Toshiaki Sakoda

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Toshiaki Sakoda
Toshiaki Sakoda - 01.jpg
Local 迫田 敏明 (さこだ としあき)
Born 1964-04-07
Birth Place Hiroshima, Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases Golfer Sakoda
プロゴルファー さこだ (Pro Golfer Sakoda)

Toshiaki Sakoda is a Japanese composer and sound designer. He worked for Compile from around 1988 to 1996, and then started working for Sting.

Music Composition


Toshiaki Sakoda and Takayuki Hirono composed their own sound driver in assembly.


Toshiaki wrote the music in assembly on an MSX computer, using a sound driver by Takayuki Hirono.


Released Title Sample Notes
1989-??-?? Aleste II (MSX2) (アレスタ II)
1990-06-29 Xevious: Fardraut Saga (PCE) (ゼビウス ファードラウト伝説)
1990-07-20 Devil's Crush (TG16)
1990-10-05 Gun Nac (NES) (ガンナック)
1990-10-12 Cyber Knight (PCE) (サイバーナイト)
1990-12-20 M.U.S.H.A.: Metallic Uniframe Super Hybrid Armor (GEN)
1991-04-12 Gorby no Pipeline Daisakusen (FC) (ゴルビーのパイプライン大作戦)
1991-10-10 Dragon's Fury (GEN)
1991-12-29 GG Aleste (GG)
1991-??-?? Puyo Puyo (MSX2)
1993-07-23 Puzzle Puyo (GG) (なぞぷよ)
1993-12-10 Puzzle Puyo 2 (GG) (なぞぷよ2)
1996-05-24 Treasure Hunter G (SFC)
1997-03-28 Solid Runner (SFC)
1998-05-21 Baroque (SAT)
1999-12-23 Evolution 2: Far Off Promise (DC)
2001-03-01 Wizardry Scenario 1: Proving Grounds of the Storm King (WSC)
2002-07-26 Evolution Worlds (GC)
2002-08-03 Digital Monsters: D-Project (WSC) (デジタルモンスター ディープロジェクト) Sound, with Manabu Namiki.
2006-11-22 Riviera: The Promised Land (PSP)
2007-06-28 Baroque (PS2) Sound Effects
2008-03-13 Baroque (WII)