Red Dead Redemption 2 goes home empty handed
God of War rounded out its impressive trophy haul by sweeping the BAFTAs, securing an eye-watering five awards on the evening. Sony Santa Monica’s epic PlayStation 4 exclusive scored for Best Music, Best Narrative, and Audio Achievement. Meanwhile, voice actor Jeremy Davies took home the Best Performer...
God of Awards?
The BAFTA Games Awards is about to get into full swing, and it's just released its list of nominees. As has become somewhat of a trend, it's Santa Monica Studio's God of War at the front of the pack with a total of 10 nominations. The Performer category is where the game excels, with four nominations out of six, but it's also in the...
Giant Sparrow’s inventive first-person adventure What Remains of Edith Finch took home the BAFTA for Best Game at a swish ceremony in London today. The game – a series of vignettes about a slew of untimely family deaths – also scored highly here at Push Square, where we awarded it a 10/10 at release. The sophomore effort from Ian...
You have earned a trophy!
The nominees for the British Academy Games Awards 2018 have been announced, and it's Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice that receives the most nods with nine nominations. It's in the running for categories such as Artistic Achievement, Audio Achievement, Game Beyond Entertainment, and even Best Game. Horizon: Zero Dawn is hot on...
The Last Guardian also wins award
It's time to stop. We're approaching mid-April and Uncharted 4: A Thief's End has been winning awards for what feels like an eternity now. The title took home the coveted Best Game gong at the BAFTAs overnight, despite the excellent INSIDE scooping four other awards on the night. PlayStation 4 exclusive The Last...
Rapture! Until Dawn! Bloodborne!
It was great night for the PlayStation 4 at the 2016 BAFTA Game Awards, as 11 of the gongs went to titles for Sony's new-gen format – five of which being console exclusives. Everybody's Gone to the Rapture, the haunting adventure game by Dear Esther developer The Chinese Room, did particularly well, scoring...
Look, we know that a lot of people love Destiny, and that's great – but Bungie's first-person shooter has got to be the most bizarre BAFTAs winner ever. The intergalactic escapade scooped the Best Game award during a glitzy event in London earlier this evening – despite it, er, suffering from some pretty enormous issues. Even ardent fan...
Let 'er Ripley
Given that it was developed in the humble West Sussex town of Horsham, it's no surprise to see Alien: Isolation lead the charge at this year's BAFTA Games Awards. While the event always has a global presence, it tends to champion British titles above all else, and that's clear with the aforementioned survival horror scoring six...
The Last of Us also on point
Paper-based platformer Tearaway was assembled in the picturesque British town of Guildford, so it’s perhaps not overly surprising to see it recognised in this year’s BAFTA awards. Still, the underappreciated adventure has excelled a little more than even we expected, accruing an incredible eight nominations across...
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