Who won at the 2014 gaming BAFTAs?

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Last night in London was the glitzy 2014 Gaming BAFTA awards. Click through for a complete list of the winners.

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There doesn’t appear to have been many surprises – with the PS3 exclusion The Last of Us dominating a number of big awards – including Best Game, Best Story and Action & Adventure Game. It’s not all bad news for the GTA5 team though – who picked up a best design award, and also best British game (it was actually developed in Scotland, not Los Angeles).

It’s also nice to see Lucas Pope’s Papers, Please pick up a gong in the strategy category – the game is widely viewed to be a good example of games with a conscience, as players have to play an east European border guard, having to balance corruption and doing the right thing.

Tearaway on the PS Vita also performed very strongly indeed, picking up a couple of awards – which means that out there not only does someone own a PS Vita, but they’ve been playing it too.

So what do you think of the winners? Let us know if you thought the best game won in the comments.

Action & Adventure Game

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag
The Last of Us
Grand Theft Auto V
Tomb Raider
BADLAND

Game Innovation

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons
Tearaway
Grand Theft Auto V
The Stanley Parable
Papers, Please
Year Walk

Artistic Achievement

BioShock Infinite
DEVICE 6
Beyond: Two Souls
Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch
Tearaway
The Last of Us

Mobile & Handheld

Tearaway
Plants vs. Zombies 2
The Room Two
BADLAND
Ridiculous Fishing
DEVICE 6

Multiplayer

World of Tanks
Super Mario 3D World
The Last of Us
Grand Theft Auto V
Battlefield 4
DOTA 2

Audio Achievement

BioShock Infinite
Grand Theft Auto V
The Last of Us
Battlefield 4
DEVICE 6
Tomb Raider

Original Music

Tearaway
Beyond: Two Souls
BioShock Infinite
The Last of Us
Super Mario 3D World
Koji Kondo, Mahito Yokota
Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag

Ones To Watch (Presumably the teams behind the following…)

Project Heera: Diamond Heist (Chinchkar Tanmay Subhash, Shastry Neeraj Pramod, Dhongde Shashank Sunil, Dave Dhruv Prakashchandra, Shriram Srinivasan)
The Unknown (Chenying Wan, Qiwei Feng, Luyue Zhang, Zhaoxuan Li, Neil Cullen)
Size DOES Matter (Mattis Delerud, Silje Dahl, Lars Andersen, Trond Fasteraune, Nick La Rooy)

Performer

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

Best Game

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

Sports Game

NBA 2K14
F1 2013
Forza Motorsport 5
Football Manager 2014
FIFA 14
GRID 2

British Game

Tearaway
The Room Two
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
Gunpoint
Grand Theft Auto V
DmC Devil May Cry

Story

The Last of Us
Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch
Grand Theft Auto V
Gone Home
The Stanley Parable
Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons

Debut Game

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

Strategy & Simulation

Civilization V: Brave New World
XCOM: Enemy Within
Forza Motorsport 5
Surgeon Simulator 2013
Democracy 3
Papers, Please

Family Game

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

Game Design

Tearaway
Tomb Raider
Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag
The Last of Us
Grand Theft Auto V
Papers, Please

James O’Malley