Talk:Sun L

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Clarification needed

Did Sun L split off from Nova? Did the name come from the last boss in Great Battle II, or was it the other way around? CRV 09:05, 21 March 2011 (CDT)

Noriko Aoki

This is not terribly helpful, but here's someone else who worked at Sun L (and Pax Softnica). [1] CRV 07:25, 7 February 2011 (CST)

It helps in the Credits Repository. It gives me a confrimation on the only one that I didn't even have a guess for on Kamen Rider (SFC). KungFuFurby 14:03, 9 February 2011 (CST)

Iwasaki, Shin-chan

1) Tetsuji Iwasaki added Makamura Gaiden: The Demon Darkness. 2) "Ita" probably already noticed this, but it's worth mentioning: Sun L is credited with composing Crayon Shin-chan: Arashi o Yobu Enji on Super Famicom Magazine Volume 9: Square Music Collection & New Game Sound Museum. CRV 09:09, 2 January 2011 (CST)

Yes. However, I forgot to write it here. Because there is not original japanece text in VGMdb, I write a different link. --Ita 06:23, 21 April 2011 (CDT)

Explanation for "Sun L" entry name

Explanation for "Sun L" entry name = "Sun" is used in Street Fighter II and Battle Crusher. What you see between "Sun"/"San" and "L" in Ranma 1/2 and Battle Crusher looks more like an interpunct than a period. CRV 12:02, 31 May 2010 (UTC)