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Pocket-lint Podcast #77 - Samsung Galaxy S III rumours, GAME collapse and BAFTA Video Games Awards

Pocket-lint Podcast #77 - Samsung Galaxy S III rumours, GAME collapse and BAFTA Video Games Awards

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GAME has now gone into administration and Samsung Galaxy S III pictures are popping up all over the shop, so this week's Pocket-lint Podcast looks at both stories with the keen eye that only the PL team can provide. Plus, having attended the star-studded... >>

Pocket-lint Podcast #35

Pocket-lint Podcast #35

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In only the second Pocket-lint Podcast to be recorded while the team are in the same place, Rik, Dan, Stu and Chris natter about the BAFTA Game Awards 2011 (BAVGA), chew the cud over mobile phone screen technologies, look forward to tradeshow CTIA, and... >>

Heavy Rain wins 3 BAFTAs, but loses out to Mass Effect 2 for Best Game

Heavy Rain wins 3 BAFTAs, but loses out to Mass Effect 2 for Best Game

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Heavy Rain has walked away with three gongs at this year’s British Academy Video Games Awards (the BAFTAs for gaming). The game, which is more an interactive movie rather than your typical first person shooter, won awards for Story, Original Music,... >>

Batman: Arkham Asylum wins Best Game at BAFTA 2010 awards

Batman: Arkham Asylum wins Best Game at BAFTA 2010 awards

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Batman: Arkham Asylum has won best game at the Bafta 2010 awards. The awards, which are voted by members of the game industry, in a similar way to how the movie BAFTAs are decided, gives an indication of the best games of the previous year. The game,... >>

BAFTA crowns Super Mario Galaxy Best Game

BAFTA crowns Super Mario Galaxy Best Game

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Super Mario Galaxy has beaten tough competition to become the shock winner of the BAFTA video game awards' Best Game award at a star-studded awards dinner in London. The 3D platform title for the Nintendo Wii beat Call of Duty 4, GTA IV, Fable 2 and Rock... >>

Bafta's top award goes to Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter

Bafta's top award goes to Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter

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The new BAFTA awards for videogames were held last night in London and recognised Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter as Game of the Year as well as for Technical Achievement. It beat out Black, Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training and Lego Star... >>

BAFTA throws spotlight on games with new awards

BAFTA throws spotlight on games with new awards

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The British Academy of Film and Television has extended their awards this year to recognise outstanding performance in games in the new British Academy Video Games Awards. According to a statement, “The awards ceremony will reward the individuals behind... >>

Half Life 2 wins 6 BAFTAs, Hitman gains best music

Half Life 2 wins 6 BAFTAs, Hitman gains best music

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Half-Life 2 was the major standout winner at the 2nd annual BAFTAs for Interactive Entertainment, taking best game, online game (where with Counter-Strike, it technically had two hits at the same award), action adventure, art direction and animation and... >>

God of Games Peter Molyneux receives OBE

God of Games Peter Molyneux receives OBE

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He's been coding since 1987 so he isn't an overnight success. Peter Molyneux's name conjures up memories of many classics such as Populous, Syndicate, Magic Carpet, Theme Park, Dungeon Keeper, the like-or-hate Black and White and the recently released... >>