aka: Naruke Michiko, Mitiko Naruke, M. Naruke, 成毛 美智子, 成毛 美知子
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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. 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).
Credited on 32 games
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|Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey DX (2021, Windows)||"Beyond the Tempest"|
|Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (2018, Nintendo Switch)||Music Arrangement|
|Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey (2017, Windows)||'Beyond the Tempest'|
|7'scarlet (2016, PS Vita)||Composer/Arranger|
|Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (2014, Wii U)||Music Arrangement|
|Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS (2014, Nintendo 3DS)||Music Arrangement|
|Half-Minute Hero: The Second Coming - Time Goddess' Treasure Pack (2014, Windows)||Musical Artists|
|Banshee's Last Cry (2013, iPad)||Vocal and Piano|
|DeathSmiles II X (2010, Xbox 360)||Death SmilesIIX DLC Music Composers|
|The Wizard of Oz: Beyond the Yellow Brick Road (2008, Nintendo DS)||Opening Theme - "RIZ-ZOAWD!" Lyrics|
|Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2008, Wii)||Music Arrangement|
|Wild Arms XF (2007, PSP)||Opening Theme|
|Wild Arms 5 (2006, PlayStation 2)||Special Thanks|
|Wild Arms 4 (2005, PlayStation 2)||Sound Composers|
|Wild Arms Alter Code: F (2003, PlayStation 2)||Sound Composer|
|Wild Arms 3 (2002, PlayStation 2)||Sound Composer|
|Wild Arms 2 (1999, PlayStation)||Music|
|Wild Arms (1996, PlayStation)||Music|
|Revenge of the Ninja (1994, SEGA CD)||Thanks|
|Cyborg 009 (1993, SEGA CD)||Support (協力)|
[ full credits ]
- 20 games with Takashi Fukushima
- 13 games with Kazuyuki Fukushima
- 12 games with Shinobu Ogawa
- 12 games with Tomoko Miura
- 12 games with Jirō Fukushima
- 12 games with Yūji Fukushima
- 11 games with Yoshinobu Abe
- 10 games with Akifumi Kaneko
- 10 games with Hironori Ahiko
- 10 games with Takao Yoshioka
- 13 games with Telenet Japan Co., Ltd.
- 8 games with Media.Vision Entertainment Inc.
- 7 games with Sony Interactive Entertainment Inc.
- 7 games with Riot
- 5 games with Renovation Game
- 4 games with Sora Ltd.
- 4 games with Nintendo Co., Ltd.
- 4 games with Nintendo of Europe GmbH
- 4 games with XSEED Games
- 4 games with Nintendo of America Inc.