Masahiro Sakurai (Kirby, Super Smash Bros., Kid Icarus Uprising) has a YouTube channel on which he presents various videos on game development. If you're already a fan, you might have noticed each video has cool little jingles at the start and the end – and Sakurai recently revealed that he'd worked with a "famous game composer" to create them.

After holding a poll on his Twitter account, which asked followers to guess who that composer might be, Sakurai has finally revealed their identity – it's Streets of Rage and Revenge of Shinobi composer Yuzo Koshiro.

Incidentally, Sakurai's poll also included Nobuo Uematsu (who got 20.9% of the vote), Yoko Shimomura (40.5%) and Shogo Sakai (22.2%). Koshiro had the lowest number of votes, with 16.5%.

Koshrio is one of the most famous Japanese composers working in the field of video games today. Outside of co-creating the legendary soundtrack for Streets of Rage 2, he has also worked on ActRaiser, Etrian Odyssey, Sorcerian, Ys II, Culdcept, The Wonderful 101: Remastered and Sol Cresta, as well as countless other titles.

He runs Ancient with members of his family, a studio established to work on the Master System port of Sonic the Hedgehog that would later work on Streets of Rage 2 and Beyond Oasis / The Story of Thor.

Koshiro has more recently lent his musical talents to the Sega Mega Drive Mini and Mega Drive Mini 2 and is currently working on a new game for Sega's 16-bit system.