| Fast facts on Atsumu Miyazawa
| Role(s): Programmer, Musician
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Atsumu Miyazawa (宮澤 敦務) is a sound programmer and former Sega employee who worked mainly on 32X and Saturn titles.
Following Daytona USA Championship Circuit Edition, he left the company to join Konami's sound team, which he is still a part of to this day.
- Virtua Racing Deluxe (1994) — Special Thanks (as A.Miyazawa)
- Metal Head (1995) — Sound Designer
- Tempo (1995) — Sound Programmer
- Knuckles' Chaotix (1995) — Sound Programmer
- Virtua Fighter (32X Version) (1995) — Sound Designer
- Panzer Dragoon Zwei (1996) — Sound Programmer (as Azm Miyazawa)
- NiGHTS into Dreams (1996) — Sound Programmer
- Daytona USA Championship Circuit Edition (1996) — Sound Programmer
- Daytona USA Deluxe (1997) — Special Thanks to
- Mitsumete Knight (1998) — Voice Editor (Sound), Sound Program (Sound)
- Vandal Hearts II (1999) — Sound Programming (KCE Nagoya)
- DDRMAX: Dance Dance Revolution (PS2 Version) (2002) — Sound Programmer (Home Conversion Credits)
- Silent Hill 2: Restless Dreams (PC Version) (2002) — Sound Director (Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo)
- DDRMAX 2: Dance Dance Revolution (2003) — Sound Program Manager (Home Conversion Credits)
- Silent Hill 3 (PC Version) (2003) — Special Thanks to (PC Team)
- Firefighter F.D. 18 (2004) — Sound Program
- Nano Breaker (2005) — Special Thanks (Bowne Global Solutions)
- Castlevania Judgment (2008) — Sound Design (Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd.)