Takashi Horiguchi

From Sega Retro

Takashi Horiguchi (堀口 貴史) is an employee of SIMS who, as part of the joint venture between Sega and Sanritsu, worked mainly on sound porting and composition for Master System titles. He was credited under the alias Fumi.

Horiguchi has since worked with other game companies such as Banpresto and has released a few albums in the last decade.

Production history

  • Ninja Gaiden (Master System Version) (1992) — Sound Composer (as Fumi)
  • Alien Syndrome (Game Gear Version) (1992) — Sound (as "Fumi")
  • Wimbledon (Master System Version) (1992)
  • Air Rescue (Master System Version) (1992) — Special Thanks to (as Fumi) [NOTE: Overseas version; some BGM]
  • Shura no Mon (Mega Drive Version) (1992) — Voice Performance (as Fumi)
  • Master of Darkness (1992) — Sound (as Fumi)
  • Tecmo World Cup '93 (1993) — Sound (as Fumi)
  • Kamen Rider SD: Shutsugeki!! Rider Machine (1993)
  • Kamen Rider (SNES Version) (1993) [NOTE: MML implantation, etc.; some]
  • Kenyuu Densetsu Yaiba (SNES and Game Boy Versions) (1994)
  • Sonic Triple Trouble (1994) — Staff (as Fumi)
  • Tsukikomori (1996)
  • Arabain Nights (SNES Version) (1996) [NOTE: Created tones such as Ifrit's Theme]
  • Gakkou Deatta Kowai Hanashi S (1996)
  • Inu Domo no Jigoku (1998)
  • Nise Taxi (1999)
  • Oni (PC Version) (2001)