Reflection’s nominated for prestigious award
A Newcastle based video games designer has been nominated for an Innovation Award by the Royal Television Society of the North East for its work on the game ‘Driver San Fransisco’.
Reflections, a division of Ubisoft, were nominated for producing an outstanding piece of work across visual media, demonstrating imaginative exploitation of new technology, platforms and routes to audience.
Giselle Stewart, the general manager at Reflections was delighted by the nomination. She commented: “It is an honour for the development team to be recognized for its efforts to bring a new and fresh experience to gamers that fully takes advantage of the capacity of today’s technology.
“This nomination demonstrates that the innovative quality of Driver San Fransisco reaches beyond the gaming community to surpass the standards of entertainment media in general.”
The Reflections team are now eagerly awaiting the North East and the Border Centre Awards Dinner on February18th, when the winners of the 19 categories will be announced.
Graeme Thompson, chairman of the Royal Television Society North East and the Border
Centre stated: “The Innovation award is one of the most eagerly contested categories of
“Ubisoft have made exceptional contributions to technological and production innovations.”
This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by Ruth Mitchell .
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