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Since 1998, the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences (AIAS) has annually inducted into its Hall of Fame video game developers that have made revolutionary and innovative achievements in the computer and video game industry.
- 1998 — Shigeru Miyamoto of Nintendo
- 1999 — Sid Meier of Firaxis Games and MicroProse
- 2000 — Hironobu Sakaguchi of Square (Square Enix as of 2003), and currently at Mistwalker
- 2001 — John Carmack of id Software
- 2002 — Will Wright of Maxis
- 2003 — Yu Suzuki of SEGA
- 2004 — Peter Molyneux of Lionhead Studios and Bullfrog Productions
- 2005 — Trip Hawkins, founder of Electronic Arts, 3DO, and currently at Digital Chocolate
- 2006 — Richard Garriott, founder of Origin Systems, currently at NCsoft
- 2007 — Dani Bunten, founder of Ozark Softscape
- 2008 - Michael Morhaime, President and co-founder of Blizzard Entertainment
- 2009 - Bruce Shelley, helped designed Age of Empires and Civilization.
- 2010 - Mark Cerny, designer of various Playstation systems
- 2011 - Ray Muzyka & Greg Zeschuk, co-founders of Bioware
- 2012 - Tim Sweeney, co-founder of Epic Games
- 2013 - Gabe Newell, co-founder of Valve
- 2014 - Sam Houser, Dan Houser and Leslie Benzies, Co-founders of Rockstar