Masashi Kageyama

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Masashi Kageyama
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Local 影山 雅司 (かげやま まさし)
Born c. 1966 May 24
Birth Place Unknown
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg

Masashi Kageyama is a Japanese musician. He worked at Sunsoft's Tokyo branch for a few years, providing compositions for various titles, and later did the same for F2 Company. He eventually decided to take a step back from composing as a career, and in the meantime has remained committed to the Tokyo Jazz scene as a photographer and Alto Saxophone player.

Gameography

Released Title Sample Notes
1989-03-17 Out Live (PCE) Music Composer
1989-12-22 Benkei Gaiden (PCE)
1992-01-31 Mr. Gimmick (NES) Sound Composer
1992-12-11 Benkei Gaiden: Suna no Shou (SFC) Music Composition
1993-07-30 Robot Construction R.C. (X68000) Music Composer
1995-03-31 Deae Tonosama Appare Ichiban (SFC) Music Composition
1997-04-25 Iwatobi Penguin: Rocky x Hopper (PS1) Compose & Arrange
1998-11-19 The Solitaire (PS1)
1999-09-14 Purumui Purumui (PS1) Music Composition
2018-11-18 Oppaidius Summer Trouble! (W64) Title Theme (No News is Good News)
2020-01-16 Oppaidius Tropical Cruise! (W64) Cabin Theme (Everything Comes for Him Who Waits)
2021-06-04 Oppaidius Desert Island! (W64)

Links

  • [1] - 2011 Interview for Rom Cassette Disc in SUNSOFT Remix.
  • [2] - 2014 Video Interview for Diggin' in the Carts.
  • [3] - 2015 VGMO Interview.