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2009 BAFTA Winners Announced

This year’s BAFTA marks the first time that a film director has won a video game award, as Steven Spielberg claimed his third BAFTA mask for Boom Blox in the Casual category.

Other winners include Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, which won two BAFTAs and the game of the year award. Dead Space took home technical achievements alongside LittleBigPlanet.

Quite a few games won BAFTAs, including Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution, Race Driver: GRID, Left 4 Dead and Fable 2. Full list of winners after the jump.

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BAFTA 2007 Winners Announced

The BAFTA 2007 Video Games Awards winners have been announced, marking a big win for Nintendo with Wii Sports that bagged six of the ceremony’s 15 awards – it was nominated for seven.

Other winners include Okami and God of War 2, both of which walked away with two awards; Crackdown for best action/adventure game and use of audio; and BioShock for best game of the year. Here is the full list of winners.

  • Action and Adventure – Crackdown (Realtime Worlds, Microsoft, X360)
  • Artistic Achievement – Okami (Clover Studio, Capcom, PS2)
  • Best Game – BioShock (2K Boston/2K Australia, 2K Games, PC, X360)
  • Casual – Wii Sports (Nintendo, Wii)
  • Gameplay – Wii Sports (Nintendo, Wii)
  • Innovation – Wii Sports (Nintendo, Wii)
  • Multiplayer – Wii Sports (Nintendo, Wii)
  • Original Score – Okami (Clover Studio, Capcom, PS2)
  • Sports – Wii Sports (Nintendo, Wii)
  • Strategy and Simulation – Wii Sports (Nintendo, Wii)
  • Story and Character – God of War II (SCE Santa Monica, SCE, PS2)
  • Technical Achievement – God of War II (SCE Santa Monica, SCE, PS2)
  • Use of Audio – Crackdown (Realtime Worlds, Microsoft, X360)
  • BAFTA Ones to Watch Award (Independent Dev) – Ragnarawk (Voodoo Boogy)
  • The PC World Gamers Award (Public Voting Online) – Football Manager 2007 (Sports Interactive, Sega, PC)