Spike TV “Video Game Awards 2005” Honors
Activision’s Call Of Duty 2, Tony Hawk’s American Wasteland And True Crime: New
Santa Monica, CA – November 22, 2005 —
Activision, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI) announced today that three of its holiday games
Call of Duty®2, Tony Hawk’s American Wasteland and True Crime®: New York City
were honored at the Spike TV “Video Game Awards 2005” show, held on Friday night
at the Gibson Amphitheater in Los Angeles.
Call of Duty 2 earned “Best Military Game,” Tony
Hawk’s American Wasteland was named “Best Individual Sports Game” and True
Crime: New York City’s Traci Lords and Christopher Walken were honored in the
“Best Supporting Female Performance” and “Best Supporting Male Performance”
categories for their roles in the gritty urban drama.
“We’re thrilled that Call of Duty 2, Tony Hawk’s
American Wasteland and True Crime: New York City were honored with VGAs,” said
Robin Kaminsky, Head of Global Brand Management. “The development teams at
Infinity Ward, Neversoft and Luxoflux strive to deliver innovative and
entertaining gameplay experiences to fans and this acknowledgement is a
testament to their hard work.”
The third annual Spike TV “Video Game Awards
2005,” hosted by Samuel L. Jackson will premiere on Spike TV on Saturday,
December 10 from 9:00-11:00 PM ET/PT.
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