BAFTA winners, no big surprises

This year’s Bafta winners echoed previous gaming awards held with no major surprises. Call of Duty: Black Ops won the big one, only public-voted category in the GAME British Academy Video Game Awards. Then Mass Effect 2 won the award for best game while the Playstation 3 exclusive, Heavy Rain took the most awards, three for technical achievement, story and use of audio.

Lionhead’s Peter Molyneux was awarded the BAFTA Academy Fellowship.

The BAFTA winners follow:

Action

Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood

Artistic Achievement

God of War III

Best Game

Mass Effect 2

Family

Kinect Sports

Gameplay

Super Mario Galaxy 2

Handheld

Cut the Rope

Multiplayer

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit

Original Music

Heavy Rain

Social Network Game

My Empire

Sports

F1 2010

Story

Heavy Rain

Strategy

Civilization V

Technical Innovation

Heavy Rain

Use of Audio

Battlefield: Bad Company: 2

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

Twang

GAME Award of 2010

Call of Duty: Black Ops

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