Hideyuki Fukasawa (深澤 秀行 Fukasawa Hideyuki?) is a Japanese composer. He has often worked with Capcom but is also involved in his freelance composing work. He had a minor role in Onimusha 2 as an assistant sound engineer and programmer to Tarō Iwashiro, the acclaimed music composer of that particular game but it was his work on Chaos Legion, a Capcom Gothic action-adventure third-person fighting game in a similar fashion with the Devil May Cry series released in 2002, that gave him a cult-like status among video gaming fans.
He has recently completed composing and arranging for Street Fighter IV, Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, and the updated versions of both said games, with some tracks arranged from previous games. Also he is the main composer for Mahōtsukai no Yoru.
Fukasawa utilizes a distinctive style of merging orchestral music with techno, rock, heavy metal and gothic chanting. The beat of his music varies from orchestral to being very disco-like, serious, dark, mysterious and having an intense, exciting action adrenaline-pumping feel.
- Onimusha 2: Samurai's Destiny (2003) - Assistant sound engineering, Lead compositions by Tarō Iwashiro
- Chaos Legion (2003)
- Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams (2006) - In-game compositions, Cutscene compositions by Jamie Christopherson
- Mobile Suit Gundam: Target in Sight (2006)
- Street Fighter IV (2009)
- Super Street Fighter IV (2010)
- Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds (2011)
- Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 (2011)
- Street Fighter X Tekken (2012)
- Mahōtsukai no Yoru (2012) - Lead compositions, other compositions by KATE, James Harris, and hil
- Bakumatsu Kikansetsu Irohanihoheto (2006)
- You're Under Arrest: Full Throttle (2007) - Lead compositions, other compositions by Masala Nishid
- Yatterman (2008) - Co-arrangement, Lead compositions by Masayuki Yamamoto
- Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos (2011) - Co-arrangement, Lead compositions by Tarō Iwashiro
- Vividred Operation (2013)
- The Flowers of Evil (2013)
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