The composer behind Zero Divide 2, Akihito Ohkawa, is something of an industry staple at this point. His studio, Prominy, sells a popular line of virtual guitar instruments called V-Guitar, used by many music producers and digital sequencing (DAW) musicians. It’d be great if someone contracted him and others at Prominy to do game music again, but I suppose music production is the more reliable market nowadays.
I’m very fond of the more spidery, aggressive tracks from the Zero Divide series:
And when all else fails, Prominy’s soundtrack for Super Speed Racing on the Dreamcast is maybe the very best F1 racing score I’ve ever heard (at least if, like me, you associate Formula 1 with T-Square and Japanese fusion):
The other main Prominy composer, Hozo Okazaki, has done some amazing progressive metal in recent years.
Don’t even get me started on ZOOM music, with or without Ohkawa involved, as that’s a lot of Japanese PC-era awesomeness right there.