Hiroyuki Yanada

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Hiroyuki Yanaka
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Local 簗田 裕之 (やなだ ひろゆき)[1]
Born Unknown
Birth Place Unknown
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases Yanda


Composer who worked at or with Atlus during the 90s.

Gameography

Released Title Sample
1992-12-25 Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible (GB) (女神転生外伝 ラストバイブル)[2] @ Cirrus Retro
1993-11-19 Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible II (GB) (女神転生外伝 ラストバイブルII)[3] @ Cirrus Retro
1993-12-?? Oh My God! (ARC) (オーマイガァー!) [4]
1994-06-?? Naname de Magic! (ARC) (ななめでまじっく!)[5]
1995-03-04 Last Bible 3 (ラストバイブル3) (SFC)[6] @ Cirrus Retro
1995-09-29 Jack Bros. (ジャック・ブラザースの迷路でヒーホー!) [7] @ VGMRips

Derivative Gameography

Released Title Sample
1994-04-22 Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible (GG) (女神転生外伝 ラストバイブル)[8]
1999-03-19 Revelations: The Demon Slayer (GBC) (color re-release of Last Bible)[9]
1999-04-16 Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible II (GBC) (color re-release)[10]
200?-??-?? Mobile phone ports of Last Bible I-III[11]

Co-Composers

Composer Titles
Iwao Mitsunaga Last Bible, Last Bible II
Misaki Okibe Naname de Magic!


References