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  • ...good graphics, music, and controls. This was one of the few TV-adaptation games that Pack-In-Video developed. ...over and over. Shockingly, this game has credits, as most games developed by Pack-In-Video did not. Below, you can click on the sources to see the peopl
    7 KB (729 words) - 07:56, 1 January 2018
  • ...m for a part-time job. They were indifferent to inserting credits in their games. Only a couple of their Nintendo titles had credits. They are now known as ==Games==
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  • ...worked for [[Pack-In-Video]] and composed the music for a couple of their games. In 1997, he was a part of a project called "Arc〜en〜Ciel". | With [[Junichi Saito]] and [[Masaki Iwamoto]].
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  • ...the game never came out in the western regions, however, a translated ROM by Aeon Genesis is available. ...ee composers are credited for the making of this game's soundtrack: Masaki Iwamoto and Hitoshi Saito who worked with each other before working for Pack-In-Vid
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  • ...back turned toward you. He says, "Currently, our country has been attacked by an unidentified enemy, and now we are in danger of the existence of the nat ...track was later arranged on the Famicom in [[Navy Blue (FC)]], most likely by [[Masahiro Kusunoki]].
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  • ...game that is an adaptation of the board game [[Battleship]]. You start off by selecting a stage from the bottom left corner of the screen, and can only c ...Junichi Saito, and Masaki Iwamoto. It was presumably arranged for the NES by Masahiro Kusunoki, as he receives a sound programming credit in [[Hokuto no
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  • ...{{Composer|Hitoshi Saito}}, {{Composer|Junichi Saito}}, {{Composer|Masaki Iwamoto}} ...ly written by either [[Hitoshi Saito]], [[Junichi Saito]], and/or [[Masaki Iwamoto]]. The composer(s) should be contacted for an official title.
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  • ...{{Composer|Hitoshi Saito}}, {{Composer|Junichi Saito}}, {{Composer|Masaki Iwamoto}} ...ly written by either [[Hitoshi Saito]], [[Junichi Saito]], and/or [[Masaki Iwamoto]]. The composer(s) should be contacted for an official title.
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  • ...{{Composer|Hitoshi Saito}}, {{Composer|Junichi Saito}}, {{Composer|Masaki Iwamoto}} ...ly written by either [[Hitoshi Saito]], [[Junichi Saito]], and/or [[Masaki Iwamoto]]. The composer(s) should be contacted for an official title.
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  • ...{{Composer|Hitoshi Saito}}, {{Composer|Junichi Saito}}, {{Composer|Masaki Iwamoto}} ...ly written by either [[Hitoshi Saito]], [[Junichi Saito]], and/or [[Masaki Iwamoto]]. The composer(s) should be contacted for an official title.
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  • ...{{Composer|Hitoshi Saito}}, {{Composer|Junichi Saito}}, {{Composer|Masaki Iwamoto}} ...ly written by either [[Hitoshi Saito]], [[Junichi Saito]], and/or [[Masaki Iwamoto]]. The composer(s) should be contacted for an official title.
    2 KB (235 words) - 23:50, 9 March 2021
  • ...{{Composer|Hitoshi Saito}}, {{Composer|Junichi Saito}}, {{Composer|Masaki Iwamoto}} '''''Lose''''' is a melancholy jingle that plays when you are defeated by an opponent in ''Kaisen Game: Navy Blue 90 (GB)''. Like the rest of the sou
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  • ...{{Composer|Hitoshi Saito}}, {{Composer|Junichi Saito}}, {{Composer|Masaki Iwamoto}} '''''Win''''' is an upbeat jingle that plays when you are defeated by an opponent in ''Kaisen Game: Navy Blue 90 (GB)''. Like the rest of the sou
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  • ...{{Composer|Hitoshi Saito}}, {{Composer|Junichi Saito}}, {{Composer|Masaki Iwamoto}} ...ly written by either [[Hitoshi Saito]], [[Junichi Saito]], and/or [[Masaki Iwamoto]]. The composer(s) should be contacted for an official title.
    2 KB (250 words) - 00:11, 10 March 2021