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Game Developers Choice Awards to Honor Yu Suzuki With Pioneer Award, GDC Veterans Brengle & Mackenzie as Ambassadors

SAN FRANCISCO Feb. 11, 2011

Yu Suzuki Hang On™ Virtua Fighter™ Out Run™, After Burner™ Shenmue™

Tim Brengle Ian MacKenzie

Yu Suzuki Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Hang On

Out Run, Space Harrier™, After Burner, Power Drift™, and Virtua Racing™. Virtua Fighter

Virtua Fighter F355 Challenge™ Shenmue

Yu Suzuki Wednesday March 2nd 10.30am Mark Cerny

Out Run Virtua Fighter Shenmue, Yu Suzuki Meggan Scavio

Also being honored at the 2011 Choice Awards are the recipients of the Ambassador Award, which recognizes individuals "who have helped the game industry advance to a better place, either through facilitating a better game community from within, or by reaching outside the industry to be advocates for video games to help further the art form."  

Tim Brengle Ian MacKenzie

Kim Swift

Creator of the Conference Associates program in 1989, Brengle served as a director of the conference as a whole until 1995. Under the current conference organizers, he continues to direct and co-manage the program today. His focus is to foster an atmosphere of wholehearted excellence among the CAs, encouraging each to perform at the highest level and serve others enthusiastically.  

Celebrating his 21st anniversary working with the CA program this year, MacKenzie started off his career as a divisional engineering manager specializing in software. Leaving to found a company with Brengle, the two created one of the best selling PC entertainment titles during Christmas of 1999.  MacKenzie continues to stay involved with the game industry, but mainly focuses his time now with his wife of five years and their son.

Tim Brengle Ian MacKenzie

Peter Molyneux Brian Reynolds Doug Lombardi Mark Cerny Cerny Games Harvey Smith Raph Koster Julien Merceron John Vechey Clint Hocking

Wednesday, March 2, 2011 6:30 pm

Tim Schafer

http://www.gamechoiceawards.com http://www.gdconf.com

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