Games about war. Love them or hate them, they tend to be phenomenally successful, despite the fact there’s so darn many of them. The biggest and best of this past year, however, has definitely been Call of Duty 4 – a version of the WW2 first-person-shooter based in the present day. That was recognised at the Golden Joystick awards on Friday, where the game grabbed awards for “Ultimate Game of the Year”, “Online Game of the Year” and “PC Game of the Year”.
Aside from the fact that it definitely wasn’t the “PC Game of the Year” (that honour goes to Audiosurf, in my humble opinion), the game does deserve a decent amount of recognition – it was fantastic and looked incredible. Other winners at the Golden Joysticks included GTA IV, Activision Blizzard, Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass, and Guitar Hero III. A full list of winners is over the jump…
It’s that time of the year again – the BT Digital Music Awards. These are awards which are given to bands, artists, labels, shops, and other digital music services which really use the web to its greatest advantage. Although there’s quite a lot of “which band has the prettiest website” rubbish in the awards, there’s also categories like “Best Digital Service”, “Best Music Shop” and “Best Music Hardware”….
YouTube have held their second annual video awards, and all the irritating bastards you’ve now grown to hate won something.
Silly old Yahoo! decided to send out a press release today. Probably no one else will notice, what with the billions of press releases about TVs and mobile phones and robots flying about the place right now.
But WE noticed.
Yahoo! has come up with this list of what it calls the “Finds of the Year 2007” – basically a self-promoting little ready-made feature for bloggers like us to slot in among the billions of updates about new kinds of Bravia we’re all hammering out today…
Yahoo! has launched its search (ahem) for the best, most creative, innovative, and amusing websites within the UK, with The Finds of the Year 2007 awards.
Now in its sixth year, there are around 40 sites broken down into eight categories that will be voted upon by a panel of experts. The public can also vote for The People’s Choice award, with the winners being announced on 16th January next year.
The eight categories are charity, educational, ethical, innovative, social, shopping, travel, and weird and wonderful. The People’s Choice will decide the overall winner.
The great and good of the mobile entertainment industry are currently whooping it up in Monte Carlo at the MEM trade show, which last night hosted the Mobile Entertainment Awards 2007, which rewards the best mobile services.
The Shiny boys’ tuxes are back from the dry cleaners, while the girls are fending off calls from major Italian fashion houses. Yep the awards season is on its way. And up there with the Globes, the Oscars and the…