Sony held its annual PlayStation Awards in Tokyo last night, honouring the achievements of PlayStation developers over the past year. Nominations for the coveted PlayStation Grand Prix included Konami's Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, Koei's Shin Sangoku Musou 2 (Dynasty Warriors 3), Sega's Virtua Fighter 4 and Square's Kingdom Hearts, but the winner was Square's epic Final Fantasy X - recently released in Europe after a long delay - which also received a Double Platinum Prize for over two million units shipped. Platinum Prizes (more than one million units) went to Sony itself for Everybody's Golf 3, Enix for Dragon Quest IV and Onimusha 2 from Capcom, which is scheduled for release in Europe later this year. Gold Prizes (more than half a million units) went to a longer list of games, including all of the nominees for Grand Prix other than FFX, Konami for Winning Elevens 5 and 6, Bandai for a trio of games with stupidly long names and Capcom for Devil May Cry. There were a number of other prizes awarded, and for the full rundown you should head over to The Magic Box.
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