Hiroshi Nishikawa

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Hiroshi Nishikawa
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Local 西川浩史 (にしかわ ひろし)
Born
Birth Place Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases H. Nishikawa

Hiroshi Nishikawa is a Japanese composer and sound designer. It appears, that he was a freelance composer during his career, because he worked for several companies, including Zap, Technos and KID.

Gameography

Released Title Sample
1990-??-?? Barunba (MSX) (バルンバ)
1990-03-30 Nekketsu Koukou Dodge Ball-Bu: PC Bangai-hen (PCE)
1990-04-27 Barunba (PCE) (バルンバ)
1990-12-07 Burning Angels (PCE) (バーニングエンジェル)
1990-12-21 Makai Prince Dorabocchan (PCE)
1991-02-22 Dead Moon (TG16) (デッドムーン 月世界の悪夢) Sound Effects
1991-07-?? Acrobat Mission (ARC) (アクロバットミッション)
1991-12-06 Bubblegum Crash (PCE) Sound Effects
1991-12-20 Nekketsu Koukou Dodge Ball-Bu: CD Soccer-hen (ROM2) (熱血高校ドッジボール部 CDサッカー編)
1992-04-03 Nekketsu Koukou Dodge Ball-Bu: PC Soccer-hen (PCE)
1992-07-24 Twinkle Tale (SMD) (ツインクルテール)
1995-11-22 Bases Loaded '96: Double Header (SS)
1996-12-16 Breakers (ARC) (ブレーカーズ)
1997-??-?? Pop 'n' Pop (ARC) (ポップンポップ) Sound Data
1997-11-27 R?MJ: The Mystery Hospital (PS1) (―エムジェイ。 R?MJ THE MYSTERY HOSPITAL) Sound Director
1997-12-18 R?MJ: The Mystery Hospital (SS) (―エムジェイ。 R?MJ THE MYSTERY HOSPITAL) Sound Director
1998-07-02 Breakers Revenge (ARC) (ブレーカーズリベンジ)
1999-12-22 Countdown Vampires (PS1) Sound Director
2000-06-29 Rainbow Islands: Putty's Party (WS) (レインボーアイランド ~パーティズ☆パーティ~)
2001-02-26 Pop 'n' Pop (GBC)

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