Copyright 2007

[ February 7th 2007 ]

Tomb Raider Legend has been nominated for a Game Developers Choice award for Best Audio in a video-game, GDC has announced. Developed by acclaimed U.S. studio Crystal Dynamics, Tomb Raider Legend was scored by BAFTA award-winning composer Troels Folmann.

Produced and hosted by GDC and presented by IGDA, the Game Developers Choice Awards are game development's most prized honours. Hailed for their genuine tone, these true industry accolades exclusively recognize game developers.

"The GDC derives its authenticity from the developers themselves, who teach and share at the show - the Game Developers Choice Awards is then the natural validation of their collective artistic effort, voted on and awarded to individual game creators," said Jamil Moledina, Executive Director of the Game Developers Conference.

"Since the Choice Awards have an open nomination process and reflect the judgement of peers, the awards have earned the highest respect of the community."

The Game Developers Choice Award ceremony, hosted by development community darling and 2006 award recipient Tim Schafer of Double Fine Productions, will take place Wednesday, March 7 at 6:30p.m. within the Esplanade Ballroom of the Moscone Center's South Hall.

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