Shota Kageyama Leaves Game Freak and Goes Independent

Shota Kageyama has announced on his Twitter account that he has established the independent music studio Spica Musica. The 31-year-old composer began his career at Yasunori Mitsuda's Procyon Studio, where he worked on Luminous Arc and Super Smash Bros. Brawl. He subsequently became a sound creator at Game Freak, contributing numerous pieces of music to Pokemon HeartGold & SoulSilver, Pokemon Black & White, and Pokemon Black 2 & White 2. In his latest role, he served as the sound director and lead composer of the critically acclaimed Pokemon X and Pokemon Y. We wish Kageyama well on his independent ventures and will keep readers informed on his latest activities.


  8 January 2014, 09:02,   Chris Greening



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