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Motoi Sakuraba is a video game composer best known for his work in Star Ocean, Baten Kaitos, the Tales (series), and Golden Sun, as well as other tri-Ace works like Valkyrie Profile. He has even made a cameo appearance in Tales of Phantasia. On top of that, he was also one of the many composers that did work on Super Smash Bros. Brawl's humongous soundtrack. His work often involves heavy electronica or electric guitar, and tends to start with strong melodies and then dissolve into more scattered notes. His work in Dark Souls, however is a departure from his usual blend of electronica and orchestra, instead just focusing on the latter.

His latest credited work is Kid Icarus: Uprising.

He began his music career working the keyboards for a Progressive Rock band, before joining Wolf Team to compose for their Shoot'Em Up games.

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