Kinect Disneyland Adventures honored at AIAS awards

2012/01/10

Kinect Disneyland Adventures honored at AIAS awards

February 10, 2012 – Las Vegas, Nevada – Several games contributed to by Virtuos were recognized by the AIAS at the 2012 Interactive Achievement Awards, including Kinect Disneyland Adventures which was nominated for Family Game of the Year.

The AIAS presents awards to games which ‘exemplify the highest standard of excellence and quality.

“Virtuos is honored to have the opportunity to contribute to award-winning projects such as this,” said Gilles Langourieux, Virtuos CEO. “It speaks to the caliber of Virtuos’ art teams to be able to reach the world-class standards set by Frontier Developments.”

The AIAS is a not-for-profit organization that celebrates creativity in video games worldwide, and the IAA ceremony is attached to the 2012 D.I.C.E. Summit.

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