Misleading and incorrect information

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#1 by Robertimo
2022-09-03 at 23:47
< report >Hey, I just registered here, so please excuse me if I did something wrong while making this post.

A user by the name of soniccis96 (link) has been editing pages to present incorrect information and mislead people into believing a fake composer is responsible for the sound in some of the games. Examples of their vandalism include:

1) Attributing that said fake composer to Ray-Load. (link) Ray-Load is certainly not "Yusup Dalmaz" or anything of the sort, it's the alias of Ryu Takami, which he's confirmed in his Twitter:
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2) Vandalizing credit page of obscure VNs. You can see here that soniccis96 has vandalized the page of Can Can Bunny Superior to include credits of Ray-Load and Vladimir Simunek (link). This is absolutely false since Vladimir Simunek is a Czech composer who's worked primarily on the Mafia series. The actual credits for X68000 version of CCBS are Mikan Yuzuno (Masami Yitsue link), Ray-Load (Ryu Takami) and Kiyotaka Sato (link). This can be easily proven by extracting the files from the game and opening them with Notepad++ by setting the encoding to Shift-JIS:
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You can see it for yourself if you open .M music files in Notepad++. I'll leave the link to 3 of the .M files with different composer credits below.
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Case 2: Teen. (link) Yusup Dalmaz has never worked with Yoshio Furukawa, which the latter has commented on on the Amazon page of Yusup Dalmaz's fake album release:
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Clearly we see a picture of spreading lies and false information here. I'm hoping that the staff will deal with this and attribute the correct sound credits for CCBS.Last modified on 2022-09-04 at 00:02
#2 by beliar
2022-09-04 at 00:11
< report >Oh, for fuck's sake, that guy again. We had three years of peace, and now he's back with his "Yusup Dalmaz" nonsense. I really shouldn't have lifted his ban back in the day.
#3 by Ileca
2022-09-04 at 01:06
< report >https://reallifevillains.miraheze.org/wiki/Yusup_Dalmaz

There is this South Asia trend of musician grifters attributing themselves some role to known movies on imdb to get a knowledge panel from g**gle. It's the same with social networks such as twiter and their verified badges, companies offer you to buy the badge by creating fake pages here and there to fake your notoriety.

I don't know what this shithead wants to achieve but know that this kind of scam is pretty common nowadays. It's pretty lol that they use vndb for that. Maybe we should celebrate?
#4 by Robertimo
2022-09-04 at 09:49
< report >As much as that "real life villains" entry is amusing, he wrote it about himself. I don't know with what purpose, but "IrsenTanaka" is one of his many sockpuppets.
#5 by Ileca
2022-09-04 at 10:38
< report >He controls all of the information. Genius.

No...

I won't be fooled...

Robertimo...

I know you are Yusup Dalmaz!!
#6 by tratata
2022-09-13 at 17:38
< report >It's came to light that there was another one with SUGAR nick name. It's Vladimir Simunek. Here's the source:
#7 by tratata
2022-09-13 at 17:39
< report >link
#8 by tratata
2022-09-13 at 17:41
< report >link
#9 by beliar
2022-09-13 at 21:32
< report >Yeah, this is just pure bulshit. This Yusup guy tries inserting his fake credits into various sites, and once he succeeds somewhere, he uses that as a foothold and references those fake credits while trying to get his false information approved on other sites. Kinda ingenious.

Also, I'm not convinced you are not just another of his multiple sockpuppets.
And did you think that changing your name is gonna somehow unban you?
#10 by Robertimo
2022-09-14 at 11:52
< report >Lmao who are you trying to fool? You're linking your own albums with music you've shamelessly stolen from other people. Get outta here.
#11 by shukumeiteki1
2022-09-14 at 15:37
< report >People like soniccis96 are the ones that strike content on youtube for monetary reasons, and they end up winning and getting the ads of the videos because youtube always rules in favor of business even when they are clearly an scam, like this guy.

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