Yasuaki Fujita

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Yasuaki Fujita
Yasuaki Fujita - 3.jpg
Local 藤田 靖明 (ふじた やすあき)
Born 1965-05-28 (Age 54)
Birth Place Fukuyama, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases Bun Bun, Bunbun, First Circle, Farst Cercle, ふぁーすとさーくる (First Circle)
Website http://yasuaki-fujita.sakura.ne.jp/first_circle/

Yasuaki Fujita is a Japanese composer and sound designer best known for his work with Capcom. He studied the piano when he was 6 years old. In junior high school, he was a part of a heavy metal band. After graduating high school, he started original band activities in Osaka. In 1989, he started working for Capcom, but it is unknown how he found out about the company.

During the NES era, he worked on the music for Mega Man 3 (in lieu of Harumi Fujita), Tenchi wo Kurau II, The Little Mermaid, and Darkwing Duck for Capcom. A few years later he joined the band Alph Lyla that also composed game music for the company, particularly for Breath of Fire and Final Fight 2, both on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Alph Lyla disbanded in the late 1990s. He also worked for Ukiyotei and Tom Create.

Despite working on numerous titles with her, Yasuaki is not related to Harumi Fujita.

One of Yasuaki's most memorable contributions is the 16-bit era Capcom logo jingle.

Music Development

NES

He used a sound driver which was programmed by Yoshihiro Sakaguchi. The music was written in 6502 assembly.

Gameography

Released Title Sample Notes
1989-12-?? Final Fight (ARC) (ファイナルファイト)
1990-09-28 Mega Man III (NES) (ロックマン3 Dr.ワイリーの最期!?)
1991-04-05 Tenchi o Kurau II: Shokatsu Koumei Den (FC) (天地を喰らうII 諸葛孔明伝)
1991-05-31 Buster Bros. (TGCD) (ポンピングワールド)
1991-07-19 Disney's The Little Mermaid (NES) (リトルマーメイド)
1991-11-?? Who Framed Roger Rabbit (GB)
1991-12-06 Mega Man 4 (NES) (ロックマン 4 新たなる野望!!)
1992-06-?? Disney's Darkwing Duck (NES)
1992-07-17 Final Fight (X68) (ファイナルファイト)
1993-03-26 The Shinri Game (SFC) (ザ・心理ゲーム 悪魔のココロジー)
1993-04-03 Breath of Fire (SNES) (ブレスオブファイア~竜の戦士~)
1993-05-22 Final Fight 2 (SNES) (ファイナルファイト2)
1994-01-?? Skyblazer (SNES) (迦楼羅王 カルラオウ) Sound Effects
1994-03-18 Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Eye of the Beholder (SNES) (アイ・オブ・ザ・ビホルダー) Capcom Logo Music
1994-07-15 Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S: Kondo wa Puzzle de Oshioki yo!! (SFC) (美少女戦士セーラームーンS こんどはパズルでおしおきよ!!) Sound Effects
1994-11-18 Panic in Nakayoshi World (SFC) (パニックイン なかよしワールド) Sound Effects
1995-06-30 Tottemo! Lucky Man: Lucky Cookie Roulette de Totsugeki (SFC)
1995-08-25 The Shinri Game 3 (SFC)
1995-08-28 Pulstar (ARC) (パルスター)
1995-09-29 Pulstar (NG) (パルスター)
1995-10-?? Todd McFarlane's Spawn: The Video Game (SNES) Sound Effects
1995-10-27 Pulstar (NGCD) (パルスター) Sound Effects
1996-06-28 The King of Fighters '95 (PS1) (ザ・キング・オブ・ファイターズ'95)
1996-08-30 Fuuun Gokuu Ninden (PS1) Sound Effects
1996-11-01 Punky Skunk (PS1)
1997-08-07 Metal Slug (PS1) Voice Assist
1997-12-25 Tomba! (PS1) Sound Effects
1998-01-18 Blazing Star (ARC) (ブレイジングスター) Sound Effects
1998-02-19 Blazing Star (NG) (ブレイジングスター) Sound Effects
1998-02-26 Saishuu Densha (PS1) Sound Effects
1998-06-25 Real Bout Garou Densetsu Special: Dominated Mind (PS1) (リアルバウト餓狼伝説 SPECIAL : DOMINATED MIND)
1999-03-04 19:03 Ueno Hatsu Yakou Ressha (PS1) Sound Effects
1999-03-26 Bust-a-Move Pocket (NGPC) (パズルボブル ミニ)
1999-05-27 Metal Slug: 1st Mission (NGPC)
1999-07-01 Inagawa Junji: Kyoufu no Yashiki (PS1) Sound Effects
1999-11-12 Magical Tetris Challenge (GBC) Sound Effects
2000-03-09 Metal Slug: 2nd Mission (NGPC)
2001-07-06 Breath of Fire (GBA) (ブレスオブファイア~竜の戦士~)
2010-03-09 Mega Man 10 (PS3) (ロックマン10 宇宙からの脅威!!)
Unreleased Cooly Skunk (SFC) (クーリースカンク) Sound Composer

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