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BAFTA Games Awards

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BAFTA Games Awards

In 2003, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) announced that they would be splitting their BAFTA Games Awards from the BAFTA Interactive Entertainment Awards. The Games Awards are given to recognize eminent computer and video games.

See BAFTA Interactive Entertainment Awards for previous BAFTA awards given to games.


Main article: 1st British Academy Video Games Awards


Main article: 2nd British Academy Video Games Awards






Main article: 7th British Academy Video Games Awards


Main article: 8th British Academy Video Games Awards


Main article: 9th British Academy Video Games Awards
  • Action - Far Cry 3
  • Artistic Achievement - Journey
  • Audio Achievement - Journey
  • Best Game - Dishonored
  • British Game - The Room
  • Debut Game - The Unfinished Swan
  • Family - Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes
  • Design - Journey
  • Game Innovation - The Unfinished Swan
  • Mobile & Handheld - The Walking Dead
  • Online-Browser - SongPop
  • Online Multiplayer - Journey
  • Original Music - Journey
  • Performer - Danny Wallace (Thomas Was Alone)
  • Sports/Fitness - New Star Soccer
  • Story - The Walking Dead
  • Strategy - XCOM: Enemy Unknown
  • BAFTA Ones to Watch Award - Starcrossed
  • Academy Fellowship - Gabe Newell

External links

  • Official site at

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