Call of Duty 4 is AIAS Game of the Year; Ken Kutaragi Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award

Activision's Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare was selected as 2007's Game of the Year at the 11th annual Interactive Achievement Awards.

The awards, hosted by actor/comedian Jay Mohr and presented at the 2008 D.I.C.E. Summit in Las Vegas, are voted upon by members of the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences.

This year, the Academy presented Ken Kutaragi, creator of the PlayStation, with its Lifetime Achievement Award. "Ken Kutaragi is the smartest guy in the history of the videogame business," said Trip Hawkins, founder of EA and himself an AIAS Hall of Fame member.
"Without Ken, there is no Sony PlayStation and that is beyond comprehension."

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Iamback3730d ago

Ken Kutaragi is my my idol!

staub913730d ago

I love Ken....and big Phil Harrison.

Cyrus3653730d ago

Did anyone notice that the racing game of the year was Motorstorm? Like wow, I didn't expect that at all...

YoMeViet3729d ago

Did you expect Forza to win? I have to say MotorStorm did bring new innovations to the racing genre, I mean Mud and dirt on the windshield! Comon!

Cyrus3653729d ago

Sure, there was other titles in the running as well. I mean Forza 2 brought a ton of custimizations...

mighty_douche3729d ago

Sot he game of the year was a multiplat? which is better on the PS3!

ahhhh sh!t xbox, nothings going your way is it....

(if im forced to use the "open Zone" i might as well do it to my fullest)

360 sucks ass...

ParaDise_LosT3729d ago

I think Bioshock deserved the honor alot more than OB did...
Not saying OB isn't a good game, its great...but I think BS was the best PC game that came out last year.