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Vice President of development Department of Sony products will include Hall of fame Academy of interactive arts and Sciences

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Non-profit organization the Academy of interactive arts and Sciences (AIIN) has announced that in February this year as part of the awards DICE Awards in the Hall of fame will be introduced Connie Booth – a perennial Vice-President of development Department of Sony products.

Booth works at Sony since 1989. In Japan, she performed a variety of functions, including producing. In this role she was able to work closely with Naughty Dog to work on the creation of the platformer Crash Bandicoot. In 1998 she took the position of Director of product development, and has since participated in the production of many large Japanese platformtarget franchises, including Syphon Filter, Jak and Daxter, Sly Cooper, Ratchet & Clank, Infamous, Uncharted, The Last of Us, Days Gone and Spider-Man.

Currently, Booth is working on two most anticipated games Sony this year: Ghost of Tsushima from Sucker Punch and The Last of Us Part 2 by Naughty Dog.

“We are deeply honoured to accept Connie as the winner of our Hall of fame. For over two decades, she was the main mouthpiece and supporter of countless franchises PlayStation. In addition, she was engaged in the development of new talent in the industry. Her tireless work and passion had a lasting impression on game developers, allowing them to flourish their creative vision,” said the President of the AIAS Meggan Scavio.

Informed resident of the Hall of fame was Bonnie Ross (in 2019), Todd Howard, mark CERN, Michael Morhaime, Tim Sweeney, Hideo kojima, the founders of BioWare Greg Zeschuk and ray Muzyka, the head of Valve Gabe Newell and trio of leaders of Rockstar Games (Benzis Leslie, Dan and Sam Hauser). First entered Hall of fame AIIN the developer is Shigeru Miyamoto from Nintendo

Awards DICE Awards will be held on February 13 of this year at the event, DICE Summit, which will open its doors in Las Vegas.

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