Capcom has told that it doesn’t wish to take any action against Onimusha: Warlords and Resident Evil: DualShock Version composer Mamoru Samuragochi, who recently confessed to having used a ghost writer for much of his career.
“We, at Capcom were really shocked by Samuragochi’s recent admission,” a Capcom representative told a leading website in a statement.
He further added, “However, as both soundtracks involved are no longer in circulation, we’ve no plans to take action of any kind.”
Samuragochi had confessed to using a ghost writer last week in front of the media, ahead of Takashi Niigaki’s magazine interview and press conference. Niigaki told that Samuragochi, who is known as the “Japanese Beethoven”, is quit fine and not hearing impaired; the composer responded by saying he had regained some sporadic hearing.