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'''''Yuriko Keino''''' is a Japanese composer. She attended the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music for music in 1981. Later, she started working for [[Namco]] and was one of their main composers. She quit Namco, but later returned to doing sound for them.
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'''Yuriko Keino''' is a Japanese composer. She attended the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music for music in 1981. Later, she started working for [[Namco]] and was one of their main composers. She quit Namco, but later returned to doing sound for them.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 13:09, 24 June 2022

Yuriko Keino
Yuriko Keino - 1.jpg
Local 慶野 由利子 (けいの ゆりこ)
Born September 7, 1956
Birth Place
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases Yuri., Return of Keino

Yuriko Keino is a Japanese composer. She attended the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music for music in 1981. Later, she started working for Namco and was one of their main composers. She quit Namco, but later returned to doing sound for them.

Gameography

Released Title Sample Notes
1982-10-?? Super Pac-Man (ARC)
1982-11-?? Pole Position (ARC) With Nobuyuki Ohnogi.
1982-??-?? Dig Dug (ARC) (ディグ ダグ)
1982-??-?? Xevious (ARC) (ゼビウス)
1983-07-?? Pac & Pal (ARC)
1983-11-?? Pole Position II (ARC) With Nobuyuki Ohnogi.
1983-??-?? Phozon (ARC) (フォゾン)
1984-??-?? Dragon Buster (ARC) (ドラゴンバスター)
1984-??-?? Pac-Land (ARC) (パックランド)
1984-??-?? Super Xevious (ARC) With Junko Ozawa.
1984-11-01 Grobda (ARC)
1984-11-08 Xevious (NES)
Arranged by Nobuyuki Ohnogi.
1985-??-?? BaRaDuke (ARC)
1985-??-?? Dig Dug II (ARC)
1985-06-04 Dig Dug (FC) Composer
1985-07-12 Warpman (FC) (ワープマン)
1985-11-21 Pac-Land (FC)
1987-??-?? Pac-Mania (ARC)
1987-04-02 Sanma no Mei Tantei (FC) (さんまの名探偵)
1988-??-?? World Stadium (ARC)
1989-??-?? Rompers (ARC)

Picture Gallery

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