While you may not know the name Yasunori Mitsuda – and since I can count on one hand the number of video games I’ve played, I’d include myself in that category – you will undoubtedly know his compositions. Credited as composer for the games Chrono Trigger (and its sequel Chrono Cross), Xenogears, Shadow Hearts and of course Mario Party, Mitsuda is kind of a big deal for anyone whose Venn diagram of interests features an intersection of electronic music and video games.
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