CESA announced the CEDEC Awards 2021 winners. It gave a complete of 5 awards to Mark Cerny, Edelweiss, Sega’s Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio, and Sucker Punch Productions. The latter, particularly, received two awards concurrently because of its newest sport, Ghost of Tsushima.

Sucker Punch Productions received the Excellency Awards for Sound and Visual Arts. Despite coming from exterior Japan, the studio created Ghost of Tsushima in such a manner that even native Japanese folks didn’t really feel something uncommon when taking part in it.

Ghost of Tsushima received the Sound award for its utilization of musical devices and voice script localization with assist from SIE and the Visual Arts award for the attractive graphics impressed by Akira Kurosawa’s motion pictures.

CEDEC Awards 2021 - Engineering won by Sega Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio

The Dragon Engine growth crew from Sega’s Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio received the Excellency Award for Engineering. It developed and shared an built-in QA (Quality Assurance) help system by combining automation and challenge administration instruments. The crew used screenshots from Yakuza: Like a Dragon in its presentation slide for the awards.

CEDEC Awards 2021 - Game Design won by Edelweiss Sakuna

Edelweiss, the event crew most identified for Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin, received the Excellency Award for Game Design. CESA praised the crew for establishing a sport design based mostly on a distinct segment theme like rice cultivation whereas sustaining the gameplay stability.

CEDEC Awards 2021 - Special Award won by Mark Cerny - Ratchet and Clank PS5

The CEDEC Awards 2021 Special Award went to Mark Cerny. He has been concerned within the growth of PlayStation consoles, together with the newest PlayStation 5. CESA additionally famous Cerny’s participation within the productions of sport sequence like Crash Bandicoot and Ratchet & Clank.

In final 12 months‘s CEDEC Awards 2020, CESA gave the awards to Hideo Kojima and the development teams behind Capcom’s RE Engine, Nintendo’s Ring Fit Adventure and Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and Square Enix’s Final Fantasy VII Remake.