Kiyoshi Yokoyama

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Kiyoshi Yokoyama
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Local 横山 清 (よこやま きよし)
Born
Birth Place Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases K. Yokoyama, Yokoyama

Kiyoshi Yokoyama is a Japanese composer and sound designer. He started off working on one game at UPL around 1987 alongside Tsutomu Fuzisawa. A year later, he moved on to Aicom. There, he worked on a majority of their arcade and NES games. He stayed with the company when they were acquired by Sammy. Around 1991, Yokoyama started working at CP Brain, a company consisting of mostly former Aicom staff, and he continued to write for their games.

It appears Yokoyama left the industry around 1992.

Some of his best known works include Amagon, Astyanax, and Hoops.

Gameography

Released Title Sample Notes
1987-??-?? XX Mission (ARC) (XXミッション) With Tsutomu Fuzisawa.
1988-11-22 Hoops (NES) (燃えろ!!ジュニアバスケット Two On Two) With Dota Ando and Masaaki Nagakura.
1988-12-02 Amagon (NES) (突然!マッチョマン) With Dota Ando.
1989-12-01 Takin' It to the Hoop (TG16) (USAプロバスケットボール)
1989-12-21 The Astyanax (ARC) (ザ・ロードオブキング)
1989-??-?? Hachoo! (ARC) (破兆)
1989-??-?? AB Cop (ARC) (エアーバイク コップ)
1989-??-?? Racing Hero (ARC) (レーシングヒーロー)
1990-12-14 The Krion Conquest (NES) (まじかるキッズ どろぴ~)
With Masaki Kase.
1991-??-?? 64th Street: A Detective Story (ARC) (64番街)
1991-04-26 Vice: Project Doom (NES) (ガンデック)
1991-05-?? Avenging Spirit (ARC) (ファンタズム)
1992-??-?? Big Striker (ARC) (ビッグストライカー)
Unreleased Chimera Beast (ARC) (キメラビースト)
Unreleased In Your Face (ARC)

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