News PlayStation Legend Shuhei Yoshida to Be Awarded the BAFTA Fellowship
Top honours for Sony exec
Shuhei Yoshida, one of PlayStation's best and most beloved executives, is to be recognised for his achievements at this year's BAFTA Games Awards. During the awards ceremony, he'll be given the BAFTA Fellowship award, the organisation's top honour. The BAFTA Fellowship is a 'Hall of Fame' style award, recognising...
News BAFTA to Honour Death Stranding's Hideo Kojima with Highest Award
King of the world
He’s one of the most famous faces in the industry, and now Hideo Kojima’s career will be recognised by BAFTA with its highest award. During the BAFTA Game Awards ceremony on 2nd April, the Metal Gear Solid and Death Stranding creator will receive the BAFTA Fellowship, an accolade designed to reward outstanding contributions to...
News The Last of Us Bags the BAFTA Award for Best Overall Game
It just clicked
Naughty Dog's PlayStation 3 swansong The Last of Us was a pretty impressive game, but you probably didn't need us to tell you that. The Californian developer's unique take on the survival horror genre has been collecting just about every award known to man, and that impressive list has just grown even longer, with the studio recently...
News LittleBigPlanet 2 Scoops Up Two BAFTA Awards
Portal 2 takes home Game of the Year
Valve’s first-person puzzler Portal 2 took home the coveted Game of the Year gong at last night’s glitzy BAFTA awards ceremony in London. The brilliant brain bender was the biggest winner on the night, scooping up an additional two awards for best Design and Story. Despite being nominated in five categories,...
News Uncharted 3 Up for BAFTA Game of 2011
Test of Drake's fortune
One of the best PS3 games of last year — heck, of any year — is up for this year's BAFTA GAME Award. Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception has been nominated in the only category determined by public votes, which means you have a real chance to shape its outcome. You can head over and vote for Uncharted 3 — or, you know, any...
News Heavy Rain Makes a Splash at BAFTA Awards with Three Wins
Sony's Heavy Rain was one of the stand-out games of 2010 whether playing with Move or DualShock, and last night's BAFTA Video Games Awards have honoured Quantic Dream's game with a trio of statues. David Cage's detective thriller scooped the award for Technical Innovation, beating Kinectimals, Super Mario Galaxy 2 and more. It also...