Masaki Hashimoto

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Masaki Hashimoto
Local 橋本 正樹 (はしもと まさき)
Birth Place Unknown
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases Hashimotoravolta, M. Bridgeroot, Hatch, Metldon (?), みすかまかす・­はしもと (Misukamakasu Hashimoto)

Masaki Hashimoto worked at Human. He was often credited with Takahiro Wakuta. He was also a sound designer and programmer. He is probably best known for his soundtrack for the game Monster Party.

In Michael Andretti's World Grand Prix, he is listed as "M. Bridgeroot", which is an English translation of his name.


Released Title Sample
1986-11-12 Athletic World (NES) (ファミリー トレーナーシリーズ アスレチックワールド) Composer?
1987-07-31 Family Trainer: Meiro Daisakusen (FC) (迷路大作戦) Composer?
1987-12-16 Exciting Boxing (FC) (エキサイティング ボクシング) Composer?
1987-12-28 Family Trainer: Totsugeki! Fuuun Takeshi-jou (FC) (突撃!風雲たけし城) Composer?
1988-12-09 Michael Andretti's World Grand Prix (NES) (中嶋悟F-1 HERO)
1989-06-?? Monster Party (NES) (パロディ ワールド モンスター パーティ)
1989-08-08 Meimon! Dai San Nodama Bu (FC) (名門!第三野球部)
1989-10-14 Venus Senki (FC) (ヴィナス戦記:イオ・シティ奪回) Composer?
1990-04-27 Formation Soccer '90: Human Cup (PCE) (フォーメーションサッカー:HUMAN CUP ’90)
1990-07-?? The Adventures of Gilligan's Island (NES)
1990-12-21 Kabuki Quantum Fighter (NES) (地獄極楽丸)
1991-09-27 Satoru Nakajima: F-1 Hero 2 (FC) (中嶋悟:監修 F-1ヒーロー2)
1992-02-06 Sorcerer's Kingdom (GEN) (ソーサルキングダム) Special Thanks
1992-03-13 Mamono Hunter Yoko: Makai Kara no Tenkousei (TGCD) (魔物ハンター妖子 魔界からの転校生)
1993-04-09 Ultraman: Kuusou Tokusatsu Series (GEN) (ウルトラマン 空想特撮シリーズ)