worked at Capcom in the late 1980's through mid 1990's. Although he did compose some game soundtracks, most notably for the first installment in the Street Fighter series, he is perhaps best-known for programming Capcom's sound driver for their NES games.

In the mid 1990's, Sakaguchi left Capcom and the video game industry, and now serves as a sound editor for anime series such as the Gundam series and Sakura Wars.

Credited on 30 games

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I Am Setsuna (2016 on Windows) Sound Design
Final Fight: Double Impact (2010 on Xbox 360) Music / Sound
Mega Man 2 (2007 on Wii) Sound Programmer
Breath of Fire (2001 on Game Boy Advance) Sound Programmer
Final Fight One (2001 on Game Boy Advance) Music & Sound Effects
Rockman Complete Works: Rockman (1999 on PlayStation) Sound Programmer
Warriors of Fate (1996 on SEGA Saturn) Sound Program
Street Fighter II: Champion Edition (1993 on TurboGrafx-16) Sound Software Design
Street Fighter II Turbo (1993 on SNES) Sound Software Design
Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (1992 on SNES) Sound Design
Disney's Darkwing Duck (1992 on NES) Sound Programmer (uncredited)
U.N. Squadron (1991 on SNES) Sound Programming
Final Fight (1990 on SNES) Music
Code Name: Viper (1990 on NES) Music Programmer (uncredited)
Mercs (1990 on Arcade) Sound Programmer
Disney Adventures in the Magic Kingdom (1990 on NES) Sound Programmer (uncredited)
Final Fight (1989 on Arcade) Music / Sound
Disney's DuckTales (1989 on NES) Sound Programmer
Son Son II (1989 on TurboGrafx-16) Sound
Street Fighter (1988 on TurboGrafx CD) Sound & Music

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Yoshihiro Sakaguchi
circa 2009
source: ameblo.jp

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