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Mahito Yokota

A Music Composer for Nintendo and Koei

Mahito Yokota

Mahito Yokota is a musician and composer. He started his career at Koei, working on the music for several titles, including Dynasty Warriors 4. In 2004, he was hired by Nintendo to work on compositions of Nintendo EAD projects. His most prominent works have been on Donkey Kong Jungle Beat and Super Mario Galaxy, the later of which was in collaboration with Koji Kondo.

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2005
Donkey Kong Jungle Beat
Gamecube
Nintendo EAD
2007
Super Mario Galaxy
Wii
Nintendo EAD
 
Super Mario Galaxy - Original Sound Track

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Super Mario Galaxy Original Sound Track

One of the most dexterous soundtracks to emerge from the Nintendo assembly line in recent memory is none other than this rich, versatile offering from veteran Koji Kondo and relative newcomer Mahito Yokota. The sweeping display of orchestrated opulence is reminiscent of past Mario titles complimented with a sometimes organic feel (reminiscent of Pikmin) with hints of John Williams' works on Star Wars (for much of the "imperial" motifs used for Bowser and his space legion), among several cosmic influences. It fits Super Mario Galaxy's mold perfectly, and does nothing less than enhance an already nearly-pristine gaming experience.

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