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The 2013 BAFTA Awards have just been handed out in merry old England and Dishonored has been named the “Best Game of 2012″ by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.
However, the most impressive awards haul came courtesy of thatgamecompany’s Journey, which collected five awards (“Artistic Achievement,” “Audio Achievement,” “Game Design,” “Online Multiplayer,” and “Original Music”). The Unfinished Swan (“Best Debut” and “Game Innovation”) and The Walking Dead (“Mobile & Handheld” and “Story”) also took home multiple awards.
You can find the rest of the winners after the break.
Far Cry 3
The Unfinished Swan (Giant Sparrow)
Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes
The Unfinished Swan
Mobile & Handheld
The Walking Dead
Online – Browser
Journey – Austin Wintory
Thomas Was Alone – Danny Wallace (The Narrator)
New Star Soccer
The Walking Dead
XCOM: Enemy Unknown
BAFTA Ones to Watch Award (In Association with Dare to Be Digital)
Starcrossed (Kind of a Big Deal)
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