Masaaki Iwasaki

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Masaaki Iwasaki
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Local 岩崎正明 (いわさき まさあき)
Born Unknown
Birth Place Unknown
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases Koremasa, 是政 (Koremasa), これまさ (Koremasa)

Masaaki Iwasaki (known as Koremasa) is a Japanese composer and sound designer. He began his video game music career at Data East in the late 1980s. Iwasaki often worked with Shogo Sakai, Takafumi Miura, and Yuji Suzuki, so it's difficult to tell which specific songs he worked on in each game. When Data East closed in 2003, Iwasaki worked at HAL Laboratories with Shogo Sakai.

Gameography

Released Title Sample
1988-10-21 Cobra Command (NES) (COBRA COMMAND)
1988-08-12 Soccer League: Winner's Cup (FC) (サッカーリーグ ウィナーズカップ)
1989-01-32 Al Unser Jr. Turbo Racing (NES) (WORLD GRAND―PRIX POLE TO FINISH)
1989-04-01 Hell Hakkenden Shada (PCE) (魔界八犬伝シャダ)
1989-07-14 Bad Dudes (NES) (ドラゴンニンジャ)
1989-08-25 RoboCop (NES) (ROBOCOP)
1989-12-23 The Glory of Hercules II: Destruction of the Titans (FC) (ヘラクレスの栄光Ⅱ タイタンの滅亡)
1990-03-02 Heavy Barrel (NES) (HEAVY BARREL)
1990-09-14 Little Magic (FC) (リトルマジック)
1991-05-24 Metal Max (FC) (METAL MAX)
1992-??-?? Side Pocket (GEN) (サイドポケット) Sound Effects only?
1992-04-24 The Glory of Hercules III: Silence of the Gods (SFC) (ヘラクレスの栄光Ⅲ 神々の沈黙)
1993-??-?? Dashin' Desperadoes (GEN)
1994-10-21 The Glory of Hercules IV: A Gift from the Gods (SFC) (ヘラクレスの栄光Ⅳ 神々からの贈り物)
1995-08-11 Dark Legend (SS) (水滸演武)
1995-09-29 Metal Max Returns (SFC) (メタルマックスリターンズ)
1995-??-?? Minnesota Fats: Pool Legend (GEN)
1999-10-28 Revive... Sosei (DC)
1999-11-25 Zombie Revenge (DC)
2006-04-30 Mother 3 (GBA) Sound effects
2008-03-09 Super Smash Bros.: Brawl (WII)

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