The game designer at a video game development studio in New Jersey has been awarded a coveted award by the Game Developers Choice Awards.
The game designer named for former New York Times bestselling author Amanita Koyama was nominated for the Lifetime Achievement Award for her work on the Skyrim game.
Koyama won the Lifetime Award for his design of the game, which is due out on October 21, 2019.
The award was named for his wife, Amanita, who has written the book “The Art of Design.”
Koyima says his wife Amanita has always been a big advocate for the arts and has always supported him in this area.
“She always has been very supportive of my work and my creative endeavors.
She also has a lot of respect for games.
I think that’s one of the things I find most important about her.
She knows that the game is about something larger than just the game itself.
I don’t think she can help but get more excited for the game,” he told ABC News.
Kotaku first reported the award, which has been named for the former Times best-selling author.
The Game Developers’ Choice Awards are a showcase of the industry’s top developers, designers, and gamers.