Batman: Arkham Asylum tops Baftas’ Game awards

Batman: Arkham Asylum won the best game award at the Bafta Video Game awards ceremony last night.

Developed by Rocksteady studios, the game claimed the top prize in a year which saw Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 become the biggest product launch of all time.

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Modern Warfare 2 meanwhile unsurprisingly took the public-voted GAME award.

At the end of the evening, Nintendo legend, Shigeru Miyamoto, was presented with a Bafta fellowship. He did after all give the world Donkey Kong, oh and some plumber called Mario too.

Via the Telegraph
 

Batman: Arkham Asylum won the best game award at the Bafta Video Game awards ceremony last night.

Developed by Rocksteady studios, the game claimed the top prize in a year which saw Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 become the biggest product launch of all time.

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Read more:
20 Games that changed it all
20 Games to ruin your relationship
———————————————————————————

Modern Warfare 2 meanwhile unsurprisingly took the public-voted GAME award.

At the end of the evening, Nintendo legend, Shigeru Miyamoto, was presented with a Bafta fellowship. He did after all give the world Donkey Kong, oh and some plumber called Mario too.

Via the Telegraph
 

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