The latest James Bond videogame "Blood Stone" failed to collect a BAFTA award for its original score at this week's ceremony, mainly due to the dominance of PlayStation 3 title "Heavy Rain". The film noir-inspired murder mystery emerged as the big winner, picking up three trophies.
"Rain" beat British composer Richard Jacques's commendable James Bond 007: Bloodstone soundtrack as well as Super Mario Galaxy 2/
As well as being honoured for its original music, "Rain" took home gongs for technical innovation and story at the ceremony in London on Wednesday night.
The award for best game went to Mass Effect 2, an action role-playing game, while Call of Duty: Black Ops took home the Game trophy, the only award voted for by the public.
Sir Ben Kingsley presented the Fellowship award to Peter Molyneux, who has created such games as Populous, Magic Carpet and the Fable series.
The family award went to Kinetic Sports, which uses new technology that allows to play without a controller. The device was recently named the fastest-selling gadget of all time, with 10 million sales in just four months.
Cut The Rope, a physics-based puzzle game, won the award in the handheld category, while My Empire picked up the gong in new category honouring the best social network game. Users can play the city-building game using Facebook.
Other winners included F1 2010, which picked up the Sports gong, and God of War III, which collected the artistic achievement award.
a real man's multiplayer is Battlefield : Bad Company 2... giant maps (that aren't circles).. an array of usable vehicles (right from the start), destructible environments..... it's easily the better game, but COD has such a stranglehold on the genre right now..
during the gameplay, the graphics weren't bad - but the cutscenes were horrid... Judi Dench looked drugged up, and Craig looked like he was carved out of plastic... i would find it hard to believe that they spent a lot of time on the models and their texturing, as they looked identical to the Quantum Of Solace game... that was another game that was fun, but again, i thought it lacked in the character modeling...
the multiplayer was a gigantic waste of time... i remember on the old forums i went on a psychotic like rant about it (lol).. but it was warranted.. multiplayer is what can increase the replay value and lifespan of a game - and to have such little effort put in it is disappointing - no game since Goldeneye 64 had gotten it right - and I think that's largely due to the fact they need to play catchup with other games' multiplayers.. but it's also a lot of overthinking involved....... playing as faceless soldiers may work fine for those other games - but when i play a Bond multiplayer, i want to play as Bond, or Oddjob, or Jaws, or Scaramanga, or Baron Samedi - not these random blue and red drones..... and wouldn't it be nice to play on levels based off classic locations from Bond films??... like Dr. No's command center... or Fort Knox... or Blofeld's Volcano Lair... Stramburg's Submarine/Boat Base... Drax's Moonraker Space Station (imagine the fun with zero gravity? lol)... imagine the possibilities - but nope, instead we get random tunnels and sewers... what a joke it's become..
P.S. the first time i heard about BAFTA video game award was when it started 2 days (or 1) ago.i tought it was only for movies.what is he award?the mask as movies or something else?
So far the PC gamers have really been pooped on by the Bond games.
i didnt have problem with the game until 1 min. ago. instead it open full screen it opened as window,i can minimize it and close it but can not restore it and play on full screen