Yoshio Kobayashi

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Yoshio Kobayashi
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Local 小林義男 (こばやし よしお)
Born
Birth Place Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases Y. Kobayashi

Yoshio Kobayashi is a Japanese composer and sound designer. He was the main composer at Crosstalk.

Audio Development

SNES

Yoshio used a variant of Nintendo's Kankichi-kun sound driver. The variant may have belonged to Crosstalk, and he may have made the variant himself.

Gameography

Released Title Sample Notes
1989-03-17 Bakushou!! Jinsei Gekijou (FC) (爆笑!!人生劇場) Composer?
1990-02-23 Arctic (FC) (アークティック) Composer?
1990-08-30 Jangou (FC) (雀豪)
Composer?
1990-11-30 Brettone Lays (X68) (ブルトン・レイ) Synthe Manipulator
1991-03-21 Hillsfar (NES)
Arranger?
1992-03-21 DragonStrike (PC98) (ドラゴンストライク)
With Yasuhiro Kawasaki.
1992-03-21 DragonStrike (X68) (ドラゴンストライク) With Yasuhiro Kawasaki.
1993-01-14 Burai: Hachigyoku no Yuushi Densetsu (SFC) (ブライ「八玉の勇士伝説」) Composer?/Sound Driver?
1993-10-29 Shogi Furinkazan (SFC) (将棋風林火山) Composer?
1994-11-25 Naruhodo! The World (SFC) (なるほど!ザ・ワールド)
1997-04-25 Sparkling Feather (PCFX)