Winners of BAFTA Video Game Awards 2014

Another year, another edition of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards (commonly referred to as BAFTA Awards) passes. This year, the BAFTA Video Game Awards were held in London’s Tobacco Docks.

Consoles were the clear winner this year as majority of the awards were awarded to console exclusives with only a handful of PC games being awarded. To explain it even clearly, Sony was the big winner as two of its game accounted for a mouth-watering eight awards between them. Naughty-Dog’s post apocalyptic (and PlayStation exclusive) title “The Last of Us” won a total of five awards including the highly desired Best Game Award. Tearaway brought three other awards to bring Sony’s count to an impressive eight Awards

The guys over at Rockstar also went home with their pockets full after their GTA V bagged three awards including the Best Multiplayer.

Check the full list below to see all the winners at this year’s BAFTA Video Game Awards:

BEST GAME
– Winner: The Last of Us
– Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag
– Grand Theft Auto 5
– Papers, Please
– Super Mario 3D World
– Tearaway

ACTION AND ADVENTURE
– Winner: The Last of Us
– Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag
– BADLAND
– Grand Theft Auto 5
– LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
– Tomb Raider

AUDIO ACHIEVEMENT
– Winner: The Last of Us
– Battlefield 4
– BioShock Infinite
– DEVICE 6
– Grand Theft Auto 5
– Tomb Raider

STORY
– Winner: The Last of Us
– Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons
– Gone Home
– Grand Theft Auto 5
– Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch
– The Stanley Parable

STRATEGY AND SIMULATION
– Winner: Papers, Please
– Civilization 5: Brave New World
– Democracy 3
– Forza Motorsport 5
– Surgeon Simulator 2013
– XCOM: Enemy Within

MULTIPLAYER
– Winner: Grand Theft Auto 5
– Battlefield 4
– Dota 2
– Super Mario 3D World
– The Last of Us
– World of Tanks

SPORTS
– Winner: Fifa 14
– F1 2013
– Football Manager 2014
– Forza Motorsport 5
– Grid 2
– NBA 2K14

FAMILY
– Winner: Tearaway
– Animal Crossing: New Leaf
– Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons
– Rayman Legends
– Skylanders SWAP Force
– Super Mario 3D World

GAME DESIGN
– Winner: Grand Theft Auto 5
– Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag
– Papers, Please
– Tearaway
– The Last of Us
– Tomb Raider

DEBUT GAME
– Gone Home
– BADLAND
– Castles in the Sky
– Gunpoint
– Remember Me
– The Stanley Parable

ARTISTIC ACHIEVEMENT
– Winner: Tearaway
– Beyond: Two Souls
– BioShock Infinite
– DEVICE 6
– Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch
– The Last of Us

GAME INNOVATION
– Winner: Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons
– Grand Theft Auto 5
– Papers, Please
– Tearaway
– The Stanley Parable
– Year Walk

ORIGINAL MUSIC
– Winner: Bioshock Infinite
– Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag
– Beyond: Two Souls
– Super Mario 3D World
– Tearaway
– The Last of Us

MOBILE AND HANDHELD
– Winner: Tearaway
– BADLAND
– DEVICE 6
– Plants vs. Zombies 2
– Ridiculous Fishing
– The Room Two

BRITISH GAME
– Winner: Grand Theft Auto 5
– Tearaway
– The Room Two
– LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
– Gunpoint
– DmC Devil May Cry

PERFORMER
– Winner: Ashley Johnson (Ellie – The Last of Us)
– Courtnee Draper (Elizabeth – BioShock Infinite)
– Ellen Page (Jodie – Beyond: Two Souls)
– Kevan Brighting (The Narrator – The Stanley Parable)
– Steven Ogg (Trevor Phillips – Grand Theft Auto 5)
– Troy Baker (Joel – The Last of Us)

BAFTA ONES TO WATCH AWARD
– Winner: Size Does Matter
– Project Heera: Diamond Heist
– The Unknown

So do you think these games really deserved the awards or you have a different opinion? Let us know in the comments!

  • Ojciec Fernando

    What a joke.

  • Tim

    Last of Us – best game ever.