Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Half-Life 2 sweeps Bafta awards

BBC News reports:

PC first person shooter Half-Life 2 has won six Bafta Awards, including best game and best online game.

The title, developed by Valve, was released last year to universal acclaim - receiving special praise for its immersive plot and physics engine.

The game also won Baftas for best action adventure, best PC game, art direction and animation.

Burnout 3 won three awards in the categories for racing, technical direction and best PlayStation 2 game.

Grant Dean, chairman of the Bafta games awards, said at a ceremony in London on Tuesday: "The last year has been a great year for the interactive entertainment industry.

Plus there is Counter-Strike Source!

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