UNCHARTED 2: AMONG THIEVES BREAKS AWAY AND FLEES WITH 10 AWARDS DURING THE 13TH ANNUAL INTERACTIVE ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS
The 13th Annual Interactive Achievement Awards honored successful game designer and Activision co-founder, David Crane with the AIAS’ first Pioneer Award. Entertainment Software Association (ESA) founder, Douglas Lowenstein was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award. Gaming legend behind successful titles,
“The interactive world continues to grow and move forward every day. While we have seen tremendous advances in the community, I believe this is only the beginning,” said Joseph Olin, president, AIAS. “With the help of the tremendously talented men and women here tonight, we will continue to create games that inspire each other to continue pushing the envelope.”
These peer-based awards recognize the outstanding products, talented individuals and development teams that have contributed to the advancement of the multi-billion dollar worldwide entertainment software industry. The winners in each category are as follows:
Crash Bandicoot and Spyro the Dragon, Mark Cerny, was inducted into the Hall of Fame, one of the organization’s highest honors.
Check out the rest of the winners here : AIAS 13th Annual Winners Release
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