You want a BAFTA then create a great RPG

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The British videogame academy awards, otherwise knows as the BAFTA’s have been happening over night and instead of forcing you to watch something that just isn’t that entertaining yet we have all the winners right here.

Granted if you want to watch a rerun then be warned that this list sort of ruins the suspense of it all and we then recommend running for the hills instead…

Okay so lets get it into.

First up Peter Molyneux was awarded an Academy Fellowship for his hard work in the videogame industry over the years, something which he really does deserve.

Best Game

  • Mass Effect 2: Development Team – Electronic Arts/BioWare

Action

  • Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood: Gaëlec Simard – Ubisoft

Artistic Achievement

  • God of War III: Stig Asmussen, Ken Feldman, Cecil Kim – SCE Santa Monica Studio

Family

  • Kinect Sports: Development Team – Microsoft Games Studios/Rare

Gameplay

  • Super Mario Galaxy 2: Koichi Hayashida, Yoshiaki Koizumi, Takashi Tezuka – Nintendo/Nintendo

Handheld

  • Cut the Rope: Efim Voinov, Semyon Voinov – Chillingo/Zeptolab

Multiplayer

  • Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit: Development Team – Electronic Arts/Criterion Games

Original Music

  • Heavy Rain: Normand Corbeil – Sony, Quantic Dream & XDev Studio Europe

Social Network Game

  • My Empire: Development Team – Playfish/Playfish

Sports

  • F1 2010: Development Team – Codemasters/Codemasters Birmingham

Story

  • Heavy Rain: David Cage, Guillaume de Fondaumiere, Scott Johnson – Sony, Quantic Dream & XDev Studio Europe

Strategy

  • Civilization V: Jon Shafer, Dorian Newcomb, Brian Wade – 2K Games/Firaxis

Technical Innovation

  • Heavy Rain: David Cage, Guillaume de Fondaumiere, Scott Johnson – Sony, Quantic Dream & XDev Studio Europe

Use of Audio

  • Battlefield: Bad Company: 2: Patrick Bach, David Goldfarb – Electronic Arts/DICE

BAFTA Ones To Watch Award in association with Dare to Be Digital

  • Twang!: Jocce Marklund, Annette Nielsen, Linus Nordgren, Marcus Heder, Thomas Finlay (That Game Studio)

GAME Award of 2010

  • Call of Duty: Black Ops: Activision Blizzard UK Ltd/Treyarch

And that’s it, do you have any feelings about Need for Speed winning the multiplayer award ahead of Call of Duty Black Ops? Or that F1 2010 beat out FIFA 11 to the Sports award?

Did anything else jump out at you as just being wrong here, then let us know below.

Source: VG247

Last Updated: March 17, 2011

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