Tsutomu Fuzawa

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Tsutomu Fuzawa
Birth Place
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Not to be confused with Tsutomu Fuzisawa.

Tsutomu Fuzawa was a sound designer who started working in the game industry at Namco, then at ART and later at Sony Computer Entertainment.

Music Development


Tsutomu used Nintendo's MP2K sound engine.


Released Title Sample Notes
1996-03-29 Tekken 2 (PS1) Guitar
2000-??-?? OH NO! (PS1)
2001-04-12 Cross Hunter (GBC)
2001-04-13 Rugrats: Totally Angelica (PS1)
2001-10-04 Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase (PS1)
2002-03-25 Britney's Dance Beat (GBA)
2003-03-06 Space Channel 5: Ulala's Cosmic Attack (GBA)
2003-04-04 Disney Princess (GBA)
2003-09-24 Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee (GBA)
2005-07-14 Ape Escape 3 (PS2)
2005-10-18 Shadow of the Colossus (PS2)
2006-10-17 WTF: Work Time Fun (PSP)
2006-12-07 PaRappa the Rapper (PSP)
2007-08-09 Wild Arms XF (PSP)
2008-08-28 The Last Guy (PS3)
2009-07-02 Boku no Natsuyasumi 4: Setouchi Sonen Tanteidan - "Boku to Himitsu no Chizu" (PSP)
2009-07-23 Toro! Let's Party (PS3)
2009-10-01 Gran Turismo (PSP)
2010-01-25 MAG (PS3)
2010-04-22 Charge! Tank Squad! (PSP)
2010-05-04 Finger Connection (PSP)
2010-05-11 Busy Sweets Factory (PSP)
2010-11-05 The Fight: Lights Out (PS3) Audio Localization
2013-10-01 Rain (PS3)
2013-11-15 Knack (PS4)
2017-09-05 Knack II (PS4)
Unreleased Mechanic Mechanica (GBA)