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Miki Higashino is a video game music {{composer|s}} best known for her work for {{Konami}} games, where she was a member of the Konami Kuheiha Club, a team of composers. She has left her greatest mark on the ''{{Gradius}}'' and ''{{Suikoden}}'' series, and also composed music for two ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' games. Miki Higashino became a freelance composer in 2002.

!!Video Game Music
* ''ContraIIITheAlienWars'' (1992, along with MasanoriAdachi and TappiIwase)
* ''DoubleDribble: The Playoff Edition'' (1994)
* ''GensoSuikogaiden Vol. 1'' (2000, along with KeikoFukami)
* ''GensoSuikogaiden Vol. 2'' (2000, along with KeikoFukami)
* ''{{Gradius}}'' (1985): Most of her ''Gradius'' series compositions have been rearranged a few times by other composers -- she composed the original ArcadeGame versions.
** Samples: "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unKblRwwhSQ Challenger]]".
* ''{{Gradius}} III'' (1989, along with SeiichiFukami, MutsuhikoIzumi, JunichiroKaneda and KeizoNakamura)
* ''Series/{{Knightmare}}'' (1986)
* ''[[{{Gradius}} Salamander]]'' (1986 / ArcadeGame): Also known as ''Life Force'' in North America, this was a famously {{Ear Worm}}y game.
** Samples: "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrjCecgFq1c Poison of Snake]]", "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78mmAYSlanU Power of Anger]]", "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nudl1KzJkRo Star Field]]".
* ''[[{{Gradius}} Salamander]]'' (1987 / {{MSX}}, along with MotoakiFurukawa and MasahiroIkariko): Arrangements of her compositions.
* ''Roleplay/MoonRemixRPGAdventure'' (1997, along with Masanori Adachi, TaroKudou of the TheloniousMonkees, and HirofumiTaniguchi)
* ''MoryoSenkiMADARA2'' (1993, along with MasanoriAdachi and TappiIwase)
* ''PopNMusic 15'' (2007)
* ''PremierSoccer'' (1993)
* ''[[SuikodenI Suikoden]]'' (1995, along with TappiIwase, MayukoKagesita, HiroshiTamawari and SetsuTaniguchi)
** Samples: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCME4Wxvj4k Beautiful Golden City]] (composed by her, arranged by TappiIwase)
* ''SuikodenII'' (1998, along with KeikoFukami)
* ''SurpriseAttack'' (1990, along with HidenoriMaezawa and KeizoNakamura)
* ''[[{{VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles}} Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]]'' (1989 / {{NES}}, along with MutsuhikoIzumi)
** Samples: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYWx3vAFi98 Title]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WGja0hZhOQ Underwater]].
* ''TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTournamentFighters'' (1994 / MegaDrive): The SuperNES version (whose music she did not compose) was considered the more solid FightingGame, but the music she composed for the (otherwise lackluster gameplay-wise) MegaDrive version was extraordinarily [[EarWorm catchy]].
** Samples: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0cgvpGA-2Vw April O'Neil]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hh-m9_qYGlQ Continue]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1Hg50DSCfs Donatello]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAELwYYhOCY Michaelangelo]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qk4JMGghph0 Ray Fillet]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2suyB0l5BUA Sisyphus]].
* ''TokimekiMemorial'' (1994, along with SeiyaMurai, HiroeNoguchi and MikioSaito)
* ''TsukiyoNoSaraba'' (2005, along with YasunoriMitsuda)
* ''VideoGame/VandalHearts: Ancient Lost Civilization'' (1996, along with KosukeSoeda, HiroshiTamawari and MasahiroYamauchi)
* ''VideoGame/YieArKungFu'' (1985)