Hideo Kojima receives a Fine Arts award

Personality News Hideo Kojima receives a Fine Arts award

Hideo Kojima received an award from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology. He was rewarded by the Beaux-Arts in the media arts category.

Hideo Kojima received the seventy-second award from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan. The Fine Arts Prize has been awarded since 1950.

A prestigious Fine Arts prize for Kojima

Within the ministry, it is the Cultural Affairs Agency that awards this Fine Arts prizes in eleven different categories : theatre, cinema, music, dance, literature, visual arts, television, the development of the arts, the arts of criticism and the media arts (including video games). Awarded since 1950these awards have gained some prestige over time, with the media arts category being the last to be added in 2008. For his entire careerbut also for the recent success of Death Stranding: Director’s Cut, Hideo Kojima becomes the second video game actor to receive this award after Shigeru Miyamoto in 2010.

For all of his work

The committee choosing the winners explained Kojima’s choice primarily because Death Stranding touched them. They highlight in particular the dynamic interactions between the game’s protagonist and different parts of society, disjointed without it. The committee also highlighted the Kojima’s work throughout his careerand its ability to innovate, its avant-gardism, and this since Metal Gear in 1987. Recall that Hideo Kojima has already won a Fellowship Awards des BAFTAa Industry Icon des Game Awardsand is inducted into the Academy of Interactive Arts Institute Hall of Fame in 2016 for all his contribution to the world of video games.

Hideo Kojima received the Fine Arts Award from the Agency for Cultural Affairs under the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan a few days ago. The award was officially handed over today.

A propos de Death Stranding Director’s Cut

By Damien-LadderWriting jeuxvideo.com

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