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'Rome: Total War' And 'Tony Hawk's Underground' Get 'Best Of E3 Awards'

by Rainier on June 12, 2003 @ 12:04 p.m. PDT

Activision announced today that Rome: Total War, the revolutionary new real-time strategy game from The Creative Assembly and Tony Hawk's Underground, the first game in a new breed of Tony Hawk skateboarding games, were awarded Best of E3 2003 honors for Best Strategy Game and Best Sports Game. Hosted at www.e3awards.com, the "Best of E3" awards recognize excellence at the Electronic Entertainment Expo, as judged by the Game Critics Awards committee, which is comprised of 35 leading industry journalists. "It is an honor for Rome: Total War and Tony Hawk's Underground to be recognized by the industry's top journalists as the best games in their genres," said Larry Goldberg, executive vice president of Activision's worldwide studios. "This recognition is a testament to the talented development teams at The Creative Assembly and Neversoft."
Activision announced today that Rome: Total War, the revolutionary new real-time strategy game from The Creative Assembly and Tony Hawk's Underground, the first game in a new breed of Tony Hawk skateboarding games, were awarded Best of E3 2003 honors for Best Strategy Game and Best Sports Game. Hosted at www.e3awards.com, the "Best of E3" awards recognize excellence at the Electronic Entertainment Expo, as judged by the Game Critics Awards committee, which is comprised of 35 leading industry journalists. "It is an honor for Rome: Total War and Tony Hawk's Underground to be recognized by the industry's top journalists as the best games in their genres," said Larry Goldberg, executive vice president of Activision's worldwide studios. "This recognition is a testament to the talented development teams at The Creative Assembly and Neversoft."
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