Noriyuki Nakagami

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Noriyuki Nakagami
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Local 中神 紀之 (なかがみ のりゆき)
Born November 17, 1952 (Age 69)
Birth Place Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases N. Nakagami

Noriyuki Nakagami is a Japanese audio producer and director. In 1975, he graduated from Keio University and in 1982, he started work for Rittor Music. In 1984, just a couple years later from working at Rittor, he left and founded Musical Plan with a friend. The company developed some video games along with Sakata SAS. He left the company in 2005. Since 1989, Nakagami has been running his own company Denki Mirai (Electric Future), which specializes in all things audio, mainly for video games.

These credits were verified bu Nakagami.


Released Title Sample Notes
1987-03-05 Ikinari Musician (FC) (いきなり ミュージシャン) Audio Director
1987-04-27 Meitantei Saburo Jinguji: Shinjuku Central Park Murder Case (FDS) (探偵神宮寺三郎 新宿中央公園殺人事件) Audio Director
1987-06-?? Side Pocket (NES) (サイド・ポケット) Audio Director
1987-10-30 Family Composer (FDS) (ファミリー コンポーザー) Audio Director
1987-12-04 Santa Claus no Takarabako (FDS) (サンタクローズの宝箱) Audio Director
1988-02-26 Meitantei Jinguji Saburo: Yokohama Minato Renzoku Satsujin Jiken (FC) (探偵神宮寺三郎 横浜港連続殺人事件) Audio Director
1989-02-10 Meitantei Jinguji Saburo: Kiken na Futari (FDS) (探偵神宮寺三郎 危険な二人) Sound Director
1989-10-20 Kattobi! Douji (FDS) (かっとび!童児) Audio Director
1990-08-31 Atomic Punk (GB) (ボンバーボーイ) Music Director
1994-04-28 Super Bomberman 2 (SNES) (スーパーボンバーマン2) Sound Director
1995-08-10 Bomberman GB (GB) (ボンバーマンGB2) Sound Director
1995-12-27 Saikyou: Takada Nobuhiko (SFC) (最強武田信彦) Music Director