The BAFTA Awards took place last night, as you'll probably know from the huge number of obnoxious tweets and selfies doing the rounds from retailers and publishers. However, it's all about the games and developers as far as we're concerned, and the winners are an interesting mix indeed.
Everything from The Vanishing Of Ethan Carter to Monument Valley, Valiant Hearts, Never Alone and League Of Legends got their due recognition. The Last Of Us: Left Behind scored big with two awards for story and performance, whereas Alien: Isolation slunk back with just the one award despite seven nominations. Either way, though, it's a list that shows a more considered and thoughtful approach that the likes of Geoff Keighley's nonsensical farce.
The only potentially conversial pick, however, is Destiny as 'Best Game.' Was it? Was it really?
I'm going to leave that one with you... for now. Check out the winners below, and remind yourself of the nominations here.
- Best Game: Destiny
- Artistic Achievement: Lumino City
- Game Innovation: The Vanishing of Ethan Carter
- Audio Achievement: Alien: Isolation
- Mobile & Handheld: Monument Valley
- BAFTA Ones To Watch Award in association with Dare to Be Digital: Chambara
- Multiplayer: Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft
- Music: Far Cry 4 - Cliff Martinez, Tony Gronick and Jerome Angelot
- Best British Game: Monument Valley
- Original Property: Valiant Hearts - Yoan Fanise, Paul Tumelaire and Simon Choquet
- Debut Game: Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna)
- Best Performer: Ashley Johnson The Last of Us: Left Behind (Ellie)
- Family Game: Minecraft: Console Editions
- Persistent Game: League of Legends
- Fellowship Award: David Braben
- Game design: Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor
- Sport: OlliOlli - John Ribbins, Simon Bennett and Tom Hegarty
- Best Story: The Last of Us: Left Behind