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Masami Ueda ( 上田雅美 ueda masami?) is a composer of videogame music who has helped score several installments of the Resident Evil series.

CareerEdit

Masami Ueda was one of three composers for the original Resident Evil. Co-composers Makoto Tomozawa and Akira Kaida did not return to the series. Ueda further worked with the Resident Evil 2 team and later Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, which he worked on alongside BIOHAZARD 4, a PlayStation 2 game which was cancelled and turned into Devil May Cry. Later, Ueda joined the Clover Studios team. When this closed after a 2006 dissolution order, Ueda moved on with much of its staff to SEEDS, which later became Platinum Games.

List of WorksEdit

Name Year Role
Resident Evil 1996 General composer[1]
Resident Evil 2 1998 Composer[2]
Resident Evil 3: Nemesis 1999 Chief composer[3]
Devil May Cry 2001 Chief composer[4]
Viewtiful Joe 2003
Viewtiful Joe 2 2004
Ōkami 2006
Bayonetta 2009

SourcesEdit

  1. Resident Evil (PS) credits - MobyGames
  2. Resident Evil 2 (PS) credits - MobyGames
  3. Resident Evil 3: Nemesis (PS) credits - MobyGames
  4. Devil May Cry (PS2) credits - MobyGames

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